Pâte de Coing 300 g San Lorenzo

SKU: 214200 | San Lorenzo

Le coing est un fruit natif de la Méditerranée, qui était fort apprécié par les Grecs anciens et les Romains, et est toujours adoré par nombre de cultures. Il s'agit d'un fruit difficile à préparer, car il doit être poché ou cuit avant d'être utilisé. La Pâte de Coing est un accompagnement superbe aux fromages et aux craquelins. Elle peut aussi être servie au déjeuner en remplacement de la confiture. Elle est délicieuse dans les pâtisseries, et peut être ajoutée à une sauce à la viande pour une saveur exotique parfaite avec le porc.

Origin: Espagne
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    Nutrition Facts
    Serving Size (g/mL) 30 g
    Serving Size Consumer Friendly 1 inch cube
    Amount % Daily Value*
    Calories 90
    Fat Total 0 g
    Fat Total Daily Percentage 0%
    Saturated Total 0 g
    Saturated Fat Daily Percentage 0%
    Trans Fat 0 g
    Cholesterol 0 mg
    Sodium 0 mg
    Sodium Daily Percentage 0%
    Carbohydrate 21 g
    Carbohydrate Daily Value Percent 7%
    Fibre 1 g
    Fibre Daily Value Percent 4%
    Sugar 21 g
    Protein 0 g
    Vitamin A 0%
    Vitamin C 0%
    Calcium 0%
    Iron 0%


    Coings (140g de fruits pour 100g de produit fini), sucre, acide citrique ou jus de citron. SANS GLUTEN. SANS ALLERGÈNES. SANS-OGM.



    • DULCE DE MEMBRILLO – A sweet, sticky, very thick jelly made from the fruit of the quince tree, with a sweet flavor tinged with a bit of sharpness. It is similar to guava paste in both appearance and taste. In English, it is known as either quince paste or quince cheese.
    • ANCIENT FRUIT – Quince is a fruit native to the Mediterranean, was much loved by the ancient Greeks and Romans, and is still enjoyed today by many cultures worldwide. It is not an easy fruit to prepare, as it needs to be poached or cooked before it can be used in recipes.
    • A DELICIOUS TREAT – Some see quince paste as a light dessert, others see it as a snack, but everyone agrees it’s delicious! Quince paste is a wonderful accompaniment to cheese and crackers. You can also serve it for breakfast in place of jam.
    • PREMIUM PRODUCT FROM SPAIN – Homes throughout Spain enjoy the versatility of this particularly unique preserve: Membrillo or Quince paste. Fruit and cane sugar converge in a semi-firm jelly texture characterized by its tanginess.
    • OTHER USES – Quince paste is delicious as a filling in baked goods and can be swirled into a meat sauce to add good exotic fruit flavour for meats like roast pork.

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