by Amy Crocker
This Passover staple is like a Tuna Melt, but of course, without the bread. It is important to put the tuna on the matzo first so that the cheese will melt over it. Some of you may be thinking, "I thought you couldn't eat milk and meat together." Have no fear, fish does not count as meat; fish falls into the neutral "pareve" zone. It's as kosher as lox and cream cheese.
We prefer to eat matzo melts open-faced, as we find it easier to bite through only one piece of unleavened bread. If, however, you are worried about getting your hands all full of tuna, you may place a second piece of matzo on top of the sandwich for holding, and slide it backwards as you bite along.
Don't forget to adorn the dish with celery sticks.