This popular Spanish cheese accompaniment is made with local quince, according to the Vallés family recipe that has been handed down for generations. That recipe calls for just three ingredients: quince, sugar, and lemon, cooked down into a reddish paste. It is fruity and balanced yet not overly sweet. The firm, gelled texture is perfect for slicing.
No additives or preservatives.
Pair with a wide array of cheeses, use as a glaze, or eat as dessert.
Membrillo, Spain's renowned quince paste, is the ideal accompaniment to Manchego and other Spanish cheeses. Add chorizo, Marcona almonds, and nice bottle of Rioja for an instant “fiesta”.
Product of Spain