@ Michelle Spalding. Challah (I make mine in a Kitchen Aid and let it do the kneading. Use a dough hook and turn it on the lowest setting for 6-8 min. I stop every minute or two to scrape the dough down. Otherwise it crawls up the dough hook and eventually gets onto the mixer if you don't.)
Recipe for Challah Bread Taste: Rich, ever so slightly sweet, and perfect with dinner or as French toast in the morning. Texture: Moist and tender yet firm.