I know every vegan blog and cookbook on the planet suggests Sweet PotatoKugel as the go-to Pesach dish, but I assure you, while avoiding Kitniyot and appeasing your Ashkenazi and Sephardic friends alike (and maybe Mizrahi too?) can be confusing, this is not your standard Jewish flavor palate, and may hopefully bring some of the bang from your most beloved dishes the rest of the year.
Move over something sweet, there’s a new Charoset חֲרֽוֹסֶת in town! This one is good enough for your Seder service, and good enough to serve for dessert. These raw, delicious, sweet balls are a blend of traditional Ashkenazi, Mizrahi, and Sephardic flavors, and observe the restrictions of each so enjoyable by all!
Makes about 28-30, 1 inch balls Continue reading Raw Truffles- Charoset Passover Dessert