I could make an entire snack out of merely bread and butter.
If you’re a carboholic like myself, then you know there’s nothing better than slabbing a healthy veneer of butter on a freshly baked slice of bread. When I go out to eat somewhere that has free bread, more often than not, after I’m done crowding up on the doughy goodness, I end up taking the majority of members of my actual banquet dwelling with me.
While roasting bread isn’t an impossible undertaking, I only don’t have the fortitude for it. And don’t even get me started on the cleanup. Thanks to the internet, though, I’ve detected a challah food recipe that is neither time-consuming nor does it commit grimy a variety of bowls and pans.
The entire mixing process is done in a plastic baggy, and for the above reasons alone, this carby plow are likely to be my brand-new go-to fave.
The same carbs and deliciousness you’d get at a eatery , now in your own home. I already have my first batch prepping in the refrigerator. I can’t wait to eat freshly cooked challah all time round!