Pronunciation Guide: mah-tzah bry
Matzo brie is a Jewish dish traditionally eaten for breakfast. It’s especially popular during Passover, when no leavened bread is eaten.
To make matzo brie, take dry matzo (flat unleavened bread) and break it into bite-size pieces; mix it with warm water and eggs; and then pan-fry the mixture with butter or oil.
We serve our matzo brie scrambled or pancake-style with strawberry preserves – all year long.
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