7 Fruit Charoset from Surinam

This was in our local paper at Passover time. I like to taste different charoset and this definitely has a twist. Times are guesstimates.

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1hr 10mins
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  • Place all ingredients, except jam and wine, into a heavy pot.
  • Add water to cover contents by about 2 inches and simmer over low heat, stirring occasionally with wooden spoon.
  • Add water, as needed, so that mixture does not stick to pot.
  • Cook for at least 60 minutes or until ingredients have come together.
  • Stir in cherry jam.
  • Let stand until cool.
  • Add sweet wine to be absorbed by the mixture.
  • Refrigerate until serving.
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"This was in our local paper at Passover time. I like to taste different charoset and this definitely has a twist. Times are guesstimates."
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  1. Sydney Mike
    Used the almonds, dried Fuji apple chunks & substituted some red grape juice for the red wine! We enjoyed this very much & will be making it again ~ I'm looking for a time when I can make it with the wine, but for the moment, it's a non-alcoholic version! [Tagged, made & reviewed in Newest Zaar Tag]
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  2. Sydney Mike
    Used the almonds, dried Fuji apple chunks & substituted some red grape juice for the red wine! We enjoyed this very much & will be making it again ~ I'm looking for a time when I can make it with the wine, but for the moment, it's a non-alcoholic version! [Tagged, made & reviewed in Newest Zaar Tag]
    Reply
  3. Ducky
    This was in our local paper at Passover time. I like to taste different charoset and this definitely has a twist. Times are guesstimates.
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