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Water Challah

KosherEye.com By Reyna Simnegar. Persian Food from the Non-Persian Bride I like using dry active yeast because it is very easy to find and store. I keep it in the freezer to make it last longer. Also, there is one gadget that I could not do without when making challah: my beloved Bosch mixer. It...

Czernowitzer Challah - Bosch Mixer

KosherEye.com Adapted for the Bosch Mixer by KosherEye We are great fans of this superb challah recipe. Bread-making expert, author Maggie Glezer included it in her James Beard Award winning book, A Blessing of Bread: Recipes and Rituals, Memories and Mitzvahs, and then converted it for 5 pounds...

Round Challah

KosherEye.com Adapted from Entree to Judaism: A Culinary Exploration of the Jewish Diaspora by Tina Wasserman Moist, cake-like challah is a big hit at my Rosh Hashanah open house. Divide the dough into two-thirds and one-third to make two loaves, but never use all to the dough to make one giant...

Pam's Bread Machine Challah

KosherEye.com One of our favorite bread machine challah recipes - for those who like their challah a little sweet, this is the perfect recipe. Ingredients: 3/4 stick margarine almost melted 1 cup warm water 1 egg + 1 white (save yolk) 1/2 cup honey 1 teaspoon vanilla 1 teaspoon salt 4 cups bread...

Sweet Cinnamon Challah "Monkey Bread"

KosherEye.com A KosherEye Signature Recipe This is a must have recipe for the Jewish New Year table, or anytime you want a challah with layers of sweetness and cinnamon. Some guests even enjoy it for dessert ! So delicious plain or dipped in honey... Prepare your favorite 2-pound sweet style...

Czernowitzer Challah

From A Blessing of Bread: Recipes and Rituals, Memories and Mitzvahs by Maggie Glezer This recipe for a classic European challah (pronounces "chern-o-vitzer") comes from the late Lotte Langmann. It is not terribly sweet or eggy, but it is generously enriched with oil. The Austrians* traditionally...

Savory Olive Oil Challah

KosherEye.com From A Blessing of Bread: Recipes and Rituals, Memories and Mitzvahs by Maggie Glezer A good measure of extra virgin olive oil imparts a beautiful pale greenish color to the crumb and gives this bread a moist texture and a flaky, brittle crust. This savory challah is quickly mixed...

Heirloom Challah

by Ronnie Fein photo - Ronnie Fein This is grandma's challah recipe. The original was for 8 "hands" flour, 1/2 "hand" sugar. Were her hands the same size as mine? Worked it out. Delish! Ingredients: 2 packages active dry yeast 1/2 cup warm water (about 105 degrees; feels slightly warm to touch)...

Challah

Recipe adapted from 97 Orchard by Jane Ziegelman (Harper Collins) Fannie Cohen was an immigrant homemaker from Poland, who arrived in New York in 1912; a married woman with two young kids. It was her habit to prepare more food than her own family could ever consume. Friday mornings at three a.m....

Yom Tov Challah Frosting

KosherEye.com Decorate your homemade or store purchased challah with this fabulous frosting recipe. Check out our streuseling and frosting challah video Ingredients: 1 cup confectioners sugar, siftedOrange juice, pomegranate molasses, apple juice, apple cider, milk or waterOptional: Chopped...

Round, Frosted Pull-a-Part Honey Challah

KosherEye.com Bread Machine Recipe Ingredients: 1 cup and 1 tablespoon of water1 egg1/4 cup oil3/4 cup honey1/2 tablespoon salt4 cups bread flour1 heaping tablespoon yeast*1 slightly beaten egg yolk for glazing (See note below) Directions: Put all ingredients in bread machine in order-listed...

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