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  1. Bernadette

    This is a super simple recipe that always gives great results. I am experimenting with substituting two cups of grated carrot for two cups of the quince. I might add a touch of ginger.


  2. Melisse

    My lemons weren’t overlarge, but it tastes more like lemon marmalade than quince jam. I’ve been hanging out for 30 years for quince jam. So disappointed.


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  3. JON FP

    Second time I have made this soo easy to make. The first batch family couldn’t get enough of . Definitely more like marmalade. Will do the same again next year. Used to make a tart with apples also. Thanks for sharing this recipe.


  4. John LaFleur

    I’ve been making this jam from my cooke’s jumbo quince tree for about three years now. It is my favorite jam to make, plus you don’t have to add pectin. I just purchased three more quince trees this year 1 Van Deman, 1 Smyrna & 1 Pineapple


  5. Alison

    The farmer next door to our property gave us 2 baskets of quinces last week so I thought I’d try your jam recipe as it looked really simple. I used a food processor to grate the quinces so prepping was really easy and quick and the result was excellent, the recipe made 4 1/2 500g jars and the jam is delicious. I’m giving my near neighbours some of the quinces and will be passing on the recipe to them. I live in france and have tried making quince jelly/jam before and its never been as easy with such good results.


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