How Do I Top Thee Matzo?

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We already took care of your Easter Brunch, and now for those celebrating Passover we’re making sure you’re doing your unleavened bread in style. For our personal potato-head Seder, we’ve become experts at topping our matzo a million different ways – whether it be for guests or for ourselves from what’s leftover. Matzo overload: Look it up, it’s a thing. Here are ten different ways to top Passover’s most famous (and perhaps underrated) food…

1. Hummus, Feta, Scallions, and Kalamata Olives

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2. Labne, Cucumbers, Dill, and Sea Salt

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3. Tuna Salad with Avocado and Arugula

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4. Cream Cheese, Salmon, Capers, Red Onions

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5. Nutella, Toasted Pecans, Sea Salt

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6. Chopped Cucumber and Tomato Salad

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7. Honey, Mint Yogurt with Fresh Berries

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8. Almond Butter, Sliced Apples, Golden Raisins

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9. Roasted Red Peppers with Tahini Sauce

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10. Sliced Hard Boiled Eggs and Za’atar

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