Cooking Recipes Catalogue

Challah is a rich, slightly sweet yeast bread that includes eggs. The dough is divided into three long strands and braided before it is baked. Challah is traditionally served on the Jewish Sabbath.

For other breads, see baguette, bread crumbs, country-style bread, English muffins, French bread, Italian bread, lavash, multigrain bread, pita bread, sourdough bread, tortillas, white bread, and whole-wheat bread.