2016 Passover Recipe Charoset

2016 Passover Recipe Charoset

January 10, 2020 | More from Most Popular

2016 Passover Recipe Charoset


This recipe was presented by Rabbi Chaim Lazaroff of Chabad of Houston on April 17, 2016.

Passover begins the evening of April 22 and lasts through the evening of April 30. There will be 8 public seders in Houston and thousands around the world. Find one here.

About Charoset

● Charoset is a sweet, pasty mixture of fruits, nuts and wine.
● It is reminiscent of the bricks and mortar made by the Hebrews when they enslaved by
the Pharaoh in ancient Egypt.
● During the Passover Seder the Charoset is used as a type of relish into which the Maror
(traditional bitter herbs) is dipped before eating.
● This year’s Passover celebrations bring added significance as Jewish communities
worldwide celebrate the year of Hakhel, a once­every­seven­years opportunity to
celebrate Jewish unity and learning.

Ingredients

Chunky Charoset
● 1 apple
● 1 pear
● 1 cup chopped or ground walnuts
● 1/2 cup raisins
● 1∕2 cup sweet red wine
● 1∕4 tsp. cinnamon
● 1∕4 tsp. nutmeg

1. Peel and finely dice the apple and pear.
2. Mix in the ground nuts, raisins, wine and spices.

Nut­Free Charoset
● 1 apple
● 1 pear
● 1 cup desiccated coconut
● 1/2 cup raisins
● 1∕2 cup sweet red wine

1. Peel and finely dice the apple and pear.
2. Mix in the rest of the ingredients

Smooth Charoset
● Use any of these recipes and pulse in a food processor until it reaches a thick paste
consistency.
Refrigerate until serving. Add a little more wine immediately before serving


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