Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Gluten Free Matzo

What is matzo?  It is the flat unleavened bread that the Jewish people took when they were fleeing Egypt.

It is essentially a large flat cracker.  It is used for some holidays but it tastes great all year long.

Well, since being diagnosed I have had to do without matzo - so I started looking and found GF Matzo.
It is made with tapioca starch, potato starch and flour, palm oil, vinegar, egg yolks, honey and salt.  It tastes great (for matzo that is).

You can eat it plain, use it as a cracker for spreads or dips, make a sandwich like peanut butter and jelly or crumble it and use it as crumbs.  For breakfast we make fried matzo.  Break it into pieces and soak in some water to moisten it and then drain off the water.  Mix in eggs to coat the pieces, then fry in a pan with some butter.  You can top with salt and pepper or some people sprinkle sugar on top.

I ordered on line and we received the order in a few days.

The Un-Gluten Guy

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