I have always wanted to make challah, the pretty braided Jewish bread that is both delicious and such an eye-candy to look at.
I am a sucker when it comes to pretty bread, I just want to eat them.
When my baking assistant Kendoll and I decided to attempt challah, I told her that I wanted small Challah knots.
She found this recipe on Eat in My Kitchen.
We had great success baking this batch of cute and sweet Challah knots.
What I love most about this recipe is the golden brown, shiny exterior, but the pillowy soft and cottony interior. While Challah is a Jewish bread, you don’t have to be a Jewish to enjoy this amazing recipe.
These Challah knots are perfect for weeknight or weekend dinner.
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