Passover Recipe…Matzah

Hello Dear Friends,
A wonderful and easy Passover favorite!!
I pray you are blessed this time of remembering the Lord’s ultimate sacrifice for our sins.
What a great God we serve!!
Hearth & Home
Homemade Matzah
By Lisa Barthuly


There is a certain amount of irony when you get the call for a “bread article” as you are busy trying to get all the leaven out of your house for Passover!

 I love my breads. Homemade bread is a staple at our homestead! Challah, dinner rolls, biscuits … oh MY. However, this week it’s all about getting the leaven out and preparing to bake matzah!

The leavening is a metaphor for sin; examining ourselves, addressing and getting rid of any sin or pride (leavening = “puffed up”) in our lives during this time of year!

So today, I’ll share our family’s recipe for homemade matzah!

Matzah has many ties to the life of our Messiah. He was, of course, sinless; matzah is without leaven. He was whipped and pierced for us; matzah is striped and pierced. We are so blessed to celebrate Passover–just like He did!

Matzah Recipe

(makes about two baking sheets worth of matzah):
  • 3 cups flour (I use Wheat Montana Prairie Gold Kosher Flour)
  • 1/2 to 3/4 cup water
  • 3/4 cup olive oil
  • pinch of sea salt (optional, but makes the matzah taste much better!)

Get out everything you’ll need: bowl, mixing spoon, ingredients, lightly greased baking sheets (or aluminum foil), rolling pin and forks. Preheat your oven to 475F.

Put all ingredients in the bowl, mix and knead until the dough is soft (add a little more flour and/or olive oil as needed). Tear off hunks of dough and form balls. Then roll out into thin sheets. Prick and stripe the dough lightly with a fork. Sprinkle with some sea salt. Bake 5-7 minutes, until golden. This matzah is notcracker crisp, it is more soft, like a pita bread. The olive oil is the secret! 🙂



Visit Lisa at her “homestead on the web” and for more homemade recipes check out her book, A Simply Homemade Clean, available  

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