Limited Edition Recipe
Representing the mortar enslaved Hebrews used to build palaces for the pharaoh, Charoset is one of the many symbolic foods eaten during Passover. Charoset is a sweet paste traditionally made with fruits, nuts, and wine and often eaten at a Seder (a traditional Passover dinner).
Charoset is meant to be a sweet balance to some of the other flavors on the Seder plate to honor the Israelites’ emancipation from Egyptian rule. Our Charoset recipe is Sephardic in origin, honoring its roots in the Middle East and Iberian Peninsula. Pair it with some of your other favorite fruits and nuts for a yummy vegan-friendly charcuterie to share.
Here’s the scoop:
What you’ll need to bring to the table: