Tangzhong challah by the Forward

WATCH NOW: September 10: The Asian secret to the world’s best challah

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If you want your challah to have a soft, fluffy crumb and a melt-in-you-mouth crust there’s one recipe that delivers it time after time: Tangzhong Challah. Join National Editor Rob Eshman and Avidan Ross as they show you the step-by-step way to adapt the Asian technique behind famous Japanese sandwich breads to your challah.

The Asian secret to the world’s best challah

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