April 19 2011

Two Pieces of Matzo is Better Than One

Happy second night of Passover!

The following blog post was inspired by a comment I received today from one of my readers. 

Tracy asked: “Just curious why do you layer two pieces on top of each other, vs just making it one layer?”

Well Tracy this is an excellent question.  My matzo pizza calls for two layers instead of the traditional one layer for one major reason.  The double layer provides the eater with more of an actual pizza crust experience. The cheese and the sauce work together with the two pieces of matzo to give you mouthful after mouthful of delicious matzo pizza that tastes like a wonderful slice of thin crust pizza. Dare I say it brings you back to a hot slice on Flatbush Avenue in Brooklyn? I personally highly recommend it.

That my friends answers the question: Why on this night do we use two pieces of matzo instead of just one.


Comments:

made your matzoh pizza for lunch yesterday!  so good!

By elana on 2011 04 20


My Bernie’s matzo pizza is so good I sometimes find myself saying “lets make matzo pizza” instead of “lets go out for a slice.” When passover comes around, I have no problem with matzo being our only pizza option!

By Gertie Mendelbaum on 2011 04 20


This matzo pizza is the best I have ever had - it is so clever to use two pieces of matzo to complete the flavor…..what a find!

By fz on 2011 04 20


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