Beh (Persian Quince Jam) 220g
Made and sold by: Anzali
Country of Origin: Iran
The Ugly Fruit, with Heavenly Scent & Hidden Charm
Quince jam is part of the typical Persian breakfast in Iran. It includes freshly baked warm bread (barbari, taftoon or sangak) straight out of the tanoor (clay oven), freshly brewed hot chai tea, sarshir (breakfast cream), panir (cheese) butter and honey.
Among many different kinds of jams, quince jam adds colour, flavour and aroma to our busy breakfast table that simply melts in the mouth.
Quince is one of the most underused and understated fruits. Often made into a jelly or chutney, the truly perfect use of this beautiful fruit is in the form of a preserve. The aroma that this jam produces will make you want to wake up extra early for breakfast and make any excuse for afternoon tea.
Produced by: Anzali
Serve on warm bread with clotted cream or butter.
Once opened consume within two weeks. Keep refrigerated.
Sold by: Anzali
Quince, Water, Brown Sugar, Cardamom
|Typical value||Per serving (248g)||Per 100g|
|Energy Content (kj)||731||294|
|Energy Content (kcal)||171||69|
|- of which saturates (g)||0.1||0.1|
|- of which sugars (g)||47||19|
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