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Passover Wild Mushroom Matzo Stuffing


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Passover Wild Mushroom Matzo Stuffing


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  • 1 box of matzo farfel, 2 tbsp. oil
  • 1 onion, sliced
  • 2 lbs. mixed mushrooms, sliced (portobello, shitake, oysters, and button)
  • 4 Cloves garlic, minced
  • 2 cups chicken broth
  • 1 tsp. fresh thyme
  • Salt and pepper to taste
  • 1/4 cup red or white wine



1 Saute onion in oil until fragrant.
2 Add mushrooms, saute until water evaporates. Then add garlic, thyme and salt and pepper.
3 Turn heat to high and pour in wine, allow to reduce, stirring constantly.
4 Add matzo farfel to pan and pour over broth slowly as it is absorbed. If too dry add more broth.
5 Pour stuffing into casserole and bake for about 30 minutes.

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8 Responses to Passover Wild Mushroom Matzo Stuffing

  1. avatar says: Leslie

    Does anyone know how much is in 1 box of Matzo farfel?? I am making this tomorrow and I am using broken matzohs so I need an approximate amount in ozs. or cups. Thanks so much

  2. This recipe is hard to mess up, but a box of farfel is around 5 cups, good luck and have a Happy Passover.

  3. avatar says: Leslie

    Thanks so much for such a prompt reply. You saved me! Happy Passover to you and your family!

  4. Can this stuffing be put right into the Turkey Breast? My Turkey Breast is small (2 lb.) and I planned to roast it at 375 degrees, for about 45 min. Will this recipe work for that?

    • Oh yes, for sure, put it in the turkey at least whatever can fit, it will taste good with all those juices, but I do like to reheat out of the turkey to make sure it fully cooks and I like it to get a little crispy. So while the turkey is resting and being carved you can reheat the stuffing.

  5. avatar says: gsf51

    Thank you for the prompt response. I really like this site!

  6. avatar says: KB

    What temperature is it to be baked at?

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