5 Matzoh Recipes for Passover
As a result of limitations surrounding which foods and ingredients are and are not allowed over Passover, matzoh has become a staple ingredient. These simple crackers are transformed into dumplings, can be used as a crust on fish, are cooked with eggs for a hearty breakfast, and can be doused in chocolate and caramel for a decadent dessert. Make sure you don’t miss out on any of these five delicious, matzoh-based recipes this Passover.
Chocolate Caramel Matzoh
They may be rather bland on their own, but matzohs are the perfect base for creating a decadent sweet treat. Use them as a cookie-style base, to be covered in a golden caramel and bittersweet chocolate. You won’t be able to stop nibbling on this tasty snack.
Easy, No-Bake Chocolate Matzoh Cake Recipe
This no-bake chocolate matzoh cake is the perfect family baking activity: Get the kids involved when you make this super simple three-ingredient layer cake. Just because there’s a Passover restriction on leavening agents doesn’t mean you have to stop baking.
Matzoh Ball Soup With Black Garlic
This South-East Asian take on the classic matzo ball soup will add a new flavor dimension to your Passover meal. Using black garlic in the broth adds a deep, rich, almost sweet flavor, which matches the comforting matzo balls.
We doubt that you’ve come across matzoh granola before. This nutty, crunchy granola uses pieces of matzoh as a base, and is delicious when served with yogurt and fresh fruit for breakfast every morning, whether it’s Passover or not.
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