Homemade Quince Paste
This sweet is made with the best ingredients and following an entirely artisanal process in Cádiz by our friend Lola, who owns a country house with hundreds of different fruit trees. She really wants to keep all the process as traditional as possible, so she selects every piece of fruit that goes into the jar, peels it off and takes out the pulp and then cooks it as your grandmother would.
This quince paste is cooked in autumn, only with quinces from her garden and some sugar. It has a really creamy consistency, not as thick as other pastes, and it's kinda sweet and sour, which makes it perfect to pair with cheese or just spread on some cookies.
Net weight: 225 g