Savory Artichoke Matzoh Brie

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Appears in
Jewish Holiday Cooking

By Jayne Cohen

Published 2008

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I usually prepare this delicious, well-seasoned version in the homey, scrambled egg-style for brunch or a casual meatless main course at lunch or dinner. But I’ve also brought it to the table whole like a poufy frittata, to be served in wedges as a dressy side dish. For a lovely starter, prepare this matzoh brie as individual “pancakes” (see Fried Pancake-Like Matzoh Brie), topped with smoked salmon or caviar (kosher fish roe), with or without sour cr