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Enjoy a plain or cinnamon-raisin version of challah bread with this recipe from Diana Margaritis of Diane's Bakery and Panini Cafe.

Source: The Martha Stewart Show, Episode 6074
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Ingredients

For the challah:

For the cinnamon-raisin challah (optional):

Directions

Challah:

Cinnamon-Raisin Challah:

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  • Mia Sumandea
    6 JUN, 2012
    very good
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  • bakergirl14621428
    11 DEC, 2011
    Made a few changes based on my pantry....OMG best Challah ever. My 2 sons and I ate every tasty morsel! My subs were butter for margarine, canola for soy, ground flax for wheat germ and orange blossom honey. Cannot say enough good things....I made one plain and one with cinnamon-sugar. This dough is a dream although I always seem to need more flour. Make this TODAY!
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  • MS12241628
    21 NOV, 2011
    also which oil replaces soy?
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  • MS12241628
    21 NOV, 2011
    I can't find the soy oil or the buckwheat honey at whole foods nor publix in florida. Any suggestions where I can get these two?
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  • carleenj
    28 SEP, 2011
    Saw this on TV on one of my recorded episodes last night, and got excited & made it today. It looks fantastic, smells fantastic, tastes fantastic!! I made the fruit one - yum! Nice & easy instructions, great dough to work with. Rose beautifully as advertised & looks like something from a store. Wow! Haven't made a fruit yeast bread like this before, but I think there'll be more. I used butter, not margarine. i halved the recipe & made only one - big mistake! It's nearly all gone.Make two...!!
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  • MS10207064
    28 SEP, 2011
    This looks sooooo good! I will make this for sure... Wish you had a way to print it on the recipe.. Thanks
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  • Superpup
    28 SEP, 2011
    Print and save options are at the bottom of the vertical bar on the far left of the screen, under the Tweet button.
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  • lliillaa
    28 SEP, 2011
    The lack of a print command (and adding it to the lame new shopping list app doesn't really help) makes the website much less user friendly. Horrible "upgrade".
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  • elysee
    27 SEP, 2011
    It seems that you have to add this to your Shopping List and then save it to the Recipe Box. You can print out the list and receipe from there.
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  • carolcooks928695
    27 SEP, 2011
    Where is the print link and the archives, I used both very often. Working people need these links.
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