Original recipe yields 32 servings
Based on a 2,000 calorie diet
After reading the other suggestions, I realized that the measurements were, indeed, reversed for the salt and honey (use 1 tsp salt and 3 T honey!). Even after making the adjustments with the s...
The bread came out very heavy and difficult for individuals to break apart. I do not recommend this recipe at all.
I tried to make one loaf of this. Problem was that I added 3/4 Tablespoon of salt instead of 3/4 Teaspoon. Everyone loved it, but it was obviously way too salty. Goes well with other food. I...
I adjusted the salt (1 tsp) and added more honey (4tsp). Next time I will add more honey. It required more flour, about 6 cups. We used this recipe for our matzo bread at Passover. If you ro...
This recipe is way too salty. I was expecting chewy, not doughy when it was done. The consistency was more like that of bread that had not cooked fully and I let it cook past the full time rec...
I use this recipe all the time. It is excellent for communion. The kids love it! Sweet and chewey. I cut it into small pieces, since it is so chewey.
I really liked the bread but not for communion. It was way to hard to tear and very heavy. But we sure enjoyed eating it at home. I won't make it again though.
This bread turned out tough and chewy, but not particularly tasty. It is quite salty and not sweet. I do not recommend it.