Giveaway: Passover Matzo / Matzah – iPhone Case!

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ERMAHGERD you guys! I’m obsessed with this Passover Matzo iPhone case from Sealed with a Case. Ob-sessed.

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Sorry to sound like a 15 year old Justin Bieber fan but it’s just too genius. Perfect for the friend who always needs her phone with her, even at the seder table, right? This sucker blends right in! Just don’t get it confused with the afikomen (ba dum cha!) I totally want one. And now you can win a Passover Matzo / Matzah – iPhone Case too!

One lucky WJWE winner can have his choice of iPhone 4/4S, and 5, as well as the Samsung Galaxy – and they are available with black, clear, or white sides. The power is yours!

To Enter:

  • Leave a comment below answering this question: What’s your favorite recipe with matzo?
  • For a bonus entry, like WJWE on Facebook and share this contest with your Facebook friends! Then leave another comment below saying Jew did. 
  • For one more bonus entry, sign up to receive WJWE emails by entering your email in the “Subscribe to WJWE via Email” on the right column and leave a comment saying you are signed up!
  • For even one more bonus entry, follow WJWE on Pinterest, then repin this post and leave a comment saying you did!
  • Lastly, you can Stumbleupon this contest and leave a comment saying you did! (link at end of post)

You have until 11:59 pm CT on Thursday, March 7 to enter, and I’ll pick a winner Friday, March 8. Good luck! USA entrants only.

Plus, even if you don’t win everyone can get 15% off a case by using the discount code: KISS15 

Mazel!

Amy

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This giveaway is sponsored by Sealed with a Case, but all opinions are my own.

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  1. Marcia says

    I just love the matzoh crunch that everyone has been making but there is just nothing like my dad’s matzoh brei …

  2. Joanne says

    The best is still peanut butter and jelly on matzah. Home made jelly and chocolate peanut butter if course!

  3. Marcee says

    Yummers! Endless recipes. Nothing like matzo + sweet butter though. Maybe w/a touch of strawberry jam. As kids mom would let us each have a full cracker. We’d all be chomping and crunching in the backyard on our two gliders! Such great memories to pass down.

  4. Judy says

    My favorite is actually made from matzah meal …. Potato pudding (kugel). Yum! If you are taking straight matzah, I made a mean matzah stuffing.

  5. Larry Weisberg says

    I’m still a fried matzoh boy… a little egg, a little oil… and little maple syrup… yummy for my tummy.

  6. Carolyn Savitzky says

    Actually I have three.. Matza brie, matza pizza and matza covered with toffee and chocolate..
    (Boil together 1/2 lb of butter and 1 cup sugar to make toffee. Pour over 4 sheets of matza on foilmcovered baking sheet, then bake for 10 minutes in 350° oven. Remove from oven. Spread with chocolate chips which melt on top of the warm toffee.)

  7. Andrea Bossoni says

    My current matzo favorites are chocolate-covered caramel matzo crunch and sautéed matzo balls, which I make with leftover matzo balls. But even salty sometimes, it depends on the moment :)

  8. leah k says

    i make a chocolate toffee covered matazoh and i LOVE IT (and would totally make it year round but it involves a lot of butter!)

  9. says

    My dear friend Orit’s eggplant Matza lasagna with tons of cheese, tomatoes, egglplants and zucchini, with just a touch of spice and sweetness. AWEsome.

  10. Cindy says

    Matzo brei with maple syrup has to be my favorite! Growing up my mom made the best matzo brie. She cooked for an army so there was always some left over. We put it outside and the blue jays would come and eat it because it was so delicious!

  11. Susanne says

    1. My mother’s matzah brie
    2. Chocolate buttercrunch matzah
    3. Mina de pesach with matzah and ground lamb

  12. says

    I have two favorite ways to use Matzoh: Fried in buttah with lots of egg and in Matzoh “crack” the chocolate, pecan, caramel brittle.

  13. Hannah says

    Oh, to pick only one…can’t. Matzo Brie (my mom’s hungarian way), matzo w butter or cream cheese and jam and our family’s favorite – Matzo Pizza. Simple.

