Membrillo is a typical dessert eaten in Spain, although it is also served with toast at the breakfast table. Crema de Membrillo is a sweet, very dense jelly made from the fruit of the quince tree. It is normally cut into thin slices and spread over plain toast or Idiazabal cheese, to have a salty contrast to the sweetness of the membrillo.
Crema de membrillo, elaborado artesanalmente, ideal para tomar en el desayuno o para acompañar un buen queso.
This espelette pepper gelée is made with the flesh of the espelette pepper cooked with sugar and pectin to make it a light jelly. It has the texture and taste of a sweet fruit jelly. The final notes are spicy and fruity - very characteristic of the Basque espelette pepper and...
Jam made with apples from Girona, a recognized designation of origin. The apples have a mellow taste, making them ideal for a very versatile jam, which makes a great variety of dishes delicious. A delicate jam that pairs with Ricotta cheese, with sheep's milk cured cheese, or for sweetening a Golden...