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These were fantastic! I cheated a bit and used 1/4c vegetable oil + 1/2c applesauce in place of the margarine. Used a 9 x 9 pan; after 18 minutes they didn't look quite ready, so left them in for a few minutes longer. The resulting color made me a little hesitant, but the flavor and texture were great! Will remake these all year long!
This was so easy to make and sooooooo delicious. It was much better than the usually dry Pesach cakes. I will be making this all year round.
Fantastic Passover/all year round recipe! I followed it exactly--used no nuts--but baked it in a 9x9 pan so thin wasn't an issue.Will make again and again. thank you !
these were delicious! very easy to make and very fudgy, my guests loved this. i did bake it in a smaller pan, so they were thicker. i sprinkled them with confectioners sugar, great kfp recipe, thanks for sharing it.
Passover baked goods either don't taste too great or are time consuming to make. This one is really delicious and easy to make. I solved the thinness problem by increasing the recipe by 1/3 and they turned out great.
I have Ducky for the "2004 pick your chef" cookoff. I couldn't wait until June! My husband wanted brownies so I went with Ducky's. Usually I use unsweetened chocolate instead of cocoa as I had not found a good cocoa recipe - all were too cakie. Now I have a fudgie one! I am no longer tied to having unsweetened chocolate around to make brownies! So I now own my first Matzo meal (although I am sure flour would have worked since there is so little) and am on a Matzo roll! I used a 7x11 pan per Ducky's suggestion that they were a little thin in a 9x13. The height was perfect!