Ashkenazi Charoset

Ashkenazi Charoset created by AcadiaTwo

Entered for safe-keeping for ZWT. From Oukosher.org, by Women's Branch of the Orthodox Union. This is a traditional condiment served at Passover Seder, usually served either on matza or romaine lettuce leaves with a little horseradish paste.

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  • Chop nuts and apples in food processor or blender (or with hand chopper). Put in bowl and stir in cinnamon and enough wine to make a soft mixture.
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"Entered for safe-keeping for ZWT. From Oukosher.org, by Women's Branch of the Orthodox Union. This is a traditional condiment served at Passover Seder, usually served either on matza or romaine lettuce leaves with a little horseradish paste."
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  1. AcadiaTwo
    Ashkenazi Charoset Created by AcadiaTwo
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  2. AcadiaTwo
    Although I'm not Jewish I do go to my in-laws' Seder every Passover and partake in their traditional foods, so when I saw this recipe I was overjoyed! I love Charoset and it never occurred to me to look up the recipe on Zaar. I halved the recipe except for the wine and the cinnamon. I also used cream sherry as my red wine. This recipe is spot on and delicious! Of course I didn't have any romaine lettuce or matzo in the house, however I will pick some up later when I go out! Thanks for posting! Made for Photo Tag 2009.
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  3. KateL
    Entered for safe-keeping for ZWT. From Oukosher.org, by Women's Branch of the Orthodox Union. This is a traditional condiment served at Passover Seder, usually served either on matza or romaine lettuce leaves with a little horseradish paste.
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