Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year and first of the High Holidays, begins at sundown. Among the traditional celebratory foods is round challah bread, which represents the cyclical year. From a classic braided loaf to a lemony soufflé, here are seven fantastic challah recipes.
1. Braided Challah
Upgrade the classic bread with a generous sprinkling of seeds such as poppy or sesame.
2. Soft-Scrambled Eggs with Caviar and Toasted Challah
This delicious brunch dish features creamy scrambled eggs topped with briny paddlefish caviar.