March 18, 2013
For those of you planning your menu for Passover, or for anyone looking for a quick appetizer idea, here’s a fun and colorful twist on haroset, a traditional Jewish dish. Haroset is usually a blend of fruit and nuts made during Passover (which starts a week from today). At times chunky, sometimes smooth, it’s often served on matzoh crackers. I replaced the usual apple with beets to rosy things up! It’s a sweet nutty spread, so the radishes on top add a nice bitter balance.
For more Passover menu ideas, check out the Passover Seder we hosted at our cabin in the woods last year.
*All photos and illustration by © Erin Gleeson and originally posted on The Forest Feast.