Japanese medlar also called: Japanese marshmallow, Japanese medlar, Japanese grape, nisperos...

We thought it might be some novelty, a genetic cross? It turns out, however, that it was already cultivated in ancient times. The medlar was first mentioned in ancient Chinese literature over 1000 years ago.

Loaf fruits resemble small apples, are very juicy and have a sweet and sour taste. They are a source of vitamin A, vitamin B6, fiber, potassium and magnesium. We eat them raw or in the form of preserves, i.e. jams, jellies, as well as liqueurs, tinctures and wines.

Japanese medlar is a great addition to layered jars, especially for lovers of sweet and sour flavors.

Ingredients for two jars of 250 ml each

10 tablespoons of plain yogurt

3 tablespoons of millet flakes

2 - 3 tablespoons of maple syrup

10 tablespoons cooked quinoa black (quinoa)

6 tablespoons of marshmallow mousse (with about 250 g of whole fruit)

two loaf slices for decoration


In a separate bowl, mix natural yoghurt with millet flakes and maple syrup.

Wash and peel the fruit of the Loaf. After cutting the fruit, get rid of the very large seeds and mix the flesh for a mousse.

We arrange the layers in the jars in the following order:

  • yoghurt with millet flakes and maple syrup
  • boiled black quinoa
  • loaf mousse
  • yogurt with millet flakes and maple syrup < / li>
  • cooked black quinoa
  • a slice of Loaf to garnish

Enjoy your

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