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Catholic Recipe: Haroset

Also Called: Horoseth; Charoses; Haroset

Haroset is one of the foods served at a traditional Passover. The chopped apples with other flavorings represent the bricks and mortar the Jews carried in slave labor for the Pharoah.

DIRECTIONS

Combine ingredients. This recipe can be increased to serve any number; it should serve 4 to 6 people.

Recipe Source: Origin of the "Twelve Days of Christmas": An Underground Catechism by Fr. Hal Stockert, 1995
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