Passover popovers are moist and have a soft crumb. This recipe is versatile and can be made as muffins, and would be a great addition to any meal.
My experience with Jewish breads is that I have eaten Jewish Rye which is delicious, and found in many wonderful delis. While I’ve never baked Jewish rye, I was thinking that this might be a popular recipe this month so wanted to find something that I had never heard of.
I found this recipe for Passover Popovers. Passover Popovers are made with Matzah Meal, or Matzah Cake Meal or a combination of both. Matzah Meal resembles bread crumbs to me, and contains only wheat flour and water.
This was a very simple recipe to make, but it was unlike any bread recipe I have ever made. This recipe’s title states that they were popovers, but the instructions have you fill muffin tins, so I used both pans. They both came out beautifully, so use what you have available to you.
Our host this month is Karen from Karen’s Kitchen Stories, and our theme is Jewish Breads. For more bread recipes, visit the #TwelveLoaves Pinterest board, or check out last month’s mouthwatering selection of #TwelveLoaves enter last month’s “A Little Something Sweet” Breads!
- Bialys from Karen’s Kitchen Stories
- Boulou from girlichef
- Challah Braid from The Redhead Baker
- Land of Milk and Honey Muffins from NinjaBaker.com
- Marble Rye Bread from The Bread She Bakes
- Montreal Bagels from Cheap Ethnic Eatz
- Passover Popovers from Hostess At Heart
- Pletlz – Jewish Onion Bread from A Shaggy Dough Story
If you’d like to bake along with us this month, share your theme bread using hashtag #TwelveLoaves!
Now let’s take these popovers over to Fiesta Friday #76 who needs our help partying today!