Nuts and Dried Fruit make a delicious charoset, a traditional Passover dish symbolizing the mortar* that is a quick and easy recipe that goes on the seder plate.
Usually, I make my charoset with an organic apple, dried fruit such as dates and nuts like almonds. Since I was out of apples and did not want to go to the store to shop, I created a new recipe variation with almonds, dates, dried apricots and a touch of cinnamon. Delicious!
The following morning, I added some charoset as one of my toppings for my breakfast bowl on top of yogurt. Along side cacao nibs, and chia seeds, you can see it from the photo above!
Like many of my friends, we wonder why we do not make charoset more often during the year.
You might also check out this video for my original charoset recipe. Feel free to improvise and create your own variation with different dried fruits, nuts with or without an apple.
Here is a TV appearance I did back in 2014 with quick and easy recipes for Passover. Please watch and enjoy!
Happy Passover and Happy Spring Everyone! Once you see how quick and easy it is to make your own grated horseradish and charoset, the nut and dried fruit dish that is part of the Seder plate, I hope you will make your own.
½ cup almonds
½ cup dates or dried apricots
1 grated and peeled whole apple, about 1 cup
Pinch of cinnamon
2 Tbsp wine, optional
Put all the ingredients in a food processor; puree; taste and adjust the seasoning
Some of my other favorite recipes with almonds that I like to make for Passover include my original recipes for Apricot Almond Thumbprint Cookies, and these 2 recipes that I developed for Equal Exchange Chocolate Almond Nutty Bars, Chocolate Chip Chevre Pie
Recipe Copyright © 2014 Leslie Cerier. All Rights Reserved.