There's nothing like spending some quality time in the kitchen with your children, especially before a Yom Tov. Making and creating delicious and beautiful treats with the family, will make the YomTov even more memorable.
As a result, in 2020 we featured these Esrog Challahs in honor of Sukkos. They also became extremely popular. You can also make a thin braided challah to resemble a lulav.
Enoy your YomTov preparations!!
You will need:
- Add foodcoloring to the egg waah(approximately ten drops of food coloring per egg).
- Place oval shape piece of challah dough in pans.
- Stick a clove in and bake.
To keep the yellow color I started baking the challah without the egg and then brushed the challah with the egg wash halfway through the baking time. I baked them on the bottom rack to prevent them from getting too brown .
Photos by Hudi Greenberger
This article originally appeared in Family First
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