Recipe: Apple Walnut Charoset — Passover Recipes from The Kitchn

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(Image credit: Lauren Volo)

Passover is not a holiday known for its food. In fact, it’s largely known for the food you can’t eat during it (no leavened or fermented foods; ditto for foods made with wheat, oats, barley, rye, and spelt). And yet, I find myself looking forward to it every year because there is one thing I can’t wait to stuff into my mouth: my mother’s charoset. It’s the world’s simplest recipe (chop stuff up and throw it into a bowl!) but unlike, say, matzo ball soup, which I order often at diners, I don’t get to eat it any other time of year.



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