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Charoset Recipe

This fruit, nut and wine mix is eaten during the Seder.

It is meant to remind us of the mortar used by the Jews to build during the period of slavery. It should have a coarse texture. The ingredient quantities listed here are a rough estimate. Eye-ball it! This recipe makes a large quantity, but since it's so delicious, we usually wind up making more before the holiday is over. Other fruits or nuts can be used.

4 Medium Apples, 2 tart and 2 sweet
1/2 cup Finely Chopped Almonds
1/4 cup Dry Wine
1 Tbs. Cinnamon

Shred the apples. Add all other ingredients. Let sit for three to six hours, until the wine is absorbed by the other ingredients.

Serve on matzo. Goes very well with horseradish.

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