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from NY, USA (sweetened apple/nut condiment) 1 1/2 lbs (half of 3 lb bag) sweet crisp apples, peeled juice from a fresh lemon 1 cup walnuts 1 cup honey or to taste cinnamon to taste dash salt dash nutmeg small amount sweet red wine to taste Additions: Use some or all in desired amounts 1/2 jar chopped, drained maraschino cherries 1/2 cup Each dark and gold raisins chopped pitted dates chopped softened dried fruits such as apricots, papaya, cherries etc. chopped softened candied pineapple 1 naval orange, peeled ,segmented and chopped This dish is typically used for Passover but can be prepared any time of the year. It makes a nice condiment to accompany poultry, beef and lamb etc. I always get requests for this recipe when I prepare it with a variety of fruits. In food processor ( or by hand ) separately chop ( fine chop but not pureed ! ) the nuts, apples, and desired fruits. In a large bowl combine the apples, nuts, lemon juice ( and additional fruits in amounts you like ( I use about several Tbs. of different kinds I like ). Moisten with a few Tbs wine, sweeten with honey and cinnamon to taste. Cover and chill the mixture several hours to blend flavors. Stir before using. This make a large bowl ( 2 qt casserole ) and the recipe may be decreased as desired.

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ethnicity: eastern european
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(posted April 11, 2001)

from NY, USA

(sweetened
apple/nut condiment)

1 1/2 lbs (half of 3 lb bag)
sweet crisp apples, peeled
juice from a fresh
lemon
1 cup walnuts
1 cup
honey or to taste
cinnamon to taste
dash salt
dash nutmeg
small amount
sweet red
wine to taste

Additions: Use some or all in desired amounts
1/2 jar chopped, drained maraschino cherries
1/2 cup Each dark and gold raisins
chopped pitted dates
chopped softened dried fruits such as apricots,
papaya, cherries etc.
chopped softened candied
pineapple
1 naval
orange, peeled ,segmented and chopped

This dish is typically used for Passover but can be prepared any time of the year. It makes a nice
condiment to accompany poultry, beef and lamb etc. I always get requests for this recipe when I prepare it with a variety of fruits.

In
food processor ( or by hand ) separately chop ( fine chop but not pureed ! ) the nuts, apples, and desired fruits. In a large bowl combine the apples, nuts, lemon juice ( and additional fruits in amounts you like ( I use about several Tbs. of different kinds I like ). Moisten with a few Tbs
wine, sweeten with honey and cinnamon to taste. Cover and chill the mixture several hours to blend flavors. Stir before using. This make a large bowl ( 2 qt casserole ) and the recipe may be decreased as desired.



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