Bread Machine Challah
I first shared this bread machine challah recipe back in 2008, when I was just starting the blog. So much has changed since December of 2010 – including the number of egg yolks in my challah recipe! You see, my original recipe called for five yolks – YOLKS, but somewhere along the way, I started ...
The Best Challah Recipe to Make Bubbe Proud - Shabbat Jewish Bread
Here is the Best Challah Recipe. Keep in mind, challah making takes time. This Jewish sweet bread requires 2 different rising periods. Yum!
The Best Bread Machine Challah Recipe - Food.com
This recipe originally comes from Kosher by Design by Susie Fishbein. I've been making this challah every week for the last two months, and it makes a delicious, rich challah. I don't use the bread machine method, making the dough in my Kenwood mixer and giving the final knead by hand, then braiding the challah and baking it in the oven. I'm posting this as a bread machine recipe at the request of Miraklegirl. BTW, I don't use all the water called for in the recipe, I usually add a bit…
Rosh Hashanah Sweet Basmati Rice with Carrots & Raisins
Sweet and fragrant basmati rice with carrots and raisins. The perfect vegetarian side dish for any holiday meal. In our house this is a Rosh Hashanah Favorite. Vegan and Gluten Free.
A soft, braided sweet white loaf, traditionally served before Sabbath 2 large loaves 1 1/2 cups warm water 1/2 cup honey 1 tablespoon oil 4 eggs 1 1/2 teaspoons salt 1 tablespoon sugar 2 tablespoons instant active dry yeast* 5 cups flour, plus additional flour (may take 8 or 9 cups of flour…
No Bake Eclair Cake
KosherEye.com Adapted from Six Sister's Stuff Ingredients Cake: 1 box (1 lb.) graham crackers2 small packages French vanilla instant pudding...
Round challah (airy, eggy, braided bread) is baked for Rosh Hashana, the Jewish new year, to symbolize the cycle of life. Follow these step-by-step instructions to make it from scratch.
Every year around this time, I start worrying about matzah balls. Ten years ago, I took over the job of Passover host from my mother, and though I have always