Cookbook:Charoset Maghrebi

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Maghrebi Charoset is a dried fruit and nut based paste served during the Jewish celebration of Passover by Jews from Northwest Africa.

See also: Cookbook:Charoset

Ingredients[edit | edit source]

Procedure[edit | edit source]

  1. Plump dried fruit in juice.
  2. Mash reconstituted fruit with almond and spices to get a mortar-like texture.
  3. Adjust texture with matsoh meal and if needed, sweeten with honey.
  4. Serve as part of the Seder. The north west African tradition uses bitter greens such as endive rather than horseradish with the Charoseth.