This matzah recipe can be used during the Feast of Unleavened Bread.
This matzah recipe can be used during the Feast of Unleavened Bread.
I greatly appreciated the thorough instructions on this recipe. However, these crackers desperately need oil IN the dough, not just an "anointing" after baking. Following the directions exactly as written produced a kettle cooked potato chip like consistency instead of the familiar crisp-flaky matzo. After checking several Kosher recipes online, I'll be making these with the oil mixed into the flour in the future.Read More
this was very yummy I made it for using with hummus and it was very good...will make again
I made this last year for Passover, everyone loved it. Will be making again today. I make three batches, it is not hard and tastes a thousand times better than store bought. Thanks for sharing!
got an enthusiastic thumbs up from my kids who ate them 5 minutes out of the oven. The only change I made was using regular salt instead of kosher. This was super easy and quick to make and with 6 kids hungry all the time, it will be nice to make these in about 30 minutes.
I greatly appreciated the thorough instructions on this recipe. However, these crackers desperately need oil IN the dough, not just an "anointing" after baking. Following the directions exactly as written produced a kettle cooked potato chip like consistency instead of the familiar crisp-flaky matzo. After checking several Kosher recipes online, I'll be making these with the oil mixed into the flour in the future.
The recipe is fine
Perfect! I made a flatbread pizza with this and it was delicious
I made this for communion at our place of worship. Everyone said..."Wow, is ok to want to say YUMMM! when you are taking communion?" Everyone loved it. Thanks for sharing this recipe.
awesome receipe. Instructions are complete. My Matzah turned out perfect!
Excellent recipe, very tasty and so quick and easy to make. My 6yr old daughter made this.
Knowing that this is Karaite-style matzah instead of Rabbinate-style matzah, I now know (despite that I took longer sometimes, and partly due to that I'm disabled and did not see the pictures before) that I made the matzah correctly and feel more comforted.
Made it tonight! It is great! My family devoured them. I had some price shock when buying the Matzah box of crackers, nearly five dollars! The ingredients listed: wheat flour, water, salt. Now I am excited to make onion with onion powder, or maybe some fresh chives, cheese...possibilities are endless! Whoo hoo!
After I rolled to eight inches they were paper thin (as the instructions said they would be). At two minutes per side they were just cooked. I did two minutes the first side and 3 minutes the second side.
This worked great. Thank you! My husband is a pastor and I made it for him to use for communion.
Easy to understand and execute. In using this recipe with standard white flour I have discovered that I prefer whole wheat flour. To me it has better taste. So I also discovered the the type of ready-made matzah crackers as well. I did find the time limit for Passover compliant matzah to be attainable on my first try. Unfortunately, some my matzah then morphed into Matzah Pizza with cheese and pepperoni added on the re-bake. This was certainly tasty, but may not be allow Passover.
Delicious. however, these are pretty bland, adding spices or using the matzah like craker with dips are good to. but, these are just as good with out any additions, just more plain.
This is really good, tastes like bakes chips or crackers. Super exhausting to make with all the rolling... I made two batches and was hot and tired when I finally finished 2 hours later...
The ingredients work fine, but what puts this recipe over the top is the explicit instructions. I've baked a lot, but matzoh is thin and has these very specific parameters--you did a great job walking me through the process until I got a feel for how to do it. Thanks!!
I'm not sure if it's Kosher but I like it cooked on the stovetop more. This is so easy that my kids are making it. Thanks!
This was very easy! I will experiment to see how I might use this bread for more than just communion...with hummus, roasted garlic and pesto..???
If you are looking to make matzah that is kosher for Passover, don't add the salt to the dough and don't add the oil. You may want to research more what makes matzah kosher for Passover but in most traditions, it's flour and water only, with a couple of exceptions in Sephardic communities or for pekuah nefesh. (One of the reviewers suggested adding oil to the dough, which would probably make it a much nicer cracker, but it wouldn't be kosher for Pesach.)
This is truly a wonderful recipe! Absolutely Delicious; ) if i could give 10 stars I would! These were so simple to make it honestly couldnt get any easier then this! I seasoned mine with a variety of seasoned toppings Black pepper,garlic,salt yummmmm!
