Matzoh, the flat, unleavened bread eaten during the holiday of Passover, is one of the most distinctive Jewish foods. Made from nothing more than flour (typically wheat, but also barley, spelt, rye, or oat) and water, it represents the simple bread the Israelites took with them when they left slavery in Ancient Egypt.
When most people think of matzoh, they envision flat, square crackers dotted with fork prick-like perforations. They also tend to think, "boring." But there are actually many different varieties to choose from, including gluten-free, chocolate-covered, and even soft versions. Spice up this year's matzoh routine by stocking your cabinet with one or more of the following matzoh variations.