Passover Recipe: Matzo Breaded Fish

So Passover 2013 is upon us, what that means is no yeast is allowed inside your house or overly processed ingredients. All that has to go outside! Have a lot of fish in my freezer to hold us over until we can eat other food next week. Today I decided to try a really simple recipe for some great matzo breaded fish. I didn’t Google this recipe or anything it just came to me and it turned out really delicious! So I encourage you to try this if you have the ingredients available & leave a comment telling me what you think.

I also made a video to demonstrate how to achieve great matzo breaded fish. If you are unable to watch the video due to time restraints here is a breakdown of how it goes.

Ingredients Needed:

  • Frozen Fish/ Fresh, (Flounder,Salmon,Tilapia,Swai, all works great)
  • Matzo Meal (can find this in your grocery store hopefully!)
  • 1 Egg
  • 1 tablespoon of water
  • various herbs/spices that you want to add to the matzo meal

Directions:

  1. Combine 1/2 matzo meal with your various herbs in a large enough dish pan to coat fish
  2. In a separate pan combine 1 egg and 1 tablespoon of water, mix well
  3. Coat the fish on both sides in the wet (egg/water) pan first, let excess drip off for a few seconds then carry instantly over to the matzo meal pan and coat both sides
  4. Allow 1-2 minutes for coat to stick to fish before placing on grill or in oven
  5. *George Foreman Grill used* Place fish on grill and coat for 8-10 minutes total

Enjoy your great fish!

 

Passover Recipe: Matzo Breaded Fish

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