Seriously, I need an Orthodox Rabbi to tell me that this is OK:
This looks utterly fantastic. I know Sefardim have been doing forever. But I want to know if this is cool for Ashkenazim!
Because I want to eat this at my seder (and the rest of Pesach).
For several reasons, not the least of which is that when I imagine B’Nei Yisrael leaving Egypt with their dough that didn’t have time to rise, this is what I imagine.
And when I eat Korech and say that little intro about Hillel, I am almost certain that this is what he was using (a korbon pesach wrap!!)
And imagine the matza pizza!!
After a quick perusal of the website, the only objection I can see to this being unacceptable for Ashkenazim is “that’s just not what we do.” In other words, an objection of convention rather than halachah. And to that, I direct you to the blog subheader for my answer (quoted from Ralph Waldo Emerson): “A foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds.”
I’m not saying there isn’t a better reason out there, I’m just saying “that’s just what we do” isn’t going to satisfy me.
Who’s with me?! Who’s ordering 6 lbs. of Soft Matza this year?!