|These quick and easy Passover apple "doughnuts,"|
made from matzo cake meal are absolutely delicious,
like a cross between a hot apple pie and an apple croissant.
Friday evening at sundown began the feast of Passover, a Jewish holiday rich in tradition. Like so many cultures around the world, the foods eaten (and not eaten) during this eight-day holiday help define, explain, and celebrate it.
The Seder, for example, a dinner eaten on the first night, includes specific foods in the telling of the Exodus story. Nice post about "The Seder Plate" here.
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the free PDF.
One of the most important and ubiquitous foods of this holiday is matzo (aka matza or matzah), basically an unleavened cracker. While it's part of the ritual of this holiday, it's also a wonderful ingredient for cooking, and I've used it in this recipe.
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