Quince fruit paste from Michoacan 250g


Quince fruit paste from Michoacan 250g 


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Até is a typical sweet from Mexican gastronomy. It can be described as a sweet, thick, jelly or paste, made ​​from the pulp of quinces or other fruits. In English it is referred as “quince cheese” or “quince paste”. Like many Mexican dishes, it has its origin in Spain. In fact the quince tree is from Spain and arrived to Mexico during the colonization. The warm weather of some Mexican states, was the perfect environment for the quince tree to grow very well. 

Ich kenne es als Marmelade. In Spanien gibt es solche aus Orangen. Das ist etwas ziemlich Mexikanisches.
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