What to make with your leftover matzo

Matzo (unleavened flat bread) is traditionally eaten as a cracker or in matzo ball soup for Passover celebrations, but did you know that matzo and matzo meal...
By: Anna Decker / 04/14/2017 /

Matzo (unleavened flat bread) is traditionally eaten as a cracker or in matzo ball soup for Passover celebrations, but did you know that matzo and matzo meal are surprisingly versatile ingredients that can be used to make toffee, granola, and even a batter for chicken cutlets? Give it a try and let us know what your favorite matzo recipe is! -Martha Stewart

Leftover matzo toffee Photo: www.marthastewart.com

Matzo Toffee

Matzo Granola Photo: www.marthastewart.com

Matzo Granola

Matzo-Crusted Chicken Cutlets Photo: www.marthastewart.com

Matzo-Crusted Chicken Cutlets