5 Matzoh Recipes for Passover

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Those crunchy matzoh crackers are more versatile than you think
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Transform those simple Matzo crackers into delicious dishes 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.

For the Chocolate Caramel Matzoh recipe, click here.

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.

For the Easy, No-Bake Chocolate Matzoh Cake recipe, click here.

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.

For the Matzoh Ball Soup With Black Garlic recipe, click here.

Matzoh Brei

Begin Passover with this classic, hearty breakfast dish, which you can make salty or sweet. This traditional comfort food will fill you up and keep you satisfied for the whole morning.

For the Matzoh Brei recipe, click here.

Matzoh Granola        

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.

For the Matzoh Granola recipe, click here.

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