Monday, April 21, 2008

Mini Matza Pizza for March of Dimes

I was introduced to Matza about a year ago. Matza is easily available in New York city and especially during the week of Passover. Matza is basically unleavened bread. I love the shape and look of a whole Matza. They are so precisely square. I also like the crunch you get when you bite into a piece.

A Mini Matza pizza takes about 5 minutes to make, 7 minutes if you have an unopened box of Matza! I am submitting this to Holly at Holly is increasing awareness about March of Dimes through this event. March of Dimes focuses on stuff affecting babies. I love babies, and my sister just had a baby, so I liked the idea of the event.

Check out all the other entries for this event at Holly has done a lovely round-up of all the entries.

This is how I made this yummy and easy snack.

Ingredients (for each mini pizza):

1 piece of Matza broken into 4 some what equal pieces
A tablespoon of your favorite pasta sauce
A tablespoon of shredded mozzarella cheese


Spread sauce on Matza, sprinkle with cheese, microwave for about 10 seconds or until cheese melts. Serve immediately, keep making more till you are satisfied!


PheMom said...

Thanks for participating! We love pizza at our house, so we'll have to give this a shot!

Traveling Tummy said...

Thanks Holly! Looking forward to the round-up. Your blog makes me want to leave work and bake!