noun. ['ˈmætsə'] brittle flat bread eaten at Passover.
1. Noun, singular or mass Matzo (also spelled matzoh or matzah) bread is an ancient form of unleavened bread, meaning that it is made without the use of yeast or any other rising agent. 2. Verb, past tense Whisk matzoh flour with cold water to make a slurry, generally in a ratio of 1 tablespoon with 1/4 cup of cold water for a small amount of gravy. 3. Adjective Options may include honey nut cake, or chocolate cake made with or without matzoh cake meal.