Learn how to make charosets - the traditional Passover spread made from fruits and nuts - for seder.
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Sheilah Kaufman: Hi! I’m Sheilah Kaufman and I’m here to walk you through a traditional Seder. And now we’re going to make Charosets which is a symbol of mortar and the bricks that the Jews use to build the cities, the historic cities for Well the hardest part is chopping for apples, I used two delicious apples and two which I peeled and cord and chopped crossly and then we’re going to add a half of cup of chopped walnuts. And I’m just going to stir that around for we add the final two ingredients, we’re going to put in about teaspoon in half of cinnamon and again I’m going to stir it around. And then we’re going to add between a quarter cups and about a half of cup of good Concord grape wine or whatever wine you prefer. And we want to trying drizzles some on everything and again we want to wet everything and if you decide you want more wine just add it. Charosets is very different from which is made from apricots and dates and figs and nuts sometimes honey, bananas and that’s it. Putting it in your bowl and it’s ready to go. That’s it Charosets is finish, very easy, very little mess and now we’re going to show you how to make stuffing for turkey, chicken or turkey breast.