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Wonderful recipe. Similar but better than Passover Brownies in Second Helpings Please. For easy removal I greased pan & lined it with parchment paper which I also greased. At 30 minutes toothpick doesn't come out clean but the top is set & brownies are perfectly moist. Note: Cake meal is ground finer then regular matzo meal. You can make matzo cake meal by using blender to grind matzo meal into a fine powder. Strain to sift out any lumps. Brownies freeze well. If freezing don't ice until defrosted. Optional Icing: In microwave melt in 20 second intervals 6 ozs. semi-sweet chocolate squares or chips 1 tbsps. margarine & 1/8 1/16 tsp. water.
The best Passover brownies I have ever made. If you don't have cake meal you can use regular matza meal - the consistency will be a bit less smooth but they will be great nonetheless - and won't last long.
This weekend I'll use this recipe as a 'base' for brownies that I want to make...I'll substitute the veg oil for blue band light olive oil baking product and put in pecans instead of walnuts end crush some eastern egs (chocolate) that I still have and put them in... Oh and I'll use wholeweat flour and yeast since I don't know what matzoh is and i want the brownies nice and fluffy...This was the first recipe I found that didn't require butter but oil and that's what I wanted. (I also tried to look op vegan brownies but nothing there) I understand it's a Jewish recipe hope you don't mind I'll tinker with it:-)