Have you noticed that challahs reinvent themselves each year for the Jewish New Year? All year long, we shape our challahs into beautiful braids. On Rosh Hashanah, our challahs are round to symbolize the cycle of the year. Just like our challahs, the new year is a time when we too can consider how to transform ourselves in a positive way during the coming year.
This recipe makes two traditional-sized round challahs for your holiday table and uses the remaining dough to turn challah into "challah poppers," mini roundish snacks, that will appeal to adults and kids alike. They are a great nosh before the big holiday meal.