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Best Matzo balls for passover(Yiddish kneydlekh also kneydls)

Updated on March 9, 2013

Best Matzah balls for passover

Best Matzah balls for passover, How to make matzo balls?

Matzo balls(kneydlekh) best recipes

Matzah balls (Yiddish:kneydlekh pl) are an Ashkenazi Jewish soup dumpling made from a mixture of matzah flour, eggs, water, and oil. Matzah balls are traditionally served in chicken soup. it's a tradion food of Passover-Pesach ,but some of an Ashkenazi families use to have it also in Rosh Hashana.

Here Matzo balls best recipes..

My Favorite - Matzo balls


1 cup / s matzo meal

5 eggs

2 tsp / s salt

0.5 cup / s soda - or water

0.5 cup / s Oil


Mix well all the ingredients. Cover with plastic wrap and place in cooling. After half an hour out and check. If too thin, add matzo meal. If a dry too much, add a little water. Cover again and return to cool for an hour and a half.

Boil water in a large pot. With wet hands, shape pulp nodule kneidlach medium sized balls, no bigger than ping - pong (matzo balls swell during cooking). Place balls (one by one), while production, into the boiling water. Bring water to a boil again, then reduce heat, cover and continue cooking for another half hour gentle.

Drain and set aside. Purists insist, just before serving, boil again knaidlach little soup.

My Favorite Chicken Soup

Serves: 6


1 whole chicken - Fresh and divided into quarters

4 pieces of chicken wings - fresh

2 units garlic - peeled teeth

1 Units onion - peeled medium

2 units carrots - peeled and quartered

1 celery units - Head cleaned and cut into quarters (or three branches of celery)

Bundle / package herbs - (parsley, dill, thyme and bay leaf) related

1 teaspoon / s black pepper - grained

1.5 to 2 liters of water

1 teaspoon / s salt


Put all the ingredients into a pot. Bring the water to a boil and lower the heat to a minimum. Continue cooking on a tiny fire for four hours. Now and then remove with a spoon the fat floating on the soup. Towards the end add salt to taste (usually suffice half a teaspoon to a teaspoon). Strain the soup of all its components. Serve the soup with matzo balls clean.

Patent: meat chicken salad can be prepared the next day cold with mayonnaise and chopped pickles.

More patent: we like to eat, separately, the carrots and celery cooked in soup, it tastes laundered

vegan kneidalach soup
vegan kneidalach soup

knaidlach vegan soup without eggs


1 cup / s matzo meal

1.35 cup / s of water

3 tablespoon / s potato flour

Salt and pepper - to taste

1.5 liters of water

2 units zucchini

1 white onion Units

First sentence units

1 units potato

11 units potato

1 bundle / package Cauliflower

1 bundle / package celery

1 bundle / package Ftrose

5 units no

1 tablespoon / s extra virgin olive oil

0.5 teaspoon / s salt and white pepper, mustard seeds - or to taste



Mix all ingredients together until the mixture is uniform.

Medium circles roll and put away for half an hour.

Boil water and put the balls for 10 minutes to download from the fire.


Cut all the vegetables and vegetable, spice and add the knaidlach soup.


Pumpkin Soup with Sweet Potato knaidlach



0.5 pounds sweet potatoes

1 onion - medium, finely chopped

1 egg

Matzo meal




Olive oil


0.5 pound onion - thinly sliced

1.5 pounds butternut squash - cut into large chunks

0.5 pounds sweet potatoes - peeled and diced

1.5 liters of chicken stock

Olive oil




Pomegranate - isolated grains


First day meal prepare knaidlach. Place them on a bed of non-peeled coarse salt in small format. Transfer into the oven preheated to 180 degrees and bake for an hour or until potatoes soften completely. Remove from oven and cool off a little wait. Peel the potatoes and mash well with a fork. Golden brown the onion in olive oil. Add the onion with the oil golden bowl with crushed sweet potatoes. Mix well. Beat the egg and add to potato mixture. Stir. Season with salt, pepper and nutmeg. Stir and add matzo meal, stirring, until pliable mass is created. Required about half a cup matzo meal.

Cover the dough with plastic wrap and refrigerate overnight or until the next meal. About an hour before removing the dough, roll knaidlach (ping pong ball size) and place them on a floured tray matzo flour. Cover with plastic wrap and return to refrigerator.

On the meal prepared the soup: Heat a medium saucepan three tablespoons of olive oil and cook the onion until translucent. Add pumpkin and sweet potato and cook, stirring for about five minutes. Season with salt and pepper. Add the stock and bring to a boil. Reduce the heat to minimum and cook for half an hour in a pot covered. With a hand blender to blend the soup into a smooth mixture. Facilities taste with salt and pepper and remove from heat.

While cooking the soup cook knaidlach. Boil lightly salted water in a medium pot. Slide the pot, one of the knaidlach. Bring to a boil. Lower the heat to minimum and cook for twenty minutes in a pot covered. During cooking did not lift the lid did not even glance easy.

Pour the soup (if necessary you can heat it up a little) a serving platter. Divide the knaidlach between the plates. Add a tablespoon of pomegranate seeds to a plate and serve.


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      Malu Couttolenc 

      6 years ago

      Matzah balls are delicious, thank you so much for the recipes would love learn to make them :)


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