[ mˈatsə], [ mˈatsə], [ m_ˈa_t_s_ə]
How to use "Matzah" in context?
Matzah is a unleavened Passover bread that Jews eat as a ritual gesture of remembrance of the exodus from Egypt. Dough is mixed with salt and water, then shaped into a ball and allowed to restrepeating this process until it is smooth and elastic. The dough is then divided into six equal parts and each is rolled out into a thin sheet. A mesh grater is used to shaving off curls of potato. These curls are then spread evenly across the top of the dough, Cover with another layer of dough, and cut into 12 equal triangles.
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