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Story by Leslie Huffman, first published on April 14, 2011. photo by Emilie Hardman.
Cary, NC – Passover is one of my favorite holidays. It has a great story, and is full of wonderful traditions and like most good holidays – a major part of it is “about the food”.
This year, Passover is celebrated from April 18-26. The brisket is always wonderful, the matzah ball soup marvelous, but Passover dessert has always been a challenge.
One of the many “plagues of Passover” is the flourless, dairy-less, tasteless desserts keeping with Passover dietary tradition. The other plague, while not as bad as locusts, is ending up with way too much matzah. How many ways can you eat matzah in a week?
My favorite way to eat matzah will finally free you from the bondage of a boring dessert and liberate that extra box of matzah. I make this every year and give some out to my friends and family. This is a favorite of everyone and has become an expected tradition.
Best of all, it’s a recipe easy enough for everyone to enjoy.
Here’s what you need:
Other options include:
Here’s what you do:
Freedom tastes divine.