This challah recipe is made a little easier with the help of your bread machine, as it does the kneading for you! Perfect for Shabbat or Rosh Hashanah. Don't be tempted to bake this dough in the machine, however - there is too much fully-risen dough for the machine to accommodate.
Chocolate or rainbow sprinkles for Simchat Torah; Sugar for Rosh Hashanah; Sesame or poppy seeds for Shabbat.
Nice recipe, the bread was tasty and slightly sweet. I found that the dough when turned out from the machine was extremely sticky though, so I did have to add quite a lot of flour in order to be able to plait it. - 06 Oct 2014
Best Challah I have ever made in 20 years... The only thing I changed was adding 6 tbsp of sugar not 2. From the second I touched the dough in the bread maker I knew that I had Challah gold on my hands... will never use another recipe again. BEST EVER! - 24 Feb 2010 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
This recipe just came out on the site today & I decided to try it & I am so glad I did. Wonderful flavor with a chewy texture that was exactly what I was looking for. The dough is very easy to work with & I turned out a beautiful, shiny, delicious work of art. Thank You for the recipe, I will be sure to share with friends! - 07 Dec 2009 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)