April 02 2009

Mandarin Orange and Cranberry Matzo Brei

I must have matzo brei on the brain.  Here’s another take on an old classic Pesach dish. It’s sweet and DELISHIOSO! It makes a great snack or a sweet breakfast.

Serving Size: 2


4 matzos
1 ½ cup water
1 (11-ounce) can of mandarin oranges
1 cup cranberries
1 tablespoon sugar
½ teaspoon orange zest
½ tablespoon butter


Break matzos into 1inch pieces, place in medium sized bowl.
Boil water.
Pour water over matzo and allow to soak for 2 minutes.
Drain excess water from matzo.
Add mandarin oranges, cranberries, sugar and orange zest to matzo and combine.
Heat a medium sized non-stick pan over medium to high heat.
Melt butter in pan.
Pour matzo mixture into pan and spread out evenly.
Cook on one side for 4 minutes and then flip to other side for 4 minutes or until brown.

Serve hot and enjoy.

Tags: Vegetarian, Passover, Nouvelle Matzo, Snacks


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  • Since matzo was traditionally made by hand and was round, the idea of changing how the matzo was made and shaped caused some individuals to believe that the square machine made matzo was not in any way traditional and therefore less kosher.