Matzah brei, or fried matzah, is a classic Jewish breakfast made by frying eggs and matzah. It’s most commonly eaten during Passover, but many eat it year-round. Everyone thinks that their mom’s recipe is the best and I’m no exception.
What is Matzah Brei?
Matzah is a flat cracker-like bread traditionally eaten during the Jewish holiday of Passover. During Passover, many Jews eat only unleavened bread to remind them of the time that they were slaves in Egypt and had to leave so quickly that they couldn’t let the bread rise.
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