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Murta con membrillo

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Murta con membrillo

Murta con membrillo
Course Dessert
Place of origin Chile
Main ingredients Quince, Chilean guava berries, sugar
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Murta con membrillo (English: Chilean guava (Ugni molinae) with quince) is a typical dessert from southern Chile where the Chilean guava shrub is common. It is made by boiling the quince and the Chilean guava berries together with sugar.

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