The classic post-passover dish, Matzoh Brie! The leftover Matzoh from Passover is "scalded" (brie means scalded) in boiling water to soften it to a noodle-like consistency. After it is adequately softened, the matzoh is mixed with a combination of egg, milk, salt, and sugar, and soaked. It's very similar to French toast. Then the whole thing is fried in a pan and served either savory (with salt and pepper) or sweet (powdered sugar is a popular topping).