Charoset Recipes From Around the World
By The Jewish Hostess on April 17, 2011
On the Passover
Seder platter, charoset symbolizes the mortar used by the Israelites in exile to bind bricks while in captivity. Charoset is a sweet, paste-like dish that often features fruit and wine as part of the ingredients, and guests at a seder might spread it on matzoh. There are many different cultural incarnations of charoset, and Marlene of The
Jewish Hostess presents a round-up of six charoset recipes on her blog.
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