What could be more of a comfort food than matzoh ball soup? While it is part of the traditional meal on Jewish holidays, matzoh ball soup is enjoyed year round by many people. Also known as Jewish penicillin, it does indeed ward off the chills and aches of a cold or flu.
There are two ways to make the soup: as a meat broth or as a bone broth. Use the link for the recipe to the bone broth soup. It is quite delicious! Here is an alternative recipe for grain-free matzoh balls that rival your favorite traditional wheat matzoh balls. Let me know how you like them!
2 eggs (pastured if possible)
2 -3 Tablespoon chicken fat (this is a HUGE factor in the taste)
1.5 – 2 cups almond flour (from blanched almonds), (where to buy almond flour)
1.5 teaspoon sea salt (where to buy salt)
This recipe makes about 14 matzoh balls
Inspire Your Real Food Healing Journey with my FREE Grain-Free Meals e-Cookbook and Getting Started email series!