Selection of reasonable, decorative and different styles of Charoset dishes.
Charoset - חֲרֽוֹסֶת
Charoset, Haroset, or Charoses (Hebrew: חֲרֽוֹסֶת [ḥărōset]) is a sweet, dark-colored, chunky paste made of fruits and nuts served primarily during the Passover Seder. Its color and texture are meant to recall the mortar with which the Israelites bonded bricks when they were enslaved in Ancient Egypt as mentioned in Tractate Pesahim of the Talmud. The word Charoset comes from the Hebrew word Cheres.