NOt bad for a first time! The olive oil and salt are really good!
I made this for Passover this year, because our local grocery store was out of Kosher Matzah in the box. What a wonderful experience! Goodbye hard, bland crackers! This is crisp, fresh, and can be adjusted to your family's tastes. I will never buy boxed Matzah again!
Recipe worked great! I rolled the dough as thin as I could and was pleased with the results. I can't buy matzo locally, but it's ready and quick to make at home ;)
I made this last year for Passover and my family loved it!
I love this recipe! It's better than Hard Tack! It is also easier to make than hard tack. Though, I wonder if the addition of oil will reduce its shelf time? Can I just omit the oil and have a very thin version of hard tack?
We use this recipe for Communion at our Church. Everyone wants the left overs after service. Love this Matzah Recipe!
These were easy to make and tasted great. I started making these on my pizelle maker but because I had to make 80 servings for a Seder (passover) meal, I also used our oven to quicken the process. There were less bubbles formed in the matzah made in the pizelle than the oven baked versions. Would like to try adding other seasonings on these next time for variety.
it was good. I made it for passover and it was a hit!
Made them for seder Friday night and everyone loved them!
Very good. I'll use to to make Matzah Brei.
Thank you for this! SO much better than the store bought ones we usually get.
The dough stuck to everything ... not enough flour. I'll stick to store bought in the future. Less mess and hassle.
It turned out really well, I attempted to make it kosher but I waited on the oven for too long. Most definitely will make again. Will be perfect for school lunches.
This made 8 matzos ...and they are quite tasty. If you want them to look pretty, trim the edges to make squares after you roll them out . This is a keeper.
Thank you for the recipe. I am a believer and follower of Yeshua . Also- everyone making this recipe should note that it is important for no flour to touch the water being used. This means on the rolling pin, bowl, and measuring cup, otherwise the 18 minutes will begin too soon, and you will be unable to make unleavened bread. God bless,
I have used this recipe a number of times now, but I perfer to divide the dough into only four loaves of the stated diameter instead of the noted eight, and I bake them in a hot, non-greased, covered, cast iron skillet for 2-2 1/2 minutes per side. Doing so results in four soft, pliable loaves suitible for folding or rolling up. The bread is soft and chewy, and, of course, delicious!
Amazing - happy Passover
Easy, they are in the oven now. So
Hang on let's see.
First time, I hope this is it!! Looks fabulous
So easy to make. I also tried it with whole wheat flour, which needed a little more water. Both ways were eaten quickly.
I've been making it every day this week. It's wonderful! If you just follow the instructions, you get better and better at it. They taste so good! Where I am we can't get packaged matzah, and I've become glad that that's the case! These taste so much better! and they're kosher for Pesach!
loved this recipe, will make it again for sure!
Great recipe! I love the background on the making of the matzah! Delicious!
Made it. Tasty! Love the simplicity! Very easy, and the minimal time it DOES take, is very relaxing and makes it feel like it is made with LOVE.
It works great for Passover! It did need one more minute one each side in the oven to get golden brown, but overall, tastes and looks amazing.
Practice for Passover and it turned out really good! I ended up adding the salt and oil (avocado oil, since I was out of olive oil) to the dough mix rather than putting on top after baking. Made the flavor consistent throughout. I certainly won't be putting Manischewitz out of business anytime soon but it'll be a good addition to this year's seder.
I found the instructions to be somewhat wordy and convoluted. The matzoh needed more than the prescribed amount of flour in order to roll out without sticking to the countertop. The finished product was not very tasty at all.
Didn't read the instructions properly, so ended up with 1 large pancake, which I will use for a pizza crust.
Very fun and good
These were super easy to make. Will definitely make again. And will use butter on top when just making a snack.
These turned out great. So easy to make. Made these for Passover but will make with additions for a quick go to cracker recipe for general snaking! Thanks for the recipe
So glad to have this recipe! There was no Matzah in the stores in our neighborhood! We loved it. Thanks :))
I made these , they are delicious. I did add some Vegetable oil spread just 1tbs to the dough and blend it and the flour and salt together then added the water I also made a batch of gluten free ones that turned out very good!