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The baking powder gave them an off, metallic flavor. They were huge and pillowy, but not tasty. (To other reviewers: matzo balls can be frozen, but will often be dry and mealy when reheated.)

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DrGaellon April 09, 2009

Yum, Yum, Yum! These matzo balls are so light and fluffy! I was lucky and had homemade chicken stock on hand. Thx. Kittencal for yet another great recipe! Oh, I would also ask, can the balls be frozen?

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Karen's Krazy Kitchen December 07, 2008

These were terrific. Can they be frozen? I understand restaurants do that so they don't run out. Thanks for sharing. A hit, as always.

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Lalaloob March 28, 2007

Thank you a zillion times over Kit, I used this recipe to use in soup, I don't believe I have ever had anything so fluffy, these just melt in your mouth, I should have made more, every matzo ball went there was not one left, this is a winner, thank you Kit.

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kusinera October 30, 2006
Kittencal's Light-As-A-Feather Matzo Balls