What is a challah?

Answer Challah is a traditional Jewish bread eaten to celebrate Shabbat, the Jewish Sabbath, and religious holidays. Challah is not eaten at Passover, however, when only unleavened bread is permitted.Rit... Read More »

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Why Do We Eat a Round Challah?

Challah, the knotted bread made with eggs, is eaten on the Jewish Sabbath and also during important holidays. Long braided challah is very popular in bakeries, but challah also comes in rounds, an... Read More »

What is challah bread?

Challah bread is traditionally eaten on Shabbat, the Jewish sabbath day, and on Jewish holidays such as Rosh Hashanah. Challah bread is generally pareve, meaning that it does not contain dairy. It ... Read More »

How to Make Challah?

This wonderfully rich Jewish yeast bread resembles brioche but is a bit sweeter. It's a delicious treat that goes great with butter and other spreads.

What is the meaning of challah?

Challah is a braided yeast bread that Jews traditionally eat to celebrate holidays. Jews welcome their Sabbath on Friday nights by serving a rectangular challah; they welcome their New Year with a ... Read More »