I had 30 guests for brunch; everyone asked for the recipe. I used challah bread cubed; if I hadn't, the break wouldn't have soaked up enough of the batter. I soaked the cubes in the milk and egg mixture until they were soft. They absorbed it very well. I sprayed a metal large casserole pan very well with olive oil spray. It did not stick at all. It looked georgous when it came out of the oven. I baked it for 60 minutes as I live at 6500 ft. I did cut it in squares turning it over to the apple side on a decorative platter. My guests devoured it. I shall surely make this again, as will my many guests who took the recipe. Yetta from Albuquerque.
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I had 30 guests for brunch; everyone asked for the recipe. I used challah bread cubed; if I...