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This pie is absolutely amazing! Although I made some modifications. I used quince with apples and I had more apples thah quince. I seemed 1/2 cup honey and 3/4 cup in the sauce would be very sweet so I used only 1/4 cup brown sugar in the sauce and it was enough. When I added the sugar mixture to the reserved quince liquid the sauce became too thick so I needed to add more water. I m sure this pie will be amazing not only with quince but with apples or pears.
Really very nice but time consuming. I only had three quinces so I cooked those up and then while they were cooking topped them up with apple. I only used about a third of a cup of demera sugar in the sauce because the recipe looked a bit sweet and it was beautiful. Worth the time it took to make! Next time I plan to make 2 and freeze one to save time. Would thoroughly recommend!!!
This very nice pie is brimming with fruit. As the recipe description states the quince has a floral essence that reminds me of rose water. I followed the recipe exactly and it was perfect. Thanks for sharing.
Absolutely delicious! I hadn't even heard of quince until a few days ago. I doubled the recipe and actually had enough sauce for 2 deep dish pies. I used Pillsbury pie crust and rubbed melted butter onto the top of the pie and generously sprinkled white sugar on it as well. The bake time was less for me was ready about halfway through the 45 minute time. I highly recommend this recipe! Sweet/tart yumminess!
I did the recipe just as instructed but found it was too sweet for my taste so next time I'll cut the sugar by half. I'd like to try brown sugar instead of white too. The amount of liquid was fine but if reducing the sugar it would be best to add a bit more water when the quince are cooking. Great pie! we all loved it!
WAY too much honey. I didn't even use a 1/2 cup because it seemed a bit much and it still came out tasting more like a honey pie. Vanilla ice cream helped temper it and otherwise was good. You may only need 1 or 2 tbsp tops.
A delicious pie that was very easy to make. I had 4 large quinces given to me from a friend's farm and decided to use them on this recipe. The 4 peeled and sliced quinces probably only made up 2 pounds word but it was plenty for a shallow dish. I also used an organic honey that was pretty intense flavor-wise so next time I'll probably use a little less or go for a honey with a more mellow fragrance... Gobbled.
I found this pie extremely tart. In fact my husband and father in law who both eat quince raw had a hard time eating this pie when made according to the recipe. I will attempt to make it again but will do so with some major modifications - adding sugar and spices to the liquid used to cook the quince and cooking them for a bit longer to make them sweeter prior to baking the pie.
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