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Matzo Meal

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Matzo meal, sometimes spelled matzah meal, is a variety of breadcrumbs made by finely grinding matzah.[1][2]



Matzo meal is typically very dry and fairly flavorless. There are two main types—standard matzo meal looks much like standard breadcrumbs, with a relatively coarse crumb, while matzo cake meal is much finer and closer to the consistency of flour.[1][2]

Matzo meal is used in a variety of applications, from breading to binder to a kosher-for-Passover flour substitute.[3] It can also be used as a filler in casseroles or to make dumplings.




  1. a b "What Exactly Is Matzo Meal?". Kitchn. Retrieved 2023-11-23.
  2. a b "How to Substitute Passover Cake Meal for Matzo Meal". The Spruce Eats. Retrieved 2023-11-23.
  3. "What is Matzo Meal? (with picture)". Delighted Cooking. 2023-10-28. Retrieved 2023-11-23.