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Traditional Fluffy Matzah Balls

 

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Recipe

Traditional Fluffy Matzah Balls

Make fluffy matzah balls with your kids, always traditional, everyone should know how to make these.

Times

  • Prep Time : 20 min
  • Cook Time : 40 min
  • Chill Time : 1 hour
  • Ready Time : 2 hour

Servings

15-20 matzah balls

Ingredients

  • 4 eggs, beaten
  • 1 cup matzah meal
  • 1/2 cup water
  • 1/3 cup oil
  • 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder, optional
  • A pinch of salt and pepper

Directions

The key to really fluffy, light and delicious matzah balls is not in the matzah – it’s in the eggs.

1. Beat the eggs in a mixing bowl with a hand beater for a few minutes.  Turn off the mixer; add everything else to the beaten eggs and stir with a fork. The mixture will fall a bit; this is fine.

2. Cover the mixture and refrigerate for an hour or overnight.

To prepare the matzah balls:

1. Use a large, wide pot, as these matzah balls will grow a lot in size.

2. Fill the pot 3/4 full with water; boil the water with half a teaspoon of salt until it is bubbling.

3. Wet your hands with a bit of water and shape small balls out of the batter. Drop them gently (the hot liquid can splash!) into the boiling water.

4. Cook for 30–40 minutes. Remove the matzah balls from the pot with a slotted spoon. Place them on a flat plate and let them cool.

5. Freeze your fluffy matzah balls in plastic bags or a container. When you are ready to use them, drop them into your family’s boiling chicken soup while they are still frozen. Half an hour later they will be fluffy, soft and ready to eat!

Another idea is to use a mini ice-cream scooper or a mini cookie-baller to shape the matzah balls, so that every matzah ball will be the same size.

Excerpted from Let My Children Cook!

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About Tamar Ansh

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Tamar Ansh is an author, recipe developer and food columnist. She has written: A Taste of Challah; Let's Say Amen!, an illustrated children's book , Splitting the Sea, inspirational stories on finding one’s soul-mate; & Pesach – Anything's Possible! a non gebrochs & gluten free cookbook. Her newest book, Riding the Waves,(to be released end Sept, 2011) focuses on inspiration, hope and good reading material about 'navigating the sea of shidduchim'. Visit www.aTasteofChallah.com for more

 

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2 Responses to Traditional Fluffy Matzah Balls

  1. avatar says: deegee

    Going to try this for sure. Most likely tomorrow. Many thanks

  2. avatar says: Dena K

    can’t wait to try this! thanks

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