Cheese and quince jam salad
14/02/2020 0 ComentariosA tasty and rich in calcium salad which is perfect to accompany other plates. Use a mezclum of fresh buds and wash them up in cold water during several minutes. Drain properly. Prepare some slices of goat rolls previously caramelized. Cut the quince jam into pieces or laminas. Prepare the vinaigrette by mixing up some virgin olive oil with some Modena balsamic vinegar and a bit of iodized salt and pepper. Dress the mezclum with the vinaigrette in a bowl to mix everything up properly. Divide it on the different plates by adding the pieces of quince jam, the walnuts and the roll cheese.
Mussels with light quince jam and aioli
14/02/2020 0 ComentariosToday we want to introduce you a recipe in which we combine mollusk, being in this case a mussel, with light quince jam. This recipe is perfect for dinners, light lunches or even as a starter; besides, the preparation itself is simple and offers a new way to consume the quince. Boil the potato and cut it up into thin slices; you can also grill them at 200ºC until they become crunchy, then season them with some Mandon salt or coarse salt. Clean up the mussels, put them into a steamer in one liter of fish fumet with parsley. Cook them on a low heat and take them away as soon as these...
Grilled quails with quince and mushrooms
09/06/2015 0 ComentariosThis recipe with quince is very simple and easy to prepare. Besides, it includes all the healthy properties of quince, which are being a product rich in fiber, astringent, elimination of uric acid and a decrease in high blood pressure. Clean properly the quails and remove the feathers by burning them. Add some salt and pepper both inside and outside. Preheat the oven at 200ºC, put in the quails with the legs tied together and bake them until they become well browned (15´). Carve them up and keep them in heat. While the quail is still in the oven, we will prepare some sautéed...
22/12/2014 2 Comentarios
A pleasant and simple way to present some cold starters are the pâté or goat cheese toasts and vol-au-vents with quince jelly.
We can use different kinds of pâtés in the preparation of your canapés such as Iberian, champagne, salmon, tuna, fines herbs…by combining them with toasts with San Lorenzo quince jelly or quince jam cut into small pieces or buttered on them as well. Another excellent combination is the homemade quince jelly made of goat cheese, with an exquisite taste and a very soft texture. You can use the goat cheese in pieces or also in jam and buttered. A way to...