What to do with a Leftover Challah

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  1. What's a good beginner challah making recipe you might have?

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  2. If you have a food processor, I recommend my "Reliable Challah."
    A bit of a description and a printable pdf appear at the bottom of this page.

    I recommend using weight measurements. You might feel that's too hard for a beginner, but the truth is, using weights (instead of measuring with cups and spoons) will give you more consistent results so you can learn how dough is *supposed* to behave.

    If you don't have a food processor, or prefer to do it by hand, the recipe will still work. Use a little less than the full amount of water unless you're sure you need more.

    Let me know if you try it!

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