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Dress It Up: Matzah Pizza Recipes *Giveaway*


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I am not a big fan of kosher for Passover foods.  Meaning, I like to make things that I actually make and eat over the course of the year, recipes that are inherently kosher for Passover.

But there are two exceptions, matzah brei and matzah pizza.  Two foods I so enjoy and always wonder why I don’t bring them into the year-round rotation.

When I developed these new matzah pizza recipes months before Passover my kids were so delighted and excited.  They loved having matzah pizza in February.

 avocado matbucha matzah pizza

To Dress Up traditional matzah pizza I used Sabra’s Moroccan Matbucha in place of pizza sauce and topped it with mozzarella, avocado, fresh tomatoes and paper thin slices of red onion in this Avocado Matzah Pizza.

Ratatouille and Ricotta Matzah Pizza Long

For my second remix I used Sabra’s Caponata and added dollops of ricotta to the mozzarella to make a Ratatouille Matzah Pizza.

If you eat matzah pizza in your house as much as we do in mine I know you will love to try these new creations and to celebrate that we have one more until Passover we are giving away a $100 Amex card!!

What’s your favorite Kosher for Passover food that you would gladly eat year round? Let us know in the comments below and enter to win with Rafflecopter.
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>Disclosure: This post is part of an ongoing partnership with Sabra, all opinions are my own.

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About Jamie Geller


Jamie Geller is the only best-selling cookbook author who wants to get you out of the kitchen – not because she doesn’t love food – but because she has tons to do. As “The Bride Who Knew Nothing” Jamie found her niche specializing in fast, fresh, family recipes. Now the "Queen of Kosher" (CBS) and the "Jewish Rachael Ray" (New York Times), she's the creative force behind JoyofKosher.com and "Joy of Kosher with Jamie Geller" magazine . Jamie and her hubby live in Israel with their five busy kids who give her plenty of reasons to get out of the kitchen - quickly. Check out her new book, "Joy of Kosher: Fast, Fresh Family Recipes."




99 Responses to Dress It Up: Matzah Pizza Recipes *Giveaway*

  1. avatar says: fbogus

    Secret vice – the chocolate-covered raspberry ring jells. They’re mine and no one else had better touch them!

  2. avatar says: dz13dz

    Fruit smoothies! Throw strawberries, mango cubes and sliced peaches into a blender with lowfat ice cream or greek yogurt and some ice cubes and milk or juice. Its delicious!!

  3. avatar says: Barbara

    It sounds goofy, but my mom’s charoset! I could happily eat that year ’round, but it’s so much a part of the Seder that I don’t really think of it any other time of year.

  4. Jova Chocolate Covered Marshmellow Twists. Look for them every year.

  5. avatar says: elana b

    matza pizza, matza lasagna (both meat version and dairy version), matza cheesecake…crunchy knaidels…

  6. I love home made chrein and chopped liver. Only made on Pesach!

  7. Charossis – could eat everyday!!

  8. Flourless chocolate cake!

  9. avatar says: Leah

    Flourless chocolate cake and meringues!

  10. avatar says: Elle

    I absolutely love the Manischewitz marble cake mix. I already stocked up for this Passover!

  11. avatar says: Nechama

    Most people hate them but I can eat entire canfuls!

  12. avatar says: Faleen F.

    One of my favorite dishes that I make at Pesach is called European Fruit Pudding. It uses cake meal, lots of eggs, and cut up pieces of a variety of dried fruits. It comes out like a cake rather than what we conceive as pudding. I vary it from time to time by either serving it plain or making a lemon sauce to drizzle on top. Thank you for this opportunity and wishing you and your family a zissen Pesach

  13. My mom makes the best macaroons.

  14. avatar says: Danielle

    I love matzah brei. I always eat it with a mixture of cinnamon/sugar and it’s delicious.

  15. avatar says: Linda

    I would gladly eat the chicken soup with matzah balls that we always make every Passover. It takes hours and hours to come to fruition but it’s delicious.

  16. avatar says: Sarah L

    I can eat matzah pizza year round.
    Thanks for the contest.

  17. avatar says: Rochel S

    My mother makes this heavenly jelly roll that if I would have the patience to make I would make it all year round!

  18. We enjoy Borsht & Matzah Balls.
    thank you

  19. looks amazing!!!!!!!!!!

  20. I like fried chicken year round.

  21. My grandmother’s chopped liver and Romanian roasted eggplant dip.

  22. avatar says: nickie

    I can eat matzah pizza year round.

