Challah

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8 Responses

  1. Chana says:

    Great details, but shouldn’t there be at least 2 eggs ? I really got in the challa baking mood !

    • admin says:

      Tova Younger’s reply:

      That is true. I always used to manage with one, and one day my neighbor brought me 3 egg yokes and asked if I could use them – I did and saw a difference! So really it could be 1,2 or 3 depends on how brown/shiny you want your challis to be!

  2. Rachel says:

    I would like to know as well about adding eggs?

    • admin says:

      I’ve written to Tova Younger to ask her about that. As she lives in Israel, it may be a while before she replies, but I will post her reply as soon as I can. Thanks!

      • Esther says:

        I have a very similar recipe that also doesn’t call for eggs & it is absolutly fabulous. so go ahead & enjoy!
        Good shabbos!

  3. Tzivia says:

    I tried the recipe with all the tips, and it came out delicious! I just added 4 egg yolks and put half the oil, because I was also wandering about the eggs. The tips were a great help. Thanks!

  4. Helen says:

    Please do not put food into new/clean garbage bags. They are treated with toxic chemicals during the manufacturing process. I simply use wax paper or plastic food wrap.

  5. Shoshana says:

    Can the recipe for the challah be halved or reduced? If so, are there any changes to be made?

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