Passover has passed. But unleavened bread may still fill cupboard shelves. Grocery stores may offer this kosher treat at discount prices as well.
What are some super ways to use up leftover matzo, or unleavened bread?
Here are seven delicious uses for leftover unleavened bread after Passover.
- Break up matzo wafers into a steaming bowl of soup.
- Crumble matzos into a tossed salad instead of using croutons.
- Spread peanut butter and jelly (or cream cheese and jam) on matzos for lunch.
- Serve matzos with a baked brie.
- Arrange matzos on a tray with hummus or another dip.
- Crush matzos in a zippered plastic bag (with a rolling pin), and use them as breading for fried chicken.
- Make matzo bread crumbs (see above), and sprinkle them atop a casserole before baking.
Of course, if unleavened bread becomes stale or soggy, you can always feed it to backyard birds.
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