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Ingberlach: A Jewish homemade candy for Passover

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  • Passover gives home cooks an excuse to try their hand at making traditional Jewish candy called ingberlach.

      Passover gives home cooks an excuse to try their hand at making traditional Jewish candy called ingberlach.
    Associated Press

  • Passover gives home cooks an excuse to try their hand at making traditional Jewish candy called ingberlach.

      Passover gives home cooks an excuse to try their hand at making traditional Jewish candy called ingberlach.
    Associated Press

 
By Alison Ladman
Associated Press

Candy making can confound even the most careful home cook. Luckily, Passover gives us an excuse to make a simple candy that is delicious and requires little fuss. And you don't need to celebrate Passover to appreciate it.

Ingberlach is a traditional Jewish candy flavored with ginger and honey. It also can contain nuts and other ingredients and is reminiscent of a sticky, chewy caramel popcorn cluster. For our version, we added crumbled matzo and chopped hazelnuts, as well as a few extra spices. All you do is boil everything for 20 minutes, then pour it onto a baking sheet. Once it is cool enough to handle, break it up and roll it into balls.

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