As kids, matzo replaced any semblance of bread in our house and our resentment for the bread of affliction grew. We’d eat it with just about anything to cover the bland cardboard-like taste we couldn’t escape and look confused when friends would try it and seem to enjoy it. Not until this year did I realize that matzo doesn’t have to be a tasteless cracker in a perfect square. It can be lovely, irregular shapes hot out of the oven with just the right amount of salt. Homemade matzo is so good y’all, I can’t express my love for it enough. Like good enough to eat year-round. It’s also easy as all and uses only 4 ingredients, all of which you probably have on hand right now.
If you’re looking for a quick recipe and want to dazzle your seder guests (or host!) this is it!
Let us know how you break bread. #closedloopcooking
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