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Grandma Evelyn's Matzoh Brei (matzoh French Toast)
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Grandma Evelyn's Matzoh Brei (matzoh French Toast)

Grandma Evelyn's Matzoh Brei (matzoh French Toast)

Serves 4 -

Ingredients

  • 1 – 1 1/2 cups Matzoh Meal
  • 2 eggs
  • A Pinch of salt
  • About 1/2 cup or so of milk
  • 3-4 pieces of Matzoh

Directions

  1. Put matzoh meal into a shallow dish, like a baking dish
  2. Add the eggs, salt and milk (a little at a time)
  3. Mix well and continue adding milk until it becomes the consistency of a batter
  4. Break up matzoh into relatively the same size 4”x3” pieces
  5. Dip in the batter stirring to coat both sides
  6. Add about 1/4 of oil across the bottom of a heavy bottomed skillet and preheat to medium-high
  7. Place the coated matzoh pieces in stacks of two (one on top of the other like a sandwich in the pan and cook until browned on each side
  8. Serve with jelly or applesauce AND sour cream
Grandma Evelyn's Matzoh Brei (matzoh French Toast)

Grandma Evelyn's Matzoh Brei (matzoh French Toast)

Serves 4 -

Ingredients

  • 1 – 1 1/2 cups Matzoh Meal
  • 2 eggs
  • A Pinch of salt
  • About 1/2 cup or so of milk
  • 3-4 pieces of Matzoh

Directions

  1. Put matzoh meal into a shallow dish, like a baking dish
  2. Add the eggs, salt and milk (a little at a time)
  3. Mix well and continue adding milk until it becomes the consistency of a batter
  4. Break up matzoh into relatively the same size 4”x3” pieces
  5. Dip in the batter stirring to coat both sides
  6. Add about 1/4 of oil across the bottom of a heavy bottomed skillet and preheat to medium-high
  7. Place the coated matzoh pieces in stacks of two (one on top of the other like a sandwich in the pan and cook until browned on each side
  8. Serve with jelly or applesauce AND sour cream