A small batch of challah for dinner or small holiday.

Easy to make and delicious. And fun to make with the family.

Eight Challah Rolls

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Roll and Cut Dough

Be sure not to overwork your dough. Roll out the dough and using a bench scraper, divide into 8 equal pieces.

Roll Out Each Piece

Take each piece and gently roll it out into a log. About 1-1.5" wide. Lightly flour as needed.

Knot Challah

Take each log and tie it into a knot. To do this wrap the log around your 4 fingers, cross dough over in your palm, then tuck one end through the other and tie it off.

Lay Out Your Knotted Rolls

Lay out your rolls, brush with egg wash, and top with salt.

Rise and Bake

Let your rolls rise again before baking at 350°F for 20-22 minutes.