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Gluten Free Matzo

 

Gluten Free Matzo

Gluten Free Matzo

*1 cup of gluten-free flour

½ cup of almond flour (ground almonds)

1 tsp. sea salt or kosher salt

6 Tbs. water

Extra sea salt for sprinkling on top

Bake in preheated oven, 450 degrees for 10 min’s.

Mix all ingredients together, add more water if it is too dry. Form into one ball, then flatten onto cookie sheet and use a rolling-pin to roll into thin cracker depth. Cut into squares and gently prick with a fork. Brush with olive oil and then sprinkle with sea salt. Bake for 10 minutes. Serves 5

*Gluten Free Flour- This makes more than the cup you’ll need in your recipe up above

3/4 cup rice flour

3/4 cup of brown rice flour

1/2 cup potato flour

1/4 cup of tapioca flour

Form dough into ball

Flatten into depth of a cracker

Slice into squares or desired shape

 

Baked Gluten Free Matzo

 

Comments

  1. Stephanie Yu says:

    Hi there! I’m noticing that you do gluten free. I’m just curious as to why? It seems that quite a lot of people have adopted this type of lifestyle. Many of my friends are gluten free for one reason or another. One has an inflammatory response in her joints when consuming gluten. Others have belly issues. I’m gathering information to determine if wheat is a good thing to be giving my family or not so good.

    • Good question Stephanie. A lot of people can’t tolerate eating wheat and other grains that are not prepared the right way. Here is an article about eating grains the right way http://www.foodrenegade.com/how-to-eat-grains/. Most people don’t know why they can’t tolerate gluten, they just know it’s making them ill. Hence, most people go on a gluten free diet. In our family we either soak our organic whole grains or we buy other Gluten free ingredients.

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