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This is the recipe that I always use, but add a dash of cinnamon instead of the pepper. We like our matzah brie latke sized, not in one plate-sized piece, and drenched in honey. We've got plenty of matzah left over from Passover, so this is a good idea for an easy supper dish this evening, it's not just a breakfast dish.

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Mirj April 21, 2004

This is the traditional FRIED MATZO. It's a dish that's been around since the beginning of time.

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Alan Leonetti April 20, 2004

Just saw your recipe and wanted to tell you this is the way we sometimes make it and other times I soak the matzo in water and add grated onions - we loved it at our home and now we make it here at the home. I am converting everyone here just to eat a little more Jewish. Thank you for posting this, Diane

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Manami March 21, 2008

I ate this a lot for breakfast as a kid. I eat it with butter and maple syrup, like you would with pancakes or French toast. Not traditional, but tasty. :-)

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Sascha December 18, 2006

This is a traditional Matzah Brie. We often add cheese and slivered green onions. This would be a dairy Matzah Brie. Served with left over Charoset and fresh fruit. Thanks for adding this recipe!!

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Maeven6 April 17, 2006
Matzo Brie