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Monday, April 11, 2011

Matzah Shabbat Menu & Recipes

I thought I would post my Matzah Shabbat Menu with all of Preparation Day (Friday)included. This is what I have planned:

Prep Day Breakfast

Matzah Brunch Bake
Fresh Sliced Kiwi

Prep Day Lunch

Matzah Cream Cheese Onion Bakes

Erev Shabbat Supper

Matzah Meat Cigars

Papa's Homemade Vanilla Ice Cream and

Mini Matzah Apple Tarts
Line cookie sheet with foil or parchment paper and butter.
Preheat oven to 400

  • Cut Matzah sheets into 4 = Squares and butter both sides

  • Sprinkle both sides generously with Cinnamon and Sugar mixture to taste. (Fructose or Rapadura or Sucanot or Maple sugar are all good.)

  • Dice apple, finely and top each square generously.

  • Sprinkle with cinn./sugar again.

  • Drizzle with honey or maple syrup.

  • Bake for 10-15 min until toasted and apple has softened. (Some people like cheese on top!)

  • Shabbat Breakfast
    Premade Matzah Cinnamon Toast (Sprinkle with Cinnamon and Sugar and put under the broiler for 1-2 minutes. watch closely. Let cool and seal in an air tight bag.)
    Sliced Cheese and Apples
    Coffee or (Raw) Milk

    Shabbat Lunch
    Spinach Matzah Quiche
    Matzah Ice Cream Sandwiches (With Papa's vanilla ice cream)

    Havdalah Meal
    Matzah Tacos

    Take Wetted Matzah, gently butter it on both sides and season it well with garlic powder, onion powder, salt and pepper (or seasoning of choice). Use a cereal bowl as your guide to cut into a circle with sharp scissors or knife. Lay the circle over the side of a baking pan (I like to use several bread pans, mine have a lip and I can fit lots of them in my oven at once.) Or whatever you have that will work! Bake at 400F for about 15-20 minutes until lightly brown and crispy. Let cool completely and store in an air tight bag until you are ready to use them. Stuff with your favorite taco fillings.

    1 comment:

    singing mama said...

    Oh I hadnt even thought of icecream sandwichs using Matzah yummo!! Will have to give it a try!! Hope you are having a wonderful feast time!!
    Luv Donna