5 Quinces 4 Cups Sugar 1 Tsp Citric Acid (Or Lemon Juice) PREPARATIONS: 1- Skin the quinces and remove the seeds. 2- Slice the quinces in small cube shapes. DIRECTIONS: 1- Place the sliced quinces in a big pot. 2- Add 4 cups of sugar to the pot. 3- Cover the pot with a lid and keep it in a refrigerator for 24 hours. 4- Remove the pot from the refrigerator and simmer it over low heat for three hours. Note: Keep the pot Covered with a lid all time. 5- Add 1 tsp citric acid (or lemon juice) to the pot and put the lid back on. 6- Turn the heat off and let it cool down for 30 minutes. 7- Keep the jam in the refrigerator.
QUINCE JAM CALORIES & NUTRITION VALUES
Quince jam is a favorite jam among households. Quince is full of antioxidant properties that may reduce the risk of cancer. Quince jam is rich of fiber but since it's tasteless to bite on just like an apple, including it in recipes such as jam is a work around it that people prefer. Quince has various anti-viral properties as well.
nutritional factsServing Size 100g
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