Fried Matzoh

by The Editors
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friedmatzohIn honor of Passover, we would like to share a traditional Fried Matzoh recipe courtesy of Carrington Farms, a leading organic food brand that makes delicious, good-for-you foods using coconut oil.

For those who don’t celebrate Passover, this recipe can be thought of as a creative twist on your traditional omelet—a great way to spice things up and try new foods in the kitchen!

Fried Matzoh

·         2 sheets of Matzoh, broken into pieces soaked in milk
·         2 eggs, beaten
·         Salt to taste
·         1 tablespoon Carrington Farms coconut oil
·         Soak matzoh in milk, drain milk and add eggs and mix well.
·         Melt Carrington Farms coconut oil in pan
·         Add matzoh and egg mixture and fry like an omelet, turn and fry each side 5 minutes
·         Garnish with Carrington Farms flax, jelly, cinnamon, etc



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