Maztah Pancakes - It's Passover Time!




Introduction: Maztah Pancakes - It's Passover Time!

Passover can be a time where it's hard to find good food. Today we are going to teach you how to make some great Matza Pancakes/Brai to make your Passover a bit tastier.

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Step 1: Ingredients

Food Ingredients

  1. 12 (recommended for 4-6 people) Pieces of Matzah
  2. 1 egg per 2 Matzahs
  3. Milk
  4. Salt & Pepper - Seasoning
  5. Oil


  1. Glass Bowl
  2. Stove

Step 2: Crushing

Wash your hands with soap, then crush the Matzah in a glass bowl until it is in very small pieces like in the picture.

Step 3: Adding the Milk and Eggs

For 12 Matzahs add 1 and a Quarter cup ~ until Matzah gets soft and moist.

Then add 6 eggs for 12 Matzahs or more or less depending on the number of matzahs you are using.

Mix thoroughly.

Step 4: Seasoning

Sprinkle a pinch or two of salt and pepper - don't add too much. Mix until evenly spread.

Step 5: Cook It

Grab a handful and mush it into a pancake and put it onto a pan with oil on it. We use a vegetable oil spray.

Put the stove on medium heat and cook until the bottom is brown then flip it. Once its done let it sit for a bit to cool down before eating.

Step 6: EATING IT!!!

Add some chocolate spread, cheese, jam, or sugar to add flavor and enjoy.

Please vote for this project if you think it's good we are just 2 brothers in Middle and High School trying to make your Passover a bit yummier.

Happy Passover!

Noah and Joshua

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    5 Discussions


    2 years ago

    Happy Pesach! This looks great!


    2 years ago on Step 3

    One and a quarter cup is easily understood as 1.25 cups or 1&1/4 cups. To me at least. Thanks. I’ll try the recipe!


    Question 2 years ago on Step 6

    I'm only very loosely Jewish so my main experience of the culture is eating matzoh ball soup, potato latkes and Halvah, all of which are at the top of my favorite foods list. This sounds delicious, like a hybrid of matzoh and latkes. Throw the chocolate/hazelnut on top and I'm definitely in. Will be trying this very soon. Thanks for the 'able.


    2 years ago on Step 6

    That’s looks so good. I’m trying that! You should be in the “Science of Cooking” contest! You should win that. Nice job guys.