Classic Jewish challah bread. Its characteristic braids make it one of the most beautiful breads, but it's also one of the tastiest. Slightly sweet, this light and feathery challah bread will go well with any meal, whether sweet or salty.
The secrets to good challah are simple: Use two coats of egg wash to get that laquer-like crust and don’t overbake it. Joan Nathan, who this recipe is adapted from, adds that three risings always makes for the tastiest loaves, even better if one of them is slowed down in the fridge. For a very cool video that shows all the cool things you can do with challah dough, please see the following video: https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=866443860034223