For those who don't know what chamtez is and why I had to clean my house top-to-bottom looking for every last bread crumb/pretzel stuffed underneath the furniture. Then, completely replace all the pots plates and cooking and eating utensils. You can read up here.
Obviously we left out the bottom oblaten cookies from this recipe as they would have been "chametz!" :)
These did not seem so great at first. The are rather chewy and bland at first bite. However, they have a very nice aftertaste and I now have a bit of an addiction.
Altz en Platzen
Silky but no soft peaks. At this point I said to myself, "I'll trust you on this Rose…"
Spread out on a baking sheet. Next time I'll increase the recipe so as to fill the baking sheet all the way.
Choresh bodem jun, ratatouille, chicken soup with chicken balls (no matzo balls since we don't wet our matzah "gebroks".)
Hey, who's Passover kitchen do you think this is?
A sheet cookie. Very sticky.
All the sticky stuff that stuck to the knife I rolled into balls.
Matzah Pizza with the leftover matzah has become a family tradition. No, I did not bake my own matzah in our home oven as the laws can get rather complex and I want to make sure it is actually kosher and not "chametz" when we eat it. We eat only the hand-made "shmura" matzah. It was about $25 lb this year and our family eats about 10 lb over the holiday (although we found some for much less at Costco, G-d bless them.)
So, I put them back in the oven to crisp up a bit but I think I may prefer them softer.
Now Passover ended Yesterday so, if you will excuse me, I have to redo my kitchen again to put it back the way it was…