Matzo Ball Soup


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Why?  I just wanted to see what it tasted like.  lol

Matzo balls are a traditional Jewish dumpling made from matzo meal.  It is cooked in a broth.  This dish is typically served during the celebration of the Passover.  In keeping with the Jewish laws of Kashrut, no butter is used in this dish.

My co-worker asked me to get a box mix for her when I was out of town, and I just decided to get a box for myself.  You know, just to try it.  The broth was very flavorful and the dumpling was very soft/sponge-like and flavorful as well.  For me, though, the texture would take some getting used to.

Here are some pictures to show you this soup.

 
 

What's next on my "to try" list?  Sweet Chili Lime Tofu with Steamed Vegetables and Quinoa.  Humm....

Bon Appetit,

2 comments:

  1. Is it like Chicken and Dumplings? Where the dumplings are balls of dough like that - not the chicken filled kinds...

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  2. I have never tried it before. I've always been told it's yummy though. Maybe one day I will break down and give it a try. Good for you for giving it a try Libby. :)

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