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Charoset is one of the many symbolic foods eaten during a traditional Jewish Seder dinner during Passover. It is made to symbolize the mortar and clay used to build bricks. It should be sweet to balance other bitter flavors on the Seder plate. This style of Charoset is Sephardic in origin, honoring its roots in the Middle East and Iberian Peninsula.
What’s in your kit?
Dates, Dried Apricots, Pistachios, Almonds, Golden Raisins, Honey, Granulated Sugar, Cinnamon, Shredded Coconut.
Serving size: 24-30 Truffles
Cook time: 45 min
Difficulty level: Easy
Bāke within: 4 Weeks
You will need:
Sharp knife, cutting board, spoon, potato masher, large and small mixing bowl, and baking sheet lined with foil or parchment paper
Optional but recommended: Food processor
*Please note this recipe contains tree nuts.
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