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Always a hit at Passover, this cake, courtesy of Roni Black of New York City, gets its light, airy texture from the use of matzo meal instead of flour.

Source: Everyday Food, April 2011
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Make your own matzo meal by processing plain matzo pieces in a food processor until finely ground. For an extra-airy cake, squeeze as much water from the apples as possible.

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  • Mybobba
    11 MAR, 2014
    Does this freeze well?
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  • grandma gold
    15 MAR, 2013
    great
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  • Therese Shaw
    11 MAR, 2013
    This looks delicious. Can't wait to try it soon. I hope you have some more recipes appropriate for Seder : http://www.sukkahworld.com/Passover-Seder-Guide.asp#
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