Passover just got a whole lot more fun with these matzah tater tots! These flavorful bites are perfect for dipping and sharing with family and friends. So grab some matzo meal and get ready to elevate your Passover menu!
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Celebrating a plant-based or vegan Passover? Then you’ll love these Matzah Tater Tots from Jewish Food Hero! They’re baked, giving them a nice consistency with a slight crispiness. These “matzo nuggets” go great dipped in your favorite oil-free sauce or served as a topping on a lovely salad. If you’re gluten-free, worry not! We provide a great gluten-free option below made with quinoa.
Fun to eat – Finger foods are so satisfying! The way in which you can pick something up and dip it into a sauce and then stuff it into your face is a multi-sensory experience that can be enjoyed by people of all ages.
Great for kids – Kids love nuggets and for good reason—they’re fun to eat and are a great way for kids to learn how to connect with the experience of enjoying food.
Easy to make – No need to worry about spending hours in the kitchen the night before Passover prepping these matzah tots! You can even get your teen or kids involved if they’re up for it!
How to Serve Up Your Matzah Tots
Wondering what else to have with these adorable matzah tots? Here are a couple ideas, all of which are safe for a vegan Passover!
Hip to Dip – These tots were made for dip! If you want to get a little cheesy (and spicy), try some vegan buffalo queso. Trying to keep things a little more Jewish? Whip up some colorful beetroot hummus!
Salad Time – Craving some greens and protein? Then make a salad such as this sauteed kale, bean, & avocado salad and throw some tots on top! You’ll love the variation of flavors and textures.
These matzah tots will last about 4-5 days in the refrigerator when kept in an airtight container. You could also freeze them but you may want to separate them with parchment paper to prevent the tots from sticking together. When ready to enjoy again, defrost overnight or in the morning and prepare them as you’d like!
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