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Traditional shmurah matzah for your Passover table

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Traditional handmade shmurah matzah is recommended for seder use. Include handmade Shmurah Matzah at your seder table and share this sacred tradition with your friends and family.

Handmade shmura matzah is available in many Jewish supermarkets, and are often available for purchase at synagogues and Chabad centers around the world.

In case you can’t find Shmurah Matzah locally, we put together several links where you can order Shmurah Matzah online:

Order via Amazon.com Handmade Shmurah Matzah from Israel



Shmurah Matzah
Holyland Hand Made Shmura Matzo - 1 pounds. Product of Israel. All Natural. Kosher for Passover.







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Matzah Gift Packs - 3 Matzot



Shmurah Matzah
Includes 3 matzot. Options include, matzot baked in Israel and Ukraine.
$9 per pack of 3 or $21 for a pound





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Shmurah Matzah
Includes approximately 7 matzot in color box. Baked in Israel.
$22.50 per lb.

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Whole Wheat Shmurah Matzah
1 lb. 100% whole wheat shmurah matzah. Includes approximately 7 matzot. Baked in USA.
$27.00 per lb.

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Spelt Shmurah Matzah
1 box of 100% spelt shmurah matzah. Includes 6 matzot. Contains 100% certified organic spelt. Baked in USA. 
$31.00 per box

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Martine Torriero New providence , Nj via fcnj.com April 4, 2017

Thank you Leeba The gluten free matzo balls sound very good. I'll be making them. Reply

Steve Little Egg Harbor NJ April 1, 2017

Does anyone know where I can find nyafat? I grew up on onion flavored nyafat and can't find it anymore. Love to make fried matzah with it. Thanks. Reply

Anonymous Plainview March 31, 2017

Is there a place that actually bakes the shmura matzo for purchase? The boxed ones I bought in the past were too charred to eat. Is there a particular brand that I should look for ?
Thank you
Diane Reply

Chabad.org Staff April 3, 2017
in response to Anonymous:

In the USA there are several shmurah matzah bakeries in New York City. I don't think there any elsewhere in the States. Reply

M. Diane Flushing, NY April 4, 2017
in response to Anonymous:

Hi Diane,
I find hand made shmura matzo at one of my local butchers. They are gigantic and so crispy that i have not yet been able to get a bag of them home without breaking. So I get those just for eating during Passover (and other times too) but for the Seder I want perfectly round unbroken ones so I purchase those boxed and imported from Israel that you can get at any Kosher market at this time of year. But gee whiz, those boxed ones are $11 per box. The gigantic ones i get at the butcher are only $5.00 a bag for three (at other times of the year they are less expensive - by a buck!). You should call butchers in your area, Kosher stores even synagogues. Do a deep Google! A drive from Plainview to Flushing would be bit much, but, write again if you can't find it and i'll get you the addresses of where I buy it. This is when one realizes another benefit of living within/very near a thriving Jewish community. Thank G-d! Happy Passover Reply

Anonymous March 17, 2017

Thank you for posting this excellent resource! Reply

Elishavah Albion March 24, 2015

Anyone know of a vegan hagadah? thanks. Reply

Bea/Paul Agle WNY March 23, 2015

Check the reviews... Holyland Handmade Shmura not so good quality I got a box last year and they were, as the other reviews state, burned. I love toasty toast but this product truly was not edible and I enjoy Matzot. It was fun to have actual Shmurah but it was more show, we ended up eating the square, store bought that I purchased just in case these did not arrive on time. Reply

Leeba (Kelly Rae) Sydney, AU March 14, 2010

Slightly off topic...gluten free Here is a recipe for gluten free kneidlach (matzah balls). I beat the egg whites separately and fold them in for a much lighter end product.
1 tsp minced fresh dill
1 tbsp flax seed meal-finely ground flax seeds
1/4 tsp white pepper
1 tbsp chicken fat or vegetable oil or softened margarine
1 egg - separated
1/4 c potato starch
1/4 c finely ground almond meal .
1/4 tsp salt
Directions
#1 Beat egg yolk with salt & pepper. Beat egg white until stiff
#2 Add remaining ingredients, & mix well. Carefully fold in beaten egg white
#3 Refrigerate for 1 hr
#4 Add extra potato starch, if necessary, until the batter is firm enough to be rolled into balls with your hands - It will still be sticky, but not too wet to handle.
Using clean, dry hands, roll a tbsp of dough at a time into balls
#5 Submerge with slotted spoon into gently boiling broth
#6 Allow to cook for approximately 10 mins or until each ball has puffed up a bit and is cooked all the way through Reply

tzvi mitzpa ramon, israel March 14, 2010

barley shmurah matzo Does anyone know where I can get barley Shmura Matzo? Thanks! Reply

Daniela March 11, 2010

gluten Chabad: you are awesome. Yet another outstanding service to all the Jewish world. THANK YOU A LOT.
Please dear readers if someone has a severe form of celiac (not just a mild intolerance) and are not used to eating oats, it is very important for them to take the time to talk to their doctor. There are allergens that are not gluten but cross-sensitivity is not uncommon, and we don't usually eat oats in our normal diet so we may not be aware. It is no joke. Have a kosher and joyous holiday. Reply

J. Hein San Diego, ca March 10, 2010

French matzoh There is a matzoh that is sold in France. It is made in the style of Oran, in North Africa. It is flavored with wine and orange.

Has anyone found it in the USA?
HELP! We really would like to have some this year.
Thank you. Reply

Daniela March 10, 2010

gluten There is low gluten grain and you should try to find it ASAP and ask assistance from someone who can bake matza, if it is possible for you to eat a little bit of gluten and have the minimal amount of low gluten matza at the seder. I do not know of commercial products. If it is not possible for you to find low gluten wheat, post again or ask my email, I will try to look for my contacts. There are products that are kasher le Pesach and are completely gluten free and look like matza, but i dont think they fulfill the mitzva for the seder, or so i was told by a Rabbi i asked for assistance when someone had this problem. The Rabbi personally hand-baked matza for that person. Then again may be somewhere else it is possible to find. Reply

Chani Benjaminson, chabad.org March 10, 2010

Gluten free matzah Our partners at matzahonline.com have an oat gluten-free matzah available for sale directly on their website. Reply

Prof. Steve Grubman-Black March 9, 2010

glten free matza for Pesach I am looking for matza that is both kosher for Pesach and gluten free.
Thank you very much. Reply

daniela April 7, 2009

shmurah it is "guarded" matzah made with grains that were guarded all the way from the harvest to storage to milling all the way to the matza making, to make sure there is no humidity that comes in contact with them. Chabad has the custom of using hand-made shmurah matzah (there are also machine-made shmura matzah you can buy). If you have some of those, use them for the seder. Regular matzah which is certified kosher for pesach is of course perfectly OK. Chag Pesach Sameach. Reply

Anonymous via chabadnatick.com April 6, 2009

SHMURAH matzah.

What is it that makes it different than just matzoh and WHY. Reply

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