Matzo is a staple in Jewish households during Passover. Here, 5 delicious ways to enjoy the unleavened bread.

By F&W Editors
Updated May 23, 2017
Dripping with chocolate and plenty of nuts, Andrew Zimmern’s toffee matzo is so good you’ll want it long after the holidays are over. Crispy, crunchy matzo provides the perfect base for rich and sweet brown sugar toffee, and using chocolate chips to melt on top makes this a quick and easy treat to whip up.
Madeleine Hill

Matzo is a staple in Jewish households during Passover. Here, 5 delicious ways to enjoy the unleavened bread.

1. In matzo brei. This traditional Passover dish features matzo fried with eggs.

2. With haroset. Spread haroset, a sweet paste made of fruits and nuts, on matzo.

3. On fish. In place of bread crumbs, Russ Pillar coats trout with well-seasoned matzo meal.

4. With ribs. These delicious short ribs are made with crushed matzo stirred into the pan juices.

5. For dessert. Andrew Zimmern's fast, homemade toffee uses store-bought matzo as the base.

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