A Recipe for Passover

April 23, 2016 by NJPainter
shik·sa
ˈSHiksə/

noun

derogatory
  1. (used especially by Jews) a gentile girl or woman
    It’s Passover! Let’s mash dessert ingredients together and call it holy.

STEP 1: Gather your ingredients;
Box of Matzo
2 sticks of butter
1 cup brown sugar
Chocolate chips
Nuts of any kind (I used almond slivers)

 

STEP 2: Cover two baking sheets with tin foil and liner and lay your matzos out.

 

STEP 3: Toast your nuts (See? This holiday is festive!)

 

STEP 4: Melt your butter & brown sugar together and whisk, whisk, whisk

 

 

STEP 5: Pour and spread your butter/brown sugar mixture over the matzos

 

STEP 6: Bake in the oven for about 10 mins or until it’s bubbly

 

STEP 7: Sprinkle with chocolate chips, wait a minute for them to get melty and then spread the chocolate out so it covers the toffee

 

STEP 8: Sprinkle your toasted nuts on top
**And I didn’t think of this until it was too late, but sea salt would probably be good to sprinkle here too.

 

STEP 9: Refrigerate until chocolate is hard, then cut/break up into pieces.

 

STEP 10: Enjoy, you’ve reached the next level of shiksa-dom.