1 cup matzah meal (for k-for-p and organic, look here).
1 cup water
1 t. salt
butter as a grease
Servings: 1-2 Time before you get to start eating: 15-20 mins
Add the ingredients above together in the order listed. That's important, the order matters.
Then just grease a large skillet (with plenty of butter) over medium heat and make about four pancakes. They should be pretty large, so you will probably want to do this in two go rounds with the frying pan.
When they're finished, serve as soon as possible with some form of topping. You can use any type of preserve, jam, jelly, sugar, brown sugar, cinnamon sugar, syrup, greens sauce, cheese sauce. Really, the recipe is so simple, you can eat the pancakes for any meal, and with any topping. Personally, I used grape jam, but I think next time I'll do something with fresh strawberries.
This recipe receives the Asparagus Soup Seal of Sustainability. Sort of. The matzah meal has to be handled with care, but it is available (if you ignore food miles...shh).