Are you ready to eat some matzo this weekend?

Are you excited to try some Matzo?

Well you’re in luck, because I’ve got a quick and easy meal plan that you can make with the matzo that you’ll find in my cookbook. 

If you’re not yet a member of the matzos.com forum, I recommend signing up to this group as I am sure it’s going to be very useful for you. 

You can start by filling out the form below and you’ll be sent an email once you have the form filled out and signed up. 

Once you have filled out the forms, you’ll need to click on the sign up button to be sent the Matzo Meal Plan. 

Here’s what you need to do: Choose the amount of matzo you want to make. 

Give yourself a few minutes to make sure everything is properly mixed and dried. 

Check that the dough is in the oven. 

Now, this is where the magic happens.

The matzo will begin to rise and cook. 

The amount of time it takes for the matzones to rise will vary depending on your temperature. 

To find the correct amount of rise time for you, look at the ingredients listed under the ingredients list. 

Make sure you have enough flour and water in the pot. 

Add the flour and add the water slowly, stirring until all the flour is absorbed. 

Next, add the matza ingredients and stir until everything is evenly coated in the batter. 

Continue to stir until all of the flour has been incorporated. 

After you’ve added the flour, stir in the zucchini and cook until the zukes are cooked through. 

Cook for 30 minutes, adding more water as needed. 

Remove the matzi from the oven and let it sit for 30-45 minutes. 

I would suggest leaving the matzeats for 30 to 45 minutes in the fridge, so that you don’t over cook the zus. 

When you are ready to use, simply place a serving plate in the middle of the oven, add your matzo, and serve. 

Want more tasty ideas for easy meals?

Check out these 10 easy, quick, and tasty breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert recipes. 

Be sure to visit my blog, The Hungry Hatter, to see all of my other delicious recipes.