As Passover quickly approaches, I’ve started thinking about desserts (of course). Here’s my classic chocolate caramel matzah.
Make sure to sprinkle your favorite nut (toasted and chopped) and some sea salt over the chocolate before it sets for an extra something special. It’s crunchy and chocolatey and rich, but the saltiness makes it (way too) easy to eat.
I like to use good quality dark chocolate to give the dessert a more grown-up friendly twist. Prefect to bring to a party or a seder–just make sure there’s plenty to go around! Try bagging a few pieces up in little plastic candy bags and tying each up with a ribbon for a lovely gift. This recipe keeps for a few days after you make it, so I can make a big batch at the beginning of the holiday and, as long as it doesn’t get eaten right away, I can serve it at the first two seders no problem.