These rolls were amazing! The whole family just loved them! We won't miss bread at all this Passover season! They were nice and light and they disappeared fast! I sprinkled sesame seeds on top before I put them in the oven! Thanks for a wonderful passover recipe!
I joined this site just so I could tell you how wonderful these rolls are. I just found out that I'm sensitive to yeast, of all things; I haven't found anything remotely close to a roll that I can make a sandwich on that actually tastes good (and I've tried several). I once again crossed my fingers and made the rolls tonight. Your Passover recipe saved this Catholic girl! They're awesome - thank you, thank you, thank you!
Perfect every time. Great for sandwiches or just schemer a little butter or cream cheese on. My kids love them with jelly.
So disappointed! I really wanted these to work. I follow the recipe exactly. The rolls came out beautiful and smelled wonderful, but they tasted awful! They had a fishy taste to me, and my husband said they tasted like absolutely nothing. We both love Matzo, so that wasn't the issue.
I made these for my family yesterday and they were a big hit!! They said that these rolls were the best Passover rolls they ever had! I had to triple the recipe because they disappeared so quickly! They're cooking in the oven right now. I can't wait! Thanks for a new tradition!!
Have made these for many years. Did this recipe, expanded it a little and got 9 nice rolls and 3 muffins. They will be good to take to work. Thanks for posting the original recipe.
These are about as easy as popovers to make, and very tasty. I usually use the "oval on a baking sheet" format. I wouldn't feel right eating this on Passover, if this isn't leavened bread, it sure gives my mouth the impression of a soft and tasty roll.
My sister has our Baba's old recipe for Passover rolls and she makes them so well. I always fail for some reason. But this recipe is amazing. The rolls come out fluffy and light. I made one recipe with regular matzah meal and another with whole wheat matzah meal. Both batches came out perfectly. Tomorrow I am going to try adding sautÃ©ed onions and garlic to the batter just for fun.
I had some matzo meal to use up and went looking for a recipe. As it turns out I had a little less than called for, so I used some flax cereal. I also only had 3 eggs. That said, this made a really nice cream puff type roll. My husband and I loved them; the kids weren't that fond of them. Oh well, more for us!
These rolls were very good, but a bit moist inside. I made them with regular bread crumbs (they weren't for Passover), and I think I didn't let the crumb/water mixture cook long enough. But, they were fast and easy and had a great taste. Great with tea and jam. The technique is the same as for Pate A Choux (cream puffs).