Matzo Stuffing is a great twist on a classic element of any good roast as well as a wonderful way to use up any spare matzo you may have lying around at the end of the week.
Best served with meats such as chicken or turkey, Matzo Stuffing works fantastically as a side for any hearty meal and can also work as a great feature on any Passover table.
Matzo, matza, matzah – whatever you call it, you can’t help but love its crispy, flame-baked goodness. We call it Matzo, with a capital ‘M’, because it’s such an important part of our family.
With Passover creeping ever closer, we thought we’d pay tribute to the mighty Matzo by endowing you with some useful knowledge about the humble cracker.
Matzo ball soup is a Seder classic. We’ve posted a version of this recipe before on the blog, but feel it deserves an encore in the lead-up to Passover. Partly because it’s one of our favourites – but mainly because you can prepare it in advance and save yourself hassle on the day.
Pop along to our kosher for Passover shop to pick up some ingredients.
- 2kg whole...
For a delicious, homely dish this Passover you need look no further than this recipe for Potato Kugel Gratin. Full of simple yet bold flavours, this is sure to provide the hearty fare that everyone at your table has been looking forward to.
125g Rakusen’s Fine Matzo Meal
1.5kg baking potatoes
150ml olive oil