VIDEO: How to Make Sephardi Haroset

Think apples and cinnamon is the only way to go? A whole other world of harosets is out there.

Ashkenazi-style haroset made with apples, cinnamon, walnuts, and sweet wine may be the haroset many North American Jews grew up eating. But there is a whole other world of harosets out there, quite literally.

Like so many other Jewish foods, each region where Jews have lived developed their own spin on haroset. Some make it with dates, others with dates and raisins, and even others with apples and dates. The symbolism of the dish is perhaps more important than the actual ingredients, which is why you can really make it any way you like.

But if you are looking to try a different recipe this year, pick your favorite region! I tried out thisĀ Moroccan haroset and my family loved it. Here are a few other recipes for this important (and delicious) Passover dish.

Egyptian haroset

Moroccan haroset

Turkish haroset

Piedmontese hasoet

Italian haroset

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