Organic Blueberry Fruit Paste 170gr
Order this delicious organic fruit paste of Blueberry.
Presented in the form of a pavement, it will seduce you
Ingredients: sugar, fruit pulp 51%(blueberry 26%, peach 25%), wheat glucose syrup, jelling agent: pectins, natural aroma of Blueberry. Issued from organic agriculture.
Nutritional information (per 100g): Energy 300 Kcal /1255 kJ; Fat <0.5g of which saturated fatty acid <0.1g; carbohydrates: 74g of which sugars 70g; <0.1g protein; salt 0.04g .
Store in a cool, dry place.
Fruit paste is a confection made from fruit cooked with sugar and possibly pectin. Cast in a mould or cut into squares or rectangles, it was originally a method of preserving the flesh of the fruit, hence the name "dry jam".
The invention of fruit jellies dates back to the 10th century. In the middle of the 15th century, the first mentions of fruit jellies were made. These were made around Clermont-Ferrand and are known in the West as "pâtes d'Auvergne".
The Auvergne region was one of the main fruit paste producing regions in France: manufacturers of Auvergne fruit pastes are obliged to use 67-100% pulp (minimum 2/3 of the pulp used), in accordance with the recipe registered for Auvergne fruit pastes in 1947 by the "Chambre syndicale des Confiseurs, Confituriers et Conserveurs de Fruits d'Auvergne" of that time. Today it has been supplanted by the Vaucluse, which has become the leading manufacturer.
There are many types of fruit jelly, the most common being quince, apricot, apple, citrus, plum, etc. For best quality, it is preferable that the fruit be fresh. It is the sugar that preserves the pureed fruit. During cooking, the mixture should thicken without caramelising. After two or three days of drying, it is removed from the mould or cut into different geometric shapes and rolled in granulated sugar.
La maison du fruit confit based in Apt presents its 170g organic blueberry fruit paste.
In this range you will also find apricot, strawberry and quince in 400g as well as clementine, pear, strawberry, apricot and raspberry.
Whether in the shop or online, don't hesitate to go and order your fruit pastes.