Our Southern contribution adds figs to the classic sweet apple-and-nut mixture that symbolizes mortar for the bricks the Jews made in Egypt.
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We've used this recipe for our Seder dinner the last 3 years and it's always a big hit! Would recommend making it a day or two before for the flavors to meld a bit, but is also good same day.
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