The Challah Recipe I use

The Challah Recipe I use

Edit to add:

Here is an illustration of how I put things in the mixer. As you can see, this is from my handwritten recipe and it saw a lot of wear and tear!

A little video on Challah:

  • Jacqueline Wolder
    Posted at 11:28h, 08 March Reply

    Thanks so much for this recipe! Do you mean literal fresh yeast- like the kind that comes in blocks rather than the little packets? Thanks!!!

    • Frieda Vizel
      Posted at 13:37h, 08 March Reply

      Yes! Hasidic recipes usually call for fresh yeast. The block yeast. I think maybe if you can’t get fresh yeast you can figure out online how to convert fresh yeast to dry yeast?

  • זעלדע
    Posted at 18:27h, 08 March Reply


  • Michelle Stein-Evers Frankl
    Posted at 07:09h, 09 March Reply

    What I’d have done with this recipe when the ganze mishpocha was still alive! Thank you. But I wonder if you have a recipe for “Eierkichel” the traditional kind? Or even might know of one?

    • Frieda Vizel
      Posted at 08:39h, 09 March Reply

      I will look for one. Did you want the one that’s sweet or more cracker like?

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