free Unleaven Bread recipes from Apple Sauce Kids
There are many Unleaven Bread recipes around, this one is fairly simple.
5 cups flour
1 2/3 sticks butter
1 pint whipping cream
Mix together flour, butter and cream. Knead until mixed. Press onto cookie sheet and bake at 450 degrees for 15 minutes or until lightly golden.
Unleaven Bread originated as a result of God taking the children of Israel out of Egypt. They were in such a hurry to leave that they did not take the time to let their bread rise, thus the term Unleaven (or not lightened) Bread. When the order was given to leave they quickly packed their unbaked, unrised bread dough and started across the desert. The desert heat baked the bread into flat matzah. Actually any kosher bread recipe can be used as long as you DO NOT ALLOW it to rise. You can buy Unleaven Bread in many stores today, it is called matzah, matso, matzos or (pl) matzoth.
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