noun. brittle flat bread eaten at Passover.
1. Noun, singular or mass Unleavened bread, or matzo, is a traditional food that is eaten on Passover as a reminder that the Jews who fled Egypt had no time to bake their bread before fleeing. 2. Adjective Matzo bread is made from matzo meal and water combined into a dough and baked in an oven for around 10 minutes. 3. Noun, plural To make the balls, mix matzo meal with eggs and oil or chicken fat, then drop them in the boiling broth. 4. Verb, base form Brunch items include Cobb salads, eggs Florentine and matzo ball soup.