Charoset Truffles From Around the World
Hosted By: The Wandering Chew
Charoset is one of the stars of every Passover table. It’s sweet, it’s earthy, it’s full of flavour…and it’s something that we only ever eat on Passover.
Most of us may be familiar with the traditional Ashkenazi charoset of apples, honey, walnuts, cinnamon and Manischewitz, but there’s a whole variety of charosets that you can find on seder tables of Jewish communities from around the world, and many of those communities roll their charoset into balls, not at all unlike truffles!
Join us in making three different kinds of charoset truffles to bring something new to your holiday table and holiday snacking. We’ll be making Date Syrup & Walnut Charoset Truffles from the Jewish-Iraqi community, Cinnamon, Almond, and Rose Charoset Truffles from the Jewish-Morrocan community, and Tropical Charoset Truffles from the Jewish community of Curaçao (one of the oldest active Jewish community in the Americas).
The list of the ingredients you’ll need to cook along with us will be included in your confirmation email.
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