Homemade Matzo

Superior in taste to the store-bought variety, homemade matzo is quite easy to prepare. Use it to make Chef Michael Solomonov's Brisket with Spiced Coffee and Charoset Juice, which layers the braised meat between pieces of matzo in a casserole dish (see related recipe at left).
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koshermama
,Brooklyn
,NY
April 1, 2012
Ability level:Professional
Cooks for:Over 10 people
Cooks:Every day
Would You Recommend? No
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this cant be used for pesach
April 1, 2012
Pesach is a when Jews are biblically commanded not to eat any chometz. We eat matzahs that are specially prepared with many intricate details to avoid eating chometz. The flour used is specially harvested and guarded to make sure it did not come in contact with water. Also from the point of contact with water to baking has to be less than 18 minutes.
Thats in a nutshell. Do not attempt to make this recipe in your own home as it would not be kosher for Pesach. If you want to make your own matzah you can go to your local matzah bakery-- there aren't too many in the Uniteed States and see what kind of arrangements you can make.
Have a kosher and happy Pesach!
Cons: Confusing