I have been working on a couple of brioche recipes and it is time to have you try some.
Brioche is made with bread flour (higher gluten), eggs, milk, sugar and butter - Challah is a brioche variant. It is much softer than regular sourdough and is excellent for sandwiches or making French toast. It rises overnight and bakes in a cooler oven that regular bread.
The recipe I will make for you this weekend will use olive oil instead of butter, which provides a slight tang to the flavor profile of the loaf; all the ingredients are organic (Thanks to Costco, which has affordable organic ingredients in bulk) Please note that I will bake the loaves in double sized Panettone papers so you will receive a half loaf for each regular full loaf you order.
I have a couple of other brioche recipes up my sleeve, including one with cocoa, chili and chocolate.
I hope you enjoy it!
Your Canadian Baker