Matzo is a traditional staple of the Jewish Passover meal. And since so much matzo is eaten during this holiday, it’s vital to find a variety of ways to eat it. This matzo brei recipe is one I learned from my future mother in law. She uses this Passover recipe every year, and serves the matzo brei for breakfast. This traditional Jewish recipe can be enjoyed plain or sprinkled with salt. Or try it with cinnamon sugar and reduced-calorie syrup. I personally enjoy my matzo brei served with a bit of low fat cottage cheese on top. There really are many different ways to prepare this Jewish Passover recipe and yet still be able to stay on track with your Weight Watchers Points. This matzo brei recipe is SO incredibly easy and really yummy too! Give it a try and impress your Jewish friends with this traditional Passover dish! And hey, even if you aren’t Jewish and don’t celebrate Passover, this is still a pretty tasty bite!
Matzo Brei Recipe
3/4 cup fat-free egg substitute
6 complete matzo(s)
2 Tbsp light butter
Soften a piece of matzo with warm water, until it begins to bend; break into 2-inch pieces and place in a large bowl. Repeat with remaining matzo. Pour egg substitute over matzo pieces and mix until well-coated.
In a large nonstick pan, melt butter over medium heat. Add matzo mixture, cook, turning occasionally, until matzo just begins to brown and is heated throughout (approx 5 minutes). Serve immediately. Makes about 1 cup per serving. Kosher for Passover.
Weight Watchers Points Value = 5 (WW Points)