This is a very good tasting bread and easy to make. The only negative I have to say is that no-way does it make 4-5 loaves of bread. (did I misunderstand something?). The 3.5 c of flour are what is, typically, used to make 1-2 medium-sized loaves of bread The dough produced by this recipe yielded 2 smallish loaves of challah for me. Still delicious, though.
Ive made this recipe literally every week for the past 3 months and absolutely would never use another challah recipe. This one is so easy and has been made it so many times that I dont even have to look up the ingredients anymore. We really love it, it is super moist and kind of cake like. Just delicious. Thanks so much!
Super moist and almost cake-like in texture and sweetness. Huge hit with my family and guests and a great option for weeks when I don't want to make my usual batch of 6 loaves.
Outstanding. I've tried a lot of bread machine challah recipes, but until I added "moist" to my search, I didn't find a recipe I liked. This is an easy, reliable recipe that turns out great challah with a fabulously moist texture. The only thing I changed was to reduce the sugar the second and third times I made it.
This bread is DELICIOUS! Almost too Delicious! I took my bread machine out of moth balls yesterday and couldn't believe how easy it was. Instead of making smaller loaves, I made one large one. Tomorrow morning French Toast with the left overs! Thank you Mrsspeevs for sharing! :) BTW..this dough would be great for onion rolls and onion boards.
Absolutely perfect! Family ate every morsel. Thank you for sharing! LA :-)
I make it every friday. I have a panasonic machine and use 2 3/4 cups flour and 1/4 cups sugar. It turns out beautiful and tastes alittle different every time I make it, but always yummy.
I followed the recipe but made one large loaf instead of 5 small ones. This bread came out greaT and the recipe is so easy-thanks for the great recipe