Quince Jam Recipe: How to Make Quince Jam

Quince is the healty and delicious fruit of autumn. Whenever it appears in supermarkets, it also appears in breakfast tables. Quince is full of health benefits with its sour taste. It is recommended to consume cooked for especially for lung, throat, intestine, stomach, heart and mouth related health issues.

Today we are going to teach you how to make quince jam which is very good for chest diseases. Here are the ingredients and step-by-step instructions for a great Turkish quince jam recipe. You too can varify your pantry with this wonderful authentic recipe.

How to Make Quince Jam

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  • 2 kg of quince
  • 2 kg of granulated sugar
  • 1/3 teaspoon of citric acid
  • 15-20 pieces of quince seeds

Step-by-Step Instuctions for Homemade Quince Jam

1- First of all wash the quinces

2- Peel the washed quinces.

3- Then quarter and core the quinces one by one.

4- Cut the quinces into 1 cm wide pieces.

5- Transfer them in a colander.

6- Wash thoroghly until all clean.

7- Now we are ready to boil the quinces. For that transfer them in a pot.

8- Add enough water just to cover the quinces.

9-Close the lid and put on the stoveop.

10- Bring to a boil and simmer for about 30 minutes.

11- And then drain the boiled quinces.

12- Now we are ready to cook our jam. For that add 2,5 cups of quince broth, 2,5 cups of water and 2 kg of granulated sugar in a pot.

13- Add the boiled quinces and then the quince seeds.

14- Put on the stovetop and bring to a boil.

15- Boil over high heat for about 15 minutes.

16- Then bring to low heat and boil for around 2 hours over low-heat.

17- Then add 1/3 teaspoon of citric acid and mix.

18- Now we are ready to make “the scratch test”. Put one tablespoon of jam on a flat plate. Make a scratch with the end of spoon. If the scratch does not close instantly, then the quince jam is cooked and ready to serve.

19- Transfer into suitable mason jars and take away to your pantry.

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