Tips and tricks for perfect matza balls

These quick and easy tips will pay big dividends and can be used with a variety of Passover recipes.

By COOKKOSHER.COM
April 2, 2012 13:52
Mazta balls

Mazta balls 370. (photo credit: cookkosher.com)

 
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Ingredients:

6 Eggs
1 cup Oil
1 cup Water
½ tsp Baking Powder
1 pinch Salt and Pepper
18 oz (or 500 gram) fine Matza Meal

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Directions:

1. Mix all the ingredients with a fork. Adding the matza meal gradually until the mixture is thick but not too hard. Add more matza meal if too soft.

2. Let harden in fridge for an hour.

3. With wet hands form into about 60 balls and drop into boiling water or boiling soup. Boil for 15 minutes.



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