Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Charoset for Passover

At this point, in my life, I have no idea how one is supposed to make charoses(t)(th).  I just know what I do which is probably spot-on but if not, it works beautifully.  I had it as part of my lunch today.   It is not a pretty dish because it is rather brown.  It is composed of apples, nuts, wine and cinnamon.  It tastes like the best dessert although it is not one.


1 teaspoon sweet red wine
1 apple, peeled and choppped small
1/2 cup chopped walnuts
1 1/2 teaspoons cinnamon

Mix all the ingredients in a small bowl. Cover and refrigerator.  Take our for seder or if you like this, make it as a snack.

Linked to Sweet Temptations


  1. Just cause it wasn't a pretty dish doesnt make it one delicious dish! Looks divine!

  2. I made charoset for the seder on Saturday night - and pretty much just winged it. Same ingredients, but I add honey to mine.

  3. Doesn't matter how you call it or how it looks - it's delicious!
    What I like about this dish - the everyone makes it a little or a lot(!) different.
    And I always just loooooooove it - it's sweet and it's delicious


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