If you are looking for a delicious unleavened bread for Passover, look no further!
We have put together the best unleavened flat bread recipes for you.
What is unleavened bread?
Unleavened bread is a type of thin bread made without any rising agent or leavening agent (such as yeast).
Usually unleavened breads are flat breads and are made using an easy recipe with simple ingredients.
Some different types of unleavened breads:
- matzo – a popular Jewish flat bread used by many Jewish families, uses matzo meal
- tortilla – Mexican flatbread
- bataw – unleavened bread made of barley, corn, or wheat, traditional in Egypt
- roti – Indian flat bread
Another type of unleavened bread could be a pita bread or even a naan bread. There are lots of different recipes out there that will work for an easy unleavened bread recipe.
You can make unleavened bread with different flours, some use whole wheat flour and even a gluten-free flour will work.
There was a meaningful feast in the Bible called Feast of Passover. The Jewish people would eat lamb, unleavened bread, and bitter herbs to remember that God delivered them from the land of Egypt and led them to the promised land.
The Jewish people would then eat unleavened bread for seven days during this time.
The Passover holiday is a beautiful tradition and making your own unleavened bread is a meaningful way to celebrate just like they did in ancient times.
Here are 10 recipes to make unleavened bread in different ways:
If you have leftover bread, store in an airtight container for 7-8 days.
Another great way to use the bread is as a pizza crust. Just add sauce and your favorite toppings for a delicious meal.
You could also break the bread into small pieces and serve with some homemade hummus or cottage cheese.
However you use it, it’s a delicious bread.