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Challah bread is the bread Jewish people use during a Friday night Kiddush. Challah is a fluffy bread that is a bit sweet and is tasty during any other day too.
I already shared a challah recipe on my blog but this time the recipe is a whole-wheat challah. When making whole wheat bread, if you use only whole-wheat flour it might come out too dense, that is why I still used regular all-purpose flour as well.
The recipe yields 2 loafs and you can double it if you need more. I made it with my stand mixer, with this amount of ingredients it is still okay. Although if you do double them, make it outside the mixer because it might not handle it well and will break.
The recipe is easy and whole-wheat challah is also healthier than a regular one, especially when it is also homemade challah. The recipe is also parve (kosher non-dairy).
I hope you will enjoy your dinner with this challah bread; you can also use leftovers for French toast the day after.
Here is the recipe for the homemade whole-wheat challah: