Pesach Frittata

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By Tal Smith

Published 2014

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Over Pesach (Jewish Passover) regular bread cannot be eaten and is replaced with matzo (unleavened bread) for the seven days of the festival. This is an important festival which remembers the Jewish exodus from Egypt and the following 40 years of life in the desert. After a while plain matzo with egg becomes boring. Our mother’s recipe is a more spicy and interesting version. She adds cumin and za’atar and turns it into a frittata, adding sweet potato to give some substance. It’s lovely all