And now the moment we've all been waiting for... sort of. We start to actually eat things.

First, the matzah. We break up the middle matzah, pass the pieces around, and eat them. After the appropriate blessings, of course. (You may remember that this is only half of the middle matzah. We'll deal with the other half later, after having made a big thing out of splitting it in the first place.)

Once it's all distributed... the matzah gets two blessings. First, the ha-motzi, possibly the best known of the Jewish blessings:

ברוך אתה יי אלוהינו מלך חעולם
המוציא לחם מן הארץ

Barukh atah Adonia, eloheynu melekh ha-olam,
ha-motzi lekhem min ha-aretz.

You are blessed, Lord our God, ruler of the universe,
who brings for bread from the earth.

And now one specifically for Pesach and for matzah:

ברוך אתה יי אלוהינו מלך חעולם,
אשר קדשנו במצוותיו
וציבנו על אכילת מצה

Barukh atah Adonia, eloheynu melekh ha-olam,
asher kid'shanu b'mitzvotav
v'tzivanu al akhilat matzah.

You are blessed, Lord out God, ruler of the universe
whose commandments sanctify us,
for your commandment to eat the matzah.

haggadah Section: Motzi-Matzah
Source: Original