The original matzah balls, known in Yiddish as "knaydlaj", also called Matza balls, (matza balls) are a typical recipe of Jewish cuisine, especially Ashkenazi bean, they are made from flour matzah. They are usually served with hot soup (vegetable and chicken broth). It is a very typical meal for the days of Pesach.
A true delight!
The box contains two packages of 65 grams each, of flour prepared to make the balls, you just have to add egg and a pinch of salt.
Kasher Le Pesach (Rabanut).