They call it the “bread of affliction.”
Matzo, the centerpiece of the Passover table. A flavorless cracker, say some, and yet Passover is considered the foodie extravaganza of the year. Ah, that’s where the creativity comes in.
Jewish cooks sure love a challenge, and throughout the ages, imaginative cooks, like a million Iron Chefs all working with the same surprise ingredient, have molded, crumbled, whipped, layered, fried, baked, infused and combined matzo and its ground cousins with an astonishing variety of other ingredients to produce a tempting feast.
“Most Jews think about matzo only at Passover, when it appears on their Seder table,” [READ MORE HERE]
Source: OC Register