Charoset is so delicious, it should be eaten year-round and not just at the Passover Seder.
From the new cookbook, “The Seven Fruits of the Land of Israel,” this delicious protein-rich spread is a great starter for shabbat or a Tu B’Shvat seder.
2 cups granulated sugar
1 cup butter (or margarine for pareve)
Sweet, crunchy roasted walnuts are the perfect accompaniment to everything from breakfast yogurt to salads, cheese platters, and creamy root vegetable soups.
This soup isn’t overly rich and is hearty enough for a main course, with a salad or a green vegetable. To cut the time, use a food processor to slice the mushrooms.