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Post Posted: Mon, Mar 12 2012, 8:29 pm       Post subject: 101 uses for leftover challah
I almost always have leftover challah each Shabbos and I am looking for ways to repurpose my leftovers.
Any ideas or recipes would be much appreciated!

Here is what I thought of so far:

1. Homemade panko breadcrumbs (process leftover challah in the food processer)
2. French Toast (only works if the leftover challah is whole slices)
3. Stuffing for Chicken/Turkey


Any other ideas?
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Henya









  
Post Posted: Mon, Mar 12 2012, 8:30 pm       Post subject: re: 101 uses for leftover challah
challa kugel
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sunshine!









  
Post Posted: Mon, Mar 12 2012, 8:34 pm       Post subject: re: 101 uses for leftover challah
Sandwich maker with cheese and ketchup

My kids like it!
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Optione









  
Post Posted: Mon, Mar 12 2012, 9:02 pm       Post subject: re: 101 uses for leftover challah
croutons
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qtpie









  
Post Posted: Mon, Mar 12 2012, 9:18 pm       Post subject: re: 101 uses for leftover challah
Theres a recipe around that uses leftover challah to make cinnamon buns. You wet the challah to make it doughy. Don't have the exact recipe. Good luck!
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abmom









  
Post Posted: Mon, Mar 12 2012, 10:39 pm       Post subject: re: 101 uses for leftover challah
Like french toast, but break the challah into bite size pieces.
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andrea levy









  
Post Posted: Mon, Mar 12 2012, 10:42 pm       Post subject: re: 101 uses for leftover challah
challah will not turn into panko. it will be challah bread crumbs.
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Tease









  
Post Posted: Mon, Mar 12 2012, 11:04 pm       Post subject: re: 101 uses for leftover challah
another vote for challah kugel.
its great hot or cold
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Tiale









  
Post Posted: Tue, Mar 13 2012, 3:12 am       Post subject:
Can bread crumbs get moldy? Should I bake it again and let it get really dry before processing it?
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Squishy









  
Post Posted: Tue, Mar 13 2012, 4:39 am       Post subject: re: 101 uses for leftover challah
I dampen the challah and use in tuna patties and meatloaf.
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kb









  
Post Posted: Tue, Mar 13 2012, 4:51 am       Post subject: re: 101 uses for leftover challah
I make them into bread crumbs - toast them first to make them dry, and then blend them. I've gotten compliments on my breaded chicken cutlets - they wanted to know what type of crumbs I use!
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invisiblecircus









  
Post Posted: Tue, Mar 13 2012, 5:31 am       Post subject: re: 101 uses for leftover challah
I also use it for breadcrumbs. I don't toast it first, I just let it get a bit dry then grate it in the food processor. I keep them in a bag in the freezer to prevent them getting mouldy and use as needed.
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shoemaker









  
Post Posted: Tue, Mar 13 2012, 9:03 am       Post subject: re: 101 uses for leftover challah
stuffed chicken.
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willow









  
Post Posted: Tue, Mar 13 2012, 11:27 am       Post subject: re: 101 uses for leftover challah
How do you make good fine bread crumbs without food processor?
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Pineapple









  
Post Posted: Tue, Mar 13 2012, 11:28 am       Post subject:
Willow maybe a blender
Don't put to much in at once
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mamaleh









  
Post Posted: Tue, Mar 13 2012, 12:07 pm       Post subject: re: 101 uses for leftover challah
These are things I've done (or at least considered):
-Breadcrumbs
-french toast (assuming it's pareve)
-Challah kugel (sweet or savory)
-garlic bread
-croutons (seasoned or plain)
-kishka or stuffing
-filler in ground meat mixture (hamburgers, meatballs, meatloaf)
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Jewish Mother2









  
Post Posted: Tue, Mar 13 2012, 12:20 pm       Post subject: re: 101 uses for leftover challah
I'm often left with the 3rd challah and I use it instead of pastry to make a mock strudel - take out the middle and leave yourself with the crust - fill it with a meat mixture or a salmon and vegetable mixture. Wrap in tin foil and bake in the oven.
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canadamom









  
Post Posted: Tue, Mar 13 2012, 12:37 pm       Post subject: Re: re: 101 uses for leftover challah
mamaleh wrote:
These are things I've done (or at least considered):
-Breadcrumbs
-french toast (assuming it's pareve)
-Challah kugel (sweet or savory)
-garlic bread
-croutons (seasoned or plain)
-kishka or stuffing
-filler in ground meat mixture (hamburgers, meatballs, meatloaf)


can you post your recipe for your savory challah kugel?
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mamaleh









  
Post Posted: Tue, Mar 13 2012, 12:50 pm       Post subject: Re: re: 101 uses for leftover challah
canadamom wrote:
mamaleh wrote:
These are things I've done (or at least considered):
-Breadcrumbs
-french toast (assuming it's pareve)
-Challah kugel (sweet or savory)
-garlic bread
-croutons (seasoned or plain)
-kishka or stuffing
-filler in ground meat mixture (hamburgers, meatballs, meatloaf