Collection of Charoset Recipes for Passover

Happy Passover! We found a pretty nice collection of international recipes to put a spin on one of the essential elements of Passover Seder dinner: Charoset. Charoset is a paste made from fruit (often figs or apples), nuts, wine and honey. The exact content of charoset varies by region and tradition, for example, this Syrian version of charoset includes apricots!  Beyond switching up the ingredients, there are a million ways charoset can be altered and dressed up. Elana’s Pantry has a classic version of charoset with apples and walnuts (as depicted below), or check out these unique recipes for Afghan, Indian, Persian and Yemeni varieties. For something even more outside of the box, how about some Sephardic charoset truffles.


Charoset By Elana’s Pantry


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