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Sayde’s Delicious Salty Matzo Balls modified from the Jewish matzoh ball recipe

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Serves At least 30 balls. | Prep Time 10 minitues | Cook Time 90 minitues


3 tablespoons of vegetable oil (homogeneous)
8 large eggs (heterogeneous)
2 cups of Matzo meal (homogeneous)
8 tablespoons of broth (pure substance)
1 tablespoon of salt (NaCI)

Put all the Ingredients in bowl and mix until it's hard to mix

After it's mixed, put it in a refrigerator for 30 minutes

As the bowl of the ingredients are in the refrigerator, start boiling a pot of water

After the 30 minutes, take out the bowl

take a handful of the mix out of the bowl and shape it into a ball

After it's made into a ball, put it in the water

repeat until the whole mixture are balls floating in water

cook them for 30 minutes

as the balls cook, put soup broth in a pot and let it get warm, or put it in the microwave in a bowl

After that, put the balls in a strainer and take off the broth

Put the balls in the broth

If you would like, add a pinch or 2 pinches of salt to the balls and cut the balls up!


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This is from my religion and we eat it every 3 weeks and on special occasions. It's also for celebrations. It means peace and love to me. I want to share it to the world because its delicious and you'll love it.

Chemistry Information: It changes from cold to heat. It gets soft.. It turn from mushy cold ingredients to hard hot balls.

Submitted by: "Sayde"

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