  23. avatar says: Eliana G

    matzah and cream cheese!

  24. Chicken soup with matza balls!

  25. avatar says: brocha

    matza and cream cheese

  26. We do make Pesadic fool all year long & try new recipes for possible Pesach use. The one standard we have frequently is Matzah Brei. My husband enjoys making a large batch to last for several mornings. We simply warm it in the microwave oven.

  27. avatar says: Aliza N

    I love most of the packaged Pesach candies (jelly rolls, marshmallows) and would gladly eat them!

  28. avatar says: Adrian

    pancakes made with matzoh meal, ground almonds, chocolate chips, a banana, milk, and eggs.

  29. I could have Flourless chocolate cake all year round.

  30. avatar says: mita

    Flourless chocolate cake

  31. Matzah ball soup, I worked at a bagel shop and we made this it was really good.

  32. i love round shmura matza!

  33. Matza pizza is a kick anytime of the year!

  34. avatar says: Natalie

    I love the flourless chocolate cake and matza ball soup!

  35. avatar says: Elena

    Flourless chocolate cake

  36. Flourless chocolate cake!

  37. avatar says: bonnie

    matzah pizza !!!

  38. chicken soup with matzoh balls

  39. avatar says: shanna

    Matzah Balls and potato latke

  40. avatar says: Laura J

    Oh for me…I really love Matzah Balls!!!

  41. avatar says: Julie

    I could matzah balls and matzah pizza all year round thanks for the giveaway

  42. avatar says: Lisa V.

    It would be matzah pizza.

  43. avatar says: Susan P.

    We eat cheese latkes made from farmer cheese,matzoh meal, eggs, etc. and definitely matzoh balls!

  44. Matzah balls for sure!

  45. avatar says: Crimson

    I like matzah with cream cheese. I could eat it year round.

  46. avatar says: meredith

    I love macaroons!

  47. avatar says: Dana

    I’d pick flourless chocolate cake

  48. avatar says: Kristen

    Potato latkes…yum!

  49. avatar says: Robin

    I love to have Matzah Balls

  50. avatar says: Erica C.

    Matzah balls are great.

  51. avatar says: katie k

    Chopped liver – so yummy!

  52. avatar says: sky evans

    I’d love matzah pizza!!

  53. avatar says: DanielM

    Love The Matzah Balls

  54. I like matzah pizza

  55. The Passover food that I would eat all year is Manischewitz Homestyle Stuffing. I love stuffing and this one isn’t too bad.

  56. chicken soup with matzah balls.. yum!

  57. I could eat Charossis year round.

  58. avatar says: JennyRose

    I love matzah brei!

  59. avatar says: Lori C

    Jova Chocolate Covered Marshmellow Twists.

  60. avatar says: Sonya

    I love macaroons! But your matzah pizza looks awesome!

  61. avatar says: hrg126

    Flourless Chocolate Cake

  62. I don’t have any favorites that i would eat all year

  63. chicken soup with matzah balls

  64. flourless chocolate cake for sure

  65. avatar says: Beth

    I love charoset, I go nuts for anything fruit! I love the idea of matzah pizza n kids would love it, now I’m thinking of making a fruit matzah pizza mmm.

  66. matzah and cream cheese!

  67. I am just learning about kosher foods for Passover, but I think some of our recipes might be kosher that we enjoy such as Chicken and Cantaloupe salad – only 3 ingredients-Chicken, cantaloupe, and romaine lettuce.
    Flourless banana pancakes- 2 ingredients -bananas and eggs.

  68. avatar says: wendy

    Flourless chocolate torte. Was very happy to see it finished off by my son. I did not need to eat anymore!

  69. avatar says: Samantha

    I LOVE your easy Passover recipes.

  70. avatar says: Samantha

    My favorite Passover recipe is my mom’s califlower kugel topped with dill and almonds….it tastes just like Spring. Mmmmm!

  71. do kosher pickles count lol? i would say kosher pizza

  72. says: Geoff

    Without a doubt I could eat brisket every day of the year. :)

  73. avatar says: Tamra H

    Matzah ball soup for me!

  74. I love Matzah with a little bit of butter

  75. I like matzah pizza

  76. Matzah balls one of my favorites for sure!

  77. avatar says: Diane R

    I have made a matza lasagna for almost 40 years. I end up making 2 9×13 panfuls. Great for company, the children always requested Lasagna night so they could invite their friends. Also make a mean mock mac n cheese with farfel.YUMMM

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