Don't forget, this recipe makes amazing Passover hotdog rolls.
There are two Passover roll camps: those who view the cream paste versions as counterfeit and inappropriate, and those who accept what must be done. These inventive matzoh rolls, a classic of Passover, can be filled with tuna or egg salad for Passover brown bag lunches, used as hotdog rolls, or serve them as a breakfast roll. You can make them big or small, oval or round, use a pastry bag to make them professional looking or just deposit the wet dough with a spoon on the baking sheet. It it still a nice respite from matzoh and as versatile as you like. They cost (in bakeries here, at least) about $2.00 a roll! Good incentive to make your own.