At a loss for what to eat for tonight, our very last Passover meal, I made something we should have been eating all along, Matzoh Pizza.
So much simpler than real pizza and almost as satisfying, this should be everyone's Passover staple. I would even consider serving it as an hors d'oeuvres when it isn't Passover. It was that good. And mind you, I prepared ours with cheddar, cup cheese, and parmiggiano which is all I had around the house. It was such a breeze I feel a recipe is not even required.
I made a simple tomato sauce with fire-roasted tomatoes and a bit of diced onion, hint of oregano. Smeared this on the matzos, the sprinkled with freshly grated cheeses and waved a bit of olive oil atop, placed in oven for 8 minutes at 450 F.
If you have any extra matzoh lying about the house, this will put it to good use, unless of course you are planning to make to make the chocolate-caramel matzoh, that is!
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