Original recipe yields 18 servings
Based on a 2,000 calorie dietSee full nutrition
This bread was easy to make and very flexible in it's rising time which is nice! The only tip I have is begin braiding in the middle of thethe loaf and braid out to each end (I find it easier...
This is our favorite challah! I only made two other types before but once we found this recipe, well, it's always a winner. Sure, it's dense because of the wheat but it's SO tasty. I like to add...
Absolutely delicious and healthy too! I wouldn't change a thing. Makes great French toast and croutons, but trust me, it won't last that long. Thanks for sharing!
I am a mediocre bread maker but this turned out really great. I did have to about 1 cup more of each flour but thats how it goes sometimes. I sort of deflated one loaf when I brushed on the eg...
Fabulous challah recipe. I used agave as a reviewer suggested. Light sweetness, crumb and texture just right. I used my Kitchenaid with paddle for the first mix, then used dough hook for 5 minu...
After many years, I have started making Challah again. This recipe works very well for me. The one change that I make is that I use agave nectar instead of honey, which is a little sweeter and e...
This was absolutely amazing!!! Just one thing, could you put in some more honey? The flavor of it seemed to kind of disappear... But it was fantastic!
Great recipe! Bread has a lovely texture. I usually use 2/3 c of honey to give a little more sweetness.