This aromatic fruit is an integral part of Dalmatian culture. Generations ago the fruit was placed in closets, where it slowly released a light fragrance of apple, pear, vanilla, and citrus, which permeated throughout the house. Among the rarer fruits, when cooked, quince harnesses those delicate flavors and aromas and transforms into deep rosy pink color. This and its prosperous symbolism of love and luck, earns its prominent place in the heart of Dalmatia’s culture.
This and its prosperous symbolism of love and luck, earns its prominent place in the heart of Dalmatia’s culture. Fruit picked in the Mediterranean
Add to homemade applesauce. Try on a panini with Jamón Serrano ham, aged provolone and balsamic.Blue, Brie, Camembert, Idiazabal, Gouda, Mahón, Manchego, Pecorino.Add to bruschetta with blue cheese, sliced apples, and walnuts. Fold into fresh ricotta cheese with crushed pistachios
Try with a sheep’s milk cheese, like Pecorino Romano. Blue, Brie, Camembert, Idiazabal, Gouda, Mahón, Manchego, Pecorino.
Quince, sugar, water, citric acid, lactic acid, fruit pectin, ascorbic acid Made from Mediterranean fruit Product of Croatia.
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