Why is Passover different from all other nights? Because starting on the evening of April 3, 2015, and for the eight days following, many who celebrate the Jewish holiday will be eating cardboard.
By cardboard, we mean matzo. For those who do not know, matzo (or matzah) is unleavened bread. Or, depending on how you look at it, a large tasteless cracker.
For the eight days of Passover, it is customary to eat nothing that rises in remembrance of the Jews' exodus from Egypt (the haste of which meant there was no time for bread to rise). Food options include meat, vegetables, fruits and, well, more matzo. Matzo and butter. Matzo and cheese. Or, if you're feeling daring, matzo and Nutella.
While some egg matzos are just fine on their own, eight days of anything can easily get old. Once Passover seder leftovers are finished, the week's menu starts to dry up, leaving us hungry and angry. Hangry.
So we've decided to help out those who are too exhausted by bland matzo to help themselves. Everyone may have different tastes when it comes to food, but these 20 recipes have an idea for every matzo-eating foodie.