Farfel Pasta

Other Names:
Egg Barley
Region:
Common within any Jewish Community
Made with:
Homemade is made with eggs, salt & durum wheat. Manufactured is made with eggs, salt and durum wheat and water.
During the Jewish holiday of Passover, when dietary laws pertaining to grains are observed, “matzah farfel” takes the place of the egg noodle version. Matzah farfel is simply matzah broken into small pieces.
About: Farfel (Yiddish) is small pellet or flake shaped pasta used in Ashkenazi Jewish cuisine. It is made from an egg noodle dough and is frequently toasted before being cooked. It can be served in soups or as a side dish. In the United States, it can also be found pre-packaged as egg barley.
During the Jewish holiday of Passover, when dietary laws pertaining to grains are observed, “matzah farfel” takes the place of the egg noodle version. Matzah farfel is simply matzah broken into small pieces.

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