How to Braid a Four-strand Challah

Hello! This post is to show how to braid a challah with four strands. Here we go:

Begin by seperating your loaf dough into 4 pieces. Set three aside and roll one out.

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Roll this into a snake and stretch the snake as far as you can until its equal throughout  in diameter and about 1/2 inch.

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Repeat with other three strands.

Grab the most left strand and weave it through in the pattern over under over.

Repeat with next most left strand.

Continue pattern until you have reached the end, then tuck the ends underneath the challah in a small twist.

Flip around and repeat on other side.

Hope I helped. 🙂

-Redheadedwhovian

How to Braid a Three-strand Challah

Hello! This post is to show how to braid a challah with three strands. Here we go:

Begin by seperating your loaf dough into 3 pieces. Set two aside and roll one out.

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Roll this into a snake and stretch the snake as far as you can until its equal throughout  in diameter and about 1/2 inch.

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Repeat with other two strands.

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Grab the most right strand and throw it over the middle.

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Grab the most left strand and throw it over the middle. Then, the most right strand and throw it over the middle. photo 1 (3)

Continue pattern until you have reached the end, then tuck the ends underneath the challah in a small twist. photo 2 (3)

Flip around and repeat onother side.

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Hope I helped. 🙂

-Redheadedwhovian

How to Fold a Burrito

Hello! How are you today? I know it’s been forever since I posted but I’m working on drafting all of the many (many) foods I have created. Instead of a recipe, you get this handy guide of how to fold a burrito. I know, a recipe is far cooler but unfortunately all of you will have to wait. Anyhow, I decided to make this post after a friend who had checked out my blog, informed me she attempted to fold a buritto and didn’t feel it turned out as well as it could have. Because of this, I took pictures of each step of the way I fold a burrito (which proved to be difficult). For these pictures, I made a Hamburger Breakfast Burrito.

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