Recipe Directions

1. Chop apple very finely.

2. Mix all dry ingredients

3. Add the liquids.

4. Serve on crackers or by the spoonful.

K8ee's Thoughts

By k8ee

Well, it being Passover and all, I thought I’d add this delish side dish!

It’s a good dessert after salad too. It symbolizes the mortar used by the Hebrews while enslaved in Egypt.

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very nice... Thank you!

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this sounds really good!! Do you make your own raw grape juice??

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Yum! I LOVE Charoset... I was craving it a few weeks ago. Happy Pesach and thanks for the recipe!

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I did not use raw grape juice...because I needed to make a TON of it and don't own a juicer...so used organic (cooked) stuff from Whole Foods...but if I were just making one recipe...I'd just squish enough grapes to fill a tablespoon...can't be too hard...grapes are pretty juicy :).

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P.S have a great passover! I know I did!!

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this sounds really good!! Do you make your own raw grape juice??

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Yum! I LOVE Charoset... I was craving it a few weeks ago. Happy Pesach and thanks for the recipe!

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How sweet! I made something similar for seder. And it was the hit of the dinner. Happy Pesach.

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very nice... Thank you!

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very nice... Thank you!

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Shabbat Shalom! This sounds yummy.

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How charming, thank you!:-)

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