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Tuesday, March 30, 2010

The Best Matzo Pancakes

Morning all,


So we had the first night of Passover, lots of food and 4 cups of wine (at least).

Back when we were kids, I remember my dad waking up at 5 am the day after the "Seder" to make his wonderful Matzo Pancake.

The minute we smelled the cinnamon sense, all 3 of us would know – It's time to wake up… because Passover has officially begun!


When I had my first Passover away from home, I felt that I was missing something. One call to my Dad that day would resolve this issue.

And now this is my tradition... every Passover morning my kids wake up to the same great feeling of Home.


Even today, when it's just my parents at home, they are still continuing the tradition, and I am sure the neighbors don't complain.



7-8 Matzo sheets

3 cups of water

½ cup sugar

1 tablespoon Cinnamon

3 eggs

Oil for frying



In a large mixing bowl, pour water and let the Matzo sheets soak until they are soft and mushy (they will absorb most of the water)

Once they are soft, strain the water and squeeze the Matzo from the water as much as possible.

Place back in the bowl.


Add the sugar, cinnamon and eggs – mix to combine.

The mix will be sticky and wet.


Heat oil to 350F, once oil is hot, with wet hands form a patty out of the batter and cook 1 min each side (until golden brown)

Place on a paper towel to absorb the oil.

  Sprinkle powder sugar on top and serve hot.




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Nissim said...


Great looking website.

Great recipe ...

Are you doing deliveries?

I wish you all Happy kosher passover.

Anonymous said...

making me hungry reading all these great recipes

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