How to make it

  • Break matzos in a large bowl and pour hot water over them.
  • After a couple of minutes, pour water off, squeeze surplus water out, add other ingredients and mix well.
  • Place oil in fry pan to heat, add mixture all at once and flatten out into a large cake. You can cut it in the pan while it is cooking, or make small individual ones. I always make individual ones. Per one serving you get maybe 3 cakes.
  • Flip it when it starts getting crusty and I like mine very brown and crispy underneath.
  • Don't worry if you can't flip the whole thing at once, I can't either. Why I make small ones. Like 3 to a pan
  • Cook through until well done but still soft but crunchy.
  • Serve immediately with maple syrup. Or just brown sugar or cinnamon on top, fruit topping, jelly or my favorite Ketchup! lol I KNOW I KNOW...
  • I love this stuff...almost as much as potato pancakes

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    " It was excellent "
    mjcmcook ate it and said...
    I am so happy that I 'Stumbled' onto this recipe!
    Thank-you so much for sharing what I just know to be a "5"FORK!!!!! Winner...!
    My Mother use to cook with Matzah and we children
    really liked it.
    ~~~ mjcmcook ~~~
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  • lor 10 years ago
    I have a similar recipe and we always have Matzah's in the house. I will post the recipe that I have been making for years and it is always a hit! My recipe not sweet but more on the savory side.
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