Monday, April 6, 2020

Getting Ready for Passover - Make Charoset!

Charoset is one of the traditional foods served at seder. It represents the bricks the Hebrew slaves were forced to make in Egypt.

In Ashkenazi communities, it's usually made with apples, nuts, and spices. In Sephardic communities, it's usually made with dried fruits.

This is super easy to make with children. Have fun!
  • Peel and chop three red apples
  • Chop a handful of walnuts
  • Add ½ tsp. ginger, ½ tsp. cinnamon, 1 ½ T sugar
  • Add 3 T grape juice
Mix well and refrigerate for a hour or two before eating.

Eat for breakfast all week with matzah and cream cheese. B'tayavon!

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