Recipe: Simple Matzo Brei
Matzois a cracker like unleavened bread made of white plain flour and water.
The dough is pricked in several places and not allowed to rise before or during baking, thereby producing a hard, flat bread.
And Matzo brei means fried matzo in Yiddish. So try out this simple recipe.
11/2 cup boiling water
1/2 teaspoon salt
Butter for frying
Pour hot water over matzos and drain immediately. Break softened matzo in pieces. Set softened matzos pieces aside.
In a large bowl, whisk eggs. Add salt. Stir in pieces of matzo.
In a skillet, heat butter. Pour egg-matzo batter into skillet and cook.