JewishBoston.com: Deconstruct Your Passover: Matzo Ball Soup Kabobs

Originally published on JewishBoston.com.

created at: 2012-03-12

 

Have you heard about Pinterest? It’s a relatively new social sharing website that has captured the imagination of women in particular across the USA. With its emphasis on images, it’s particularly well-suited for sharing links fashion, decor, and food-related websites. Here at JewishBoston.com HQ, we’re obsessed. We’ve created our own set of Pinboards, including one just for Passover alongside the more common collections of crafts, recipes, and so on.

If you spend a little time on Pinterest, you’ll notice certain trends emerge. For example, people seem to be obsessed with food that looks like Lego. There’s never a shortage of LOLCats. And people seem to like to put food on sticks.

It was that last realization that caused me to cook up this little dish, Matzo Ball Soup Kabobs. Think of it this way – most people are way more excited about the matzo balls than any other part of the soup. Sure, we may eat a carrot or two, and if your family is so inclined as to include actual chunks of chicken, that’s a bonus. But who needs to fill up on broth when there’s a huge, delicious meal ahead? The kabobs sole the problem — and can be served with just a shot of broth to wash it all down.

If you prefer a more traditional take on soup, we have that recipe too. In fact, we have dozens of Passover recipes. If you need more than recipes to assist in your Passover prep, check out our whole Passover Guide. And if you’re in the Boston area and need a jump-start on hosting your own seder, definitely request your free Seder in a Box.

Finally, if you see things you like on our site — don’t forget to pin them on Pinterest!

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