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The Temp Tee Fried Matzo Sandwich


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The Temp Tee Fried Matzo Sandwich

As we approach Passover I can’t help but think about my wonderful father and how much he is missed. It has been over ten years since he passed away and every time Passover rolls around I am reminded of his favorite dish. My father did not cook. I do not remember him in the kitchen ever, except during this eight day holiday where he only made one dish. He made it every day for breakfast and all four of his children couldn't wait till it was ready. I served it to my kids growing up and they loved it as well. The health conscious world that we live in may not appreciate it; but I was raised with it and it has become a staple during Passover. When you say to yourself “enough with the matzo” try this recipe for a delicious treat.


  • Prep Time : 20 minutes min
  • Cook Time : 10 minutes min
  • Ready Time : 30 min


4 People


  • 9 pieces of Matzo
  • Container of Temp Tee Cream Cheese
  • 1 stick butter
  • 4 Eggs


1. Carefully break each piece of matzo into 3 equal pieces.
2. Spread a thick layer (1/8 to ¼ inch) of cream cheese on three pieces and cover each with three more pieces making a sandwich. Spread the remaining matzo and break into pieces.
3. Break these into two pieces. You now have 18 pieces.
4. Beat the eggs into a wide bowl.
5. Dip the sandwich pieces in the egg and soak and cover both sides.
6. Melt enough butter in a wide skillet to cover the entire skillet area.
7. Cook the cream cheese sandwiches on both sides until outside matzo is browned and cream cheese is melted and hot.
8. Drain on paper towel and enjoy while hot.




2 Responses to The Temp Tee Fried Matzo Sandwich

  1. avatar says: Brurya

    Can you explain how there are 18 pieces in the end? you have 9 matzos. you break each matzo into three pieces (9×3 = 27 pieces). And then you break into two pieces again (see instruction #3)?
    How big are the sandwiches supposed to be here? Making matzos into cream cheese sandwiches never sounded as complicated as it does in the first three directions.

  2. So sorry, you are absolutely correct! I must have been dizzy when I was typing.
    Thank you for the correction and if possible, I will correct the recipe. The bottom line is that you should try the recipe. Everyone loves this dish!

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