We made matzah bread (crackers) to go with our school this week. We have been reading Mrs. Katz and Tush and learning about Jewish foods and Passover. I looked through a number of recipes online and in some of the children’s books we borrowed from the library. This seemed like one of the easiest ones:
It was difficult to roll it out super thin and I think ours was probably still thicker than its supposed to be. But I actually liked the thicker pieces the best.
After we rolled it out, we poked holes in it to keep it from rising:
And the finished product:
At first, I wasn’t too fond of it, but it quickly became addicting to snack on. And after trying the store bought version, I can say that homemade is better without a doubt (like most things!).