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Apples, Baked w/Leftover Charoset (P, KLP)
Source: "The Rosh Hodesh Table (Foods at the New Moon)," by Judith Y. Solomon
Serves: 8

8 apples
6 oz. sweet wine
Leftover charoset (click here for the Charoset Recipes)

Core the apples. If it is your custom to eat only fruit that is peeled, you may do so.

Fill the center of the apple with charoset leftover from the Seder. Place the apples in a baking pan and pour the wine over them. Cover with foil. The apples should be close, but not touching.

Bake at 375°F for 15-20 minutes. Remove the foil and continue to bake until they are soft enough that your fork can pierce them, but not squashy.

Serve hot or cold.

Poster's Notes:
I have been reading a lovely book called THE ROSH HODESH TABLE (Foods at the New Moon) by Judith Y. Solomon. The following recipe is in her chapter for Nisan as a suggestion for using leftover charoset. (There is a footnote indicating an attribution to Rabbi Avraham Blumenkrantz, in "The Laws of Pesach: A Digest.") It sounds like it calls for LOTS of leftovers, though, and that never happens at my house.

Posted by Gypsy/Phyllis Wilson

Nutritional Info Per Serving: N/A