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Matzah Toppings From Around the World

Michael Flippo

Passover begins next week, and the holiday wouldn't be complete without matzah! Our friends at The Nosher created six new ways to spice up traditional matzah, or unleavened bread. Traditionally, Jews eat matzah for the seder meal because this is the same bread the Israelites ate as they escaped the Egyptians and were freed from slavery. Check out the first one on the list below:


Before topping matzah, place matzah in oven at 350 degrees for about 10-12 minutes, to get it a bit more crispy and dry so it can hold the toppings well.

Italian Matzah: spread matzah with a thin layer of marinara, ¼ cup chopped olives and 1 Tbsp capers and ¼ cup of shredded mozzarella. Bake at 350 degrees for 8-10 minutes, or until the cheese melts. Top with freshly torn basil.

Get more Passover recipes like this one in our free recipe booklet: A Taste of Passover.  

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