Matzah (or matzo) is a type of flat cracker that is a central part of the Jewish holiday of Passover. Whether or not your family celebrates Passover, you and the kids may have seen shelves of extra matzah in your local supermarket this time of year. Unsalted and unleavened, matzah is not exactly bursting with flavor … but it’s great at soaking it up!
One of our favorite matzah dishes is Classic Matzah Brei. Sort of like a quick French toast, this delicious mix of softened matzah crackers and scrambled eggs tastes great plain with a little extra salt, or sweetened up with maple syrup or apple sauce!