Allen's Brain does not simply thrive on coffee and bad movies. It also finds great stimulation in spicy food. My latest lab experiment combined two of my loves: Judaism and hot sauce!
Uncle Brainstein's "Oy Vey! 'At's A Spicy Matzoh Ball!"
Start with your favorite matzoh ball recipe or mix.
Instead of dropping them into boiling soup, drop them into a pan of the same amount of boiling hot sauce. My recipe calls for 2-and-a-half quarts.
(Frank's Red Hot would be ideal, but I went with the super-cheap store brand. Whatever's spicy and tangy. I love Tabasco, but I can't imagine using it. It'd get pretty expensive, too.)
Otherwise, follow your matzoh ball recipe.
The matzoh balls will absorb the soup/sauce.
You can use a funnel and pour the remaining sauce back into the bottles. It'll be a little thicker, having cooked-down.
Great added to a chicken dish or as a unique, kosher accompaniment to buffalo wings. Try 'em with ranch or bleu cheese dressing.