Check out these quick and easy recipes to make the most of your matzo.
Smoked Salmon and Matzo Appetizer
This bagel-and-lox-inspired bite can be enjoyed before the Passover Seder or anytime. Matzo topped with cream cheese, salmon, radish, and fresh parsley makes a beautiful addition to any appetizer spread.
Matzo Veggie Lasagna
Sheets of matzo replace noodles in this plant-powered play on lasagna. Frozen spinach adds nutritional bulk to layers of creamy ricotta, tomatoes, and melty mozzarella.
Individual Sweet Matzo Kugels
This sweet spin on traditional kugel is perfectly portioned in ramekins. Apples, cinnamon, and crunchy walnuts baked together with matzo and egg works as side dish, breakfast, or dessert.
Fennel and Orange Salad with Matzo Croutons
This eye-catching salad brings a pop of color to the Seder spread or any meal. Earthy beets, sweet fennel, and tangy citrus are irresistible topped with crunchy pieces of garlic-toasted matzo.
Matzo Brei with Herbs
The classic combo known as matzo brei—scrambled eggs with leftover matzo—is comfort food at its finest. We’ve turned up the flavor volume by adding shallot, fresh dill, and chives.
Dark Chocolate and Hazelnut Toffee Matzo Crunch
This salty, sweet, addictive treat is perfect for Passover and easy enough to make anytime. Homemade toffee-coated matzo topped with chocolate, hazelnuts, and a sprinkle of salt is the best of candy and crackers in one.
Manhattan Matzo Ball Soup
A warming bowl good for the soul just like Bubbeh (aka Grandma) used to make. Our light and airy matzo balls are made with matzo meal (store-bought, or make your own by pulsing matzo in the food processor until coarsely ground) and sparkling seltzer for extra lift.