Have Fun With Challah

By: Sarah De Heer
Chocolate Chip Challah Bread

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Food stylist: Stephana Bottom Prop stylist: Leslie Siegel

Photo by: Yunhee Kim

Yunhee Kim

During the eight days of Hanukkah, we'll be celebrating the festival of lights with essential recipes for parties, nightly dinners, desserts and using up leftovers (after all, those leftovers deserve a second chance).

Whether you bake homemade challah or purchase a loaf of your favorite, there are endless ways to use the leftover slices.

Here are some of Food Network's faves:
Challah Bread-Mushroom Stuffing

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Food Stylist: Paul Grimes Prop Stylist: Pam Morris ,Food Stylist: Paul Grimes Prop Stylist: Pam Morris

Photo by: Yunhee Kim

Yunhee Kim

Get more challah recipes, both sweet and savory:

Food Network Magazine's Challah Bread- Mushroom Stuffing With Wild Rice and Raisins (pictured right)

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