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I didn't have the whole wheat matzo either, but the recipe is still absolutely delicious! Although it's currently not Passover, I'm always on the look-out for desserts I can serve with meat dishes. Using Parve margarine did the trick.

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RobinW July 09, 2002

I did not have whole wheat matzoh, so I used regular matzoh, but it was still fabulous. I doubled the recipe and brought some to work as well, it was a big hit, great with morning coffee. I did not feel deprived one bit as I often do at Passover, because this was so good.

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Leah K. April 02, 2002

Gorgeous warming Autumnal pud! Used pecans instead of walnuts, as they go so well with bananas imo. Will certainly be making this again soon (have a cupboard full of boxes of matzos that need eating!!) Thanks so much Mirj!

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Tina and Dave October 18, 2008

Really good!!!! I used regular matzah too. I took the 4 pieces wet them under the sink, and then crushed them with my hands in the sink. (just saves you from having to clean the strainer!)

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tofulove April 17, 2006
Banana Nut Matzoh Kugel