Yemenite Haroset

 
Yemenite Haroset

March 12th 2011By joyofkosher

 

Traditional Ashkenazi Haroset

 
Traditional Ashkenazi Haroset

March 12th 2011By joyofkosher

 

Sephardic Charoset

 

April 12th 2011By bethanyshondark

Great sweet charoset for your Passover table.

 

Persian Haroset

 
Persian Haroset

March 12th 2011By joyofkosher

 

Orange Ginger Charoset

 
orange ginger charoset (1)

March 23rd 2015By Aviva Kanoff

Charoset is one of more popular and tasty symbolic foods on the Passover Seder Plate. It is a sweet, dark-colored paste made of fruits and nuts meant to mask some of the bitterness of the horseradish. The word "charoset" comes from the Hebrew word cheres, meaning clay. It’s color and texture are meant to recall mortar which the Israelites used when they were enslaved in Egypt. Like pretty much everything in Judaism, there are lots of different traditions depending on what part of the world one is from. Traditionally, the recipe calls for apples, nuts and wine. I personally like to stay true to traditions while simultaneously playing with new ingredients to keep things fresh and fun. The following recipe for charoset does just that! The recipe calls for apples, nuts and wine, keeping with tradition, but also incorporates, orange, ginger and mint to keep things new and exciting! Have fun and experiment this year! Wishing you all a Chag Kasher V’Sameach!

 

Moroccan Haroset

 
Moroccan Haroset

March 12th 2011By joyofkosher

 

Italian Haroset

 
Italian Haroset

March 12th 2011By joyofkosher

 

Haroset with Pistachios and Pepper

 
haroset

April 17th 2011By Ronnie Fein

 

Egyptian Haroset

 
Egyptian Haroset

March 12th 2011By joyofkosher