Charoset for passover
You can make charoset in a lot of different ways. Traditionally it is made into a spread but you can definitely cut the apples large and serve more like a loose salsa or relish.
A lot of recipe use raw apples but i like to roast mine first to develop more flavor and i also cook my wine down for the same reason. This 2 steps are totally optional. If you don't have silan
2 granny Smith apples, peel and diced
2 Fuji apples, peeled and diced
1 cup Pecans, crushed in food processor
1/2 cup Pistachios, crushed in food processor
1 cup pitted dates cut in rings
1/4 cup brown sugar
pinch of salt
1 cup sweet kosher wine such as Maniscewitz or Kedem
2 tsp smoked cinnamon , can use regular cinnamon instead
1 cup silan (date syrup) you can use honey , maple syrup or just more sugar
in a hot saute pan add the apple with a bit of oil and cook for a couple mins till tender and lightly caramelized.
add the wine and let it cooked till almost evaporated .
in a food processor combine the rest of ingredients till a spread like consistency .
at this point you can add more silan if need