Matzo for Passover

Ten creative matzah recipes

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Matzah scallion pancakes. Recipe: whatjewwannaeat.com/matzah-scallion-pancakes/
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Matzah chocolate and walnut torte. Recipe: www.kveller.com/activities/food/passed-down-passover-recipes.shtml
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A plain piece of matzah is, well, pretty plain. The most interesting thing about it (other than it’s religious and cultural significance) is that it looks like a giant cracker, which is about as interesting as being the world’s slowest snail.

But what if you threw the world’s tiniest jet pack on the world’s slowest snail, making it faster than the world’s quickest cheetah? That would be like taking bland matzah and bestowing it with an unexpected explosion of flavor!

Punch up your family’s palates this Passover with a little matzah madness.

Above, see our slide show of ten matzah recipes you use this Passover.

Also check out our Jewish soul food Pinterest page!

Posted 12:00 am, April 15, 2014
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