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Old 09-14-2015, 05:30 PM   #31
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Originally Posted by Souschef View Post
My son married a Czech girl, and i wanted to make the equivalent of Czech Challah as a Xmas bread for her. My son e-mailed me the recipe, and the fun started!
The recipe was in Czech, which I had to translate, it was in metric, and they used weights rather that volumes (cups) for the ingredients.
I got the dough done in my bread maker, then braided it like a challah.
I put it in the oven, and after they came over, I proudly opened the oven and took it out. I do not know what i did wrong, but it came out looking like a huge Milk Bone! It still tasted good, however.
I have CZ blood - would you care to share that recipe?

Does she make kolaches?

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Old 09-14-2015, 07:59 PM   #32
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I don't braid mine. I just make regular loafs in loaf pans. I will sometimes purchase a loaf from Market Basket and theirs is braided. But I find it hard to slice for French Toast. The braid likes to part when I dip it into the egg mixture. And that is the main purpose I like to make it in a loaf pan. Easier to slice for French Toast.

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