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Comment by Kali on May 22, 2010 at 10:07pm
HI Megan, if I was on ,masterchef I would be so fired right now! my oven runs quite hot, and I turned them down but then thought i should follow your directions and turned them up again, only to leave them too long! they ended up pretty dark and the kids did some taffy pulling on the 'syrup'! taffy quinces the fruit inside was nice, sorry I didn't do them justice, I did make some jelly and a nice crumble with quince and apple. thanks again for sending them.
thanks again for sending them, it was a culinary adventure.
Comment by Kali on May 22, 2010 at 7:02pm
goodie, no peeling then, I'll let you know how they turn out, the jelly worked fine...
Comment by Megan on May 22, 2010 at 6:11pm
ps if you do decide to peel, add the peel to the syrup with the pips and core and strain out after.
Comment by Megan on May 22, 2010 at 6:09pm
hello Kali, no need to peel, just make sure all the fluff has been washed off. I use a very sharp small paring knife to remove the core but be very very careful! I add the pips to the syrup. It's much easier to take the core and pips out when you eat them, hope that you have lots of plain greek yoghurt and/or icecream to serve with them...
Comment by Kali on May 22, 2010 at 5:55pm
megan i am not sure whether to peel the quinces first or not and how did you remove the cores? we have the syrup on, hope you can answer soon otherwise I will leave them unpeeled and see what happens lol
Comment by Kali on April 29, 2010 at 12:52pm
genius! well my tree is a young-un, we bought it this year in a sale, it is grafted with both quince and pear. i do have another quince tree that was a little seedling when I got it several years ago, that has not shown any sign of blossoming or fruiting to date.
Comment by Megan on April 28, 2010 at 9:16pm
I've free flow frozen these so if you are over this way, you can take a few back with you! They end up in slices and cakes and/or combined with apples in pies and crumbles. Heated up with extra syrup and a dollop of plain yoghurt is yummy too... :) How old is your tree?
Comment by Kali on April 28, 2010 at 7:42pm
I bet that smells and tastes fabulous. I had two quince at one stage but they fell off before properly ripe, I am not sure if birds pecked at them or what,maybe next year

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