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1 pound of shelled walnuts4 good sized apples, peeled, cored and sliced into chunksa bottle of purple concord grape wine (or grape juice)trowel (optional)
Throw two good-sized handfuls of walnuts in a food processor and pulse (with the steel blade or on the “chop” setting) until it starts to get thick and crumbly. Throw in a handful of apple chunks and continue to pulse. Keep adding walnuts and apples, and occasionally pour in little bits of wine to keep the whole mixture a bit moist and smooth. Scrape into a bowl and serve with a trowel-shaped server. This makes about 5 cups, enough for at least one really large seder with some left over for a smaller seder the next night. Karla Hailer-Fidelman is a columnist for the Newton TAB and Jewish.com. She learned the hard way that you need a light touch to chop nuts in the food processor.
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