During Passover, the absence of leaveners forces many of us to get creative with our matzoh. It becomes balls, or brei, or the base of a PB&J. Instead of resenting matzoh's (strangely satisfying) blandness, we like to think of it as a blank canvas, pushing us to try new things. Which leads us to this week's question:
What's your favorite way to eat matzoh?
Are you (like us) a brei fanatic? A soup purist? Or do you go crazy with your toppings?
Marian: PB&J for breakfast, brei for dinner.
Merrill: Straight up, with a thin layer of butter and a sprinkle of salt.
Amanda: With butter and coarse salt!
Merrill: More proof that Amanda and I are actually the same person!
Brette: Broken up into little pieces and made soggy in chicken soup.
Sarah: Covered in caramel and chocolate, of course.
Will: 50/50 split between Matzoh Brei and chopped liver.
Maddy: PB&J all the way.
Jason: Matzoh Ball Soup!
Bryce: I'm on the butter and salt train, too.
Michael: Matzoh pizza was a childhood staple. Brei is best; I like it with caramelized onions for dinner and maple syrup for breakfast. Kugel's great too.
Lauren: Savory kugel all the way.
Stephanie: Matzoh brei! Ever since I tested it, I've been eating it almost everyday.
How do you take your matzoh? Tell us in the comments!