Women: Learn To Braid A Round Challah – Just In Time For Yom Tov

VIDEO: Staying home for Yom Tov? Learn how to braid a round Yom Tov style Challah, perfect for Rosh Hashana and Sukkos. Watch the short video to learn three techniques in this art. A six braid, four braid and no-braid, using any basic Challah dough. Video provided by CookKosher.com.

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12 COMMENTS

  1. What about giving us the recipe? Those challahs look beautiful! What kind of glaze–whole egg, only yolk? Preheat oven? What temp? I’d like to try baking challah that looks as beautiful as the video.

  2. Thank you for the beautiful demo. I plan on using this method for my Yom Tov challos iy”h. Not only do you have such G-d given talent but you are also kind enough to share it with others…

  3. Even though I am a Gentil, I would love to thank the Scoop for posting it. I love Challah bread, especially making French Toast with it. My children love it :)! I am also looking very forward to putting this technique to work in my other baking expeditions. Kudos on a great post. Can’t wait to check the site out too!!

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