British pronunciation/t‍ʃˈælɐ/
American pronunciation/tʃˈælə/
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an egg-riched yeast bread that is twisted in braids, eaten by Jewish people to celebrate Sabbath and other holidays

What is "challah"?

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Challah is a type of braided bread that is traditionally eaten by Jewish people on the Sabbath and other special occasions. It is made from a mixture of flour, sugar, yeast, eggs, and water, which is then kneaded into a soft and elastic dough. The dough is then divided into strands, which are braided together to create a distinctive shape. Challah is often brushed with egg wash before baking, which gives it a shiny and golden brown appearance. It has a slightly sweet taste and a soft, fluffy texture, and is often enjoyed with butter or jam. Challah is a symbol of Jewish culture and tradition, and is a beloved food in many countries around the world. It can be found in bakeries, specialty food stores, and supermarkets.

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