Challah Bread with Artisan Flour
rose saad 03/86/2018 03/28/2018
Has anyone made this using a bread machine?
Dena Newman 02/32/2018 02/02/2018
Has anyone tried this with a silicone challah mold
Sue 04/111/2016 04/21/2016
Am excited to make this recipe work... It definitely rose as indicated in recipe...the taste is good...the texture could be more challah like... I added a whole cup of extra flour which under most gluten free circumstances would not be good... The loaf did spread out on the baking sheet rather than up. I will try again without braiding and settle for a regular loaf shape...using parchment collar is good idea.. However... Any ideas to adjust recipe to restore the braided official challah shape ...
laurent 10/303/2015 10/31/2015
There is a problem with the recipe. The dough is too sticky . I add a lot of flour !
I Randi 09/257/2015 09/15/2015
I found this to be very sticky, even after adding more flour. I could not braid. It did double in size but it spread on the baking sheet more than it rose taller. The flavor was good and my guests liked it. I would try again but try making a parchment collar to force it to rise up rather than spread. I was disappointed that one bag of artisan flour did not have enough flour to make this recipe. It would have been nice to have a recipe that only used one bag.
Andrea 04/116/2015 04/27/2015
Great bread! Too soft to braid. I had to substitute almond milk, which may make the difference. Also used olive oil as I needed an Italian flair. This bread was a real hit with my guests, good texture and great flavor. Next time, I will spread like focaccia and forget the braid. Worth the struggle with the soft dough!
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