oftt

Fried Matzoh

by The Editors
Print Email

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

INGREDIENTS:
·         2 sheets of Matzoh, broken into pieces soaked in milk
·         2 eggs, beaten
·         Salt to taste
·         1 tablespoon Carrington Farms coconut oil
 
DIRECTIONS:
·         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

 

 

restaurant news

East Comes West at Chi Lin in West Hollywood
Los Angeles
by David Latt

chilin1Part of a growing trend to serve Chinese food with locavoire sourcing and an attention to healthy choices, Chi Lin off the Sunset Strip (9201 Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood CA 90069, 310/278-2068)...

Read more...
Cambria's Best: The Black Cat Bistro
Southern California
by Maylynn Morales

blackcatlogo.jpgWith my weekend plans suddenly cancelled, I got to drive up my beloved Central Coast  for a second visit to Cambria in a month.  Both times, I had one place in mind at which to dine: Black Cat...

Read more...
Atkins Farms Apple Cider Donuts
New England
by Lisa Dinsmore

atkinsapples.jpgLiving in Los Angeles, we know it's Fall by looking at our calendars not by the weather. October is usually one of our hottest months with no colorful, falling leaves, frost or crisp, cool days to...

Read more...
A Great Burger in Guerneville
Northern California
by Scott R. Kline

Boon Eat + Drink in Guerneville on the Russian River is a delightful place with delightful food. We stopped by one Saturday to have lunch. The summertime crowd was out in force. The restaurant...

Read more...