Charoset Recipes From Around the World

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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.

Read the full post and get the recipes at The Jewish Hostess.

Charoset recipe
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