How to Make Membrillo (Quince Paste) | Easy Recipe Tutorial

Learn how to make quince paste or jam, also known by its Spanish name, membrillo. This video tutorial shows Jordan Winery’s favorite recipe in a few quick steps. View the full recipe and more information on our blog:

2 lemons, halved
12 pineapple quince
4½ pounds sugar
¼ cup lemon juice

Fill a non-reactive bowl with water and acidulate it with the lemon halves. Rinse off quince and pat dry, then peel and core. Place them in the lemon water.

Remove quince from the water, slice, and toss to combine with the sugar. Transfer the fruit and sugar to a heavy bottomed rondeau pot and cook over medium heat, stirring occasionally to prevent scorching. Cook for 2-2 ½ hours until the quince has softened and taken on a beautiful deep color. Stir in the lemon juice and cook for another 10 minutes.

Line a baking pan with plastic wrap and pack the quince paste into the form with a silicone spatula.

Allow the membrillo to cool completely, portion into blocks and wrap tightly in plastic wrap.

Membrillo may be stored refrigerated for up to three months safely.

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