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Charlie's Quince Jelly

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1 jar(s)

Quince cooking

  • 1000 grams quinces, unpeeled roughly chopped
  • 600 grams water


  • 1 --- nut bag or muslin cloth, Or Enjo wash bag
  • 1 --- Large bowl, or Pan

Making Jelly

  • dripped Quince juice, 300-500ml
  • raw sugar, Same qty as Quince Juice

Recipe's preparation

    Quince Cooking
  1. Wash and roughly chop 1kg quinces, weigh into TM bowl and 

    6 Sec/ speed 6. Repeat and use spatula to move quinces onto blades until resembles pulp.


  2. Add 600 grams Water to TM Bowl, cook 45 mins/ 100c/ speed 1.

  3. Draining of Quince Juice
  4. Pour into Bag Muslin cloth or enjo wash bag and then hang and let drip into bowl for at least 5 hours (preferably overnight) . DO NOT squeeze bag otherwise your jelly will be cloudy. The juice will look milky and won't be clear at this point. 

  5. Making Jelly
  6. Weigh dripped Quince Juice back into TM Bowl. Add same amount of Raw Sugar (between 300-600 Grams).

    Cook 45 minutes/ 100c/ speed 1

    Check for setting, add another 20-30 minutes and if necessary increase temp to Varoma (use basket on top of lid to prevent splattering).

    Pour into sterilised Jar and seal.


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  • Delicious recipe and so easy

    Submitted by Carol Millington on 13. June 2016 - 20:09.

    Delicious recipe and so easy to make

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  • Perfect texture, beautiful

    Submitted by Ann at the seaside on 18. April 2016 - 09:24.

    Perfect texture, beautiful colour and delicious. Thoroughly recommend.

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  • hi was just wondering if you

    Submitted by nan@thefarm on 7. March 2016 - 13:46.

    hi was just wondering if you have made quincejelly with sugar replacement for diabetics tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Fantastic!  Made delicious

    Submitted by Tanya1970 on 28. May 2015 - 22:46.

    Fantastic!  Made delicious quince jelly and was so easy.  Has knocked the Beerenberg Quince Jelly out of the park.  Will be making my own from now on!

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