  14. says

    Chop celery into very small cubes. Place into a bowl of drained canned tuna. Mix the tuna and celery generously with mayonaise. Place mixture on matzo.

    BAM

    Tuna on matzo.

  15. Sharon Solove says

    I don’t know the name, though it’s a chocolate and sugary covered matzah goodness my sister-in-law makes.

  16. Veronica Ioselev says

    There is nothing, NOTHING, better than matzoh ball soup fresh from your parent’s kitchen. A matzoh at its best!!

  17. Dana says

    my moms matzoh ball soup…or matzoh crack…or matzoh brei with melted Brie and homemade chunky applesauce! I love matzoh

  18. says

    My favorite recipe with matzo is Latin-american Matzo Pizza: matzo with tomato sauce, mozzarella, sweet corn, onion, avocato, mushrooms, olives and oregano. (plus salt and pepper).

  19. Abby says

    I make a matzoh torte with egg matzohs, dipped in wine, with chocolate frosting between the layers – totally parve.

  20. francine says

    What’s my favorite mazah dish?
    Everything with matzah is delish!
    But my fav is matzah brie,
    This Peseach give it a try!

  21. Charlie Friedman says

    Matzah brei, not sweetened, just with a little salt. Lower blood pressure can wait for Pesach to end!

  22. says

    Matzoh, broken up, drizzled in melted chocolate, mixed with mini marshmallows, and set in cupcake liners to harden the chocolate….mmmmmm

  23. says

    O. M. G. That is really too funny! I’m a droid user, not iPhone, so don’t enter me. But favorite recipe with matzoh…the Hub says his is Hillel sandwiches. I asked for specifics and he said “It’s the Hillel sandwich” as though that explained it all. I love those, too. We also like something called “fried matzoh” which, according to my MIL, is like French toast. I don’t see it. To me, it’s more like scrambled eggs with matzoh in it and so I have affectionately dubbed the dish “matzoh eggs.” Either way, it’s a good one and you can do it sweet or savory. He likes sweet; I prefer savory – go figure.

  24. Gill says

    I absolutely love matzo brei and also matzo ball soup!

    Thank you for your kind and generous giveaway.

  25. says

    My favorite matzo recipie is:
    Two matzo’s one well beaten egg with a tablespoon of milk, on small onion, no salt or other condiments, fry in a pan with olive oil until done to taste. Eat with passover whipped real butter, or other butter.

  26. racelle rosett says

    Done and Done. My friend Karen makes crazy good matzoh toffee candy I’ll ask her for the recipe.

  27. says

    matzah with hummus or matzah with habanero sauce
    I COMMENTED,,,I LIKED,,,,, I SHARED,,,I SIGNED EMAIL ,,,, I TWEETED ,,,,I REPINNED,,,,,,
    THANKS SHALOM !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  28. Liz says

    my mind is crunching, my phone needs some classic Jewness and spread some awareness.

  29. Ron Hillman says

    Matzah is great with everything for about two days!!! I love matzah ball soup!!!

  30. says

    There are soo many great ones, but I always fall back to the old standard of matzo with sweet cream butter. My Grandma used to make that for us, as a snack, so it brings back wonderful memories of her!

  31. Kim L. says

    My little ones enjoy helping make Matzah Pizza!! It’s a must for us during passover!! Plus the fact that my husband and son love Matzah and eat it year round!

  32. Bluma says

    matzah pizza is so easy. a little sauce a little ,some fresh veggies, sprinkle a little cheese,broil for about 5 mins.voila,matzoh pizza.!

  33. Lucy Fox says

    I love Matzo Mina which is a Sephardy Matza Pie layered with chicken and veggies. Yummy

  34. Jodi Eligberg says

    Cinnamon matza balls! Yes, it’s true. They are great in chicken soup. Old family tradition. Take matza balls made the night before, allow to cool/dry in fridge, then roll in cinnamon & sugar and bake in the oven until crusty. Ounds weird but truly yummy!

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