You’ll Want to Eat This Matzah Pizza Even After Passover Is Over

Keeping kosher for Passover is no easy task. Eight days without bread calls for some serious creativity in the kitchen, starring everyone’s favorite Passover staple (or, just passable bread replacement): matzah. The good news is that our chefs have already done the work for you, by creating an inspired sequel to another holiday recipe, the Thanksgiving Pizza.

Whether you’re actually observing Passover or not, our Matzah Pizza will stand the test of time (and flavor). You might want to keep a box of matzah in the house year round, for when the craving for a crispy, crunchy slice hits.

(quantities determined by desired amount)
– Matzah
– Tomato sauce
– Fresh mozzarella
– Crushed red pepper
– Grated Parmesan
– Dried oregano
– Fresh basil

1. Preheat oven to broil, or 500°F.
2. Place a clean wire-rack on a baking sheet. Break matzah up as needed to fit size of rack. Spoon over your favorite tomato sauce (store bought is fine, too), and top with fresh mozzarella. 3.Sprinkle over desired toppings such as crushed red pepper, grated Parmesan, and dried oregano.
4. Transfer to oven and broil until cheese is melted and slightly golden, 1–2 minutes (keep an eye on it because it can burn quickly!).
5. Remove from oven and top with fresh torn basil.
6. Allow to cool for 2 minutes before digging in!

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