Tuesday, April 19, 2011


A Passover favorite and traditional dish, Charoset could easily be served at any time of the year as a sweet appetizer to be eaten with crackers. Try dipping sweet-potato chips or rice chips into it for a party treat any time of year. During Passover, of course, Charoset is eaten with matzah.


4 apples (sweet, not tart)
2 c. chopped walnuts
½ c. sweet red wine (Manischewitz will do the trick nicely and feel free to add a little more to suit your taste)
2 tsp. cinnamon
4 tbsp. honey


Peel, core, and chop the apples into small pieces. Chop the walnuts in a nut chopper. Combine all the ingredients and allow to sit for half an hour (covered) in the refrigerator so that the apples make a little juice.

Ready to serve.

Eat well, be well, live deliciously! (And a Joyous Pesach to all!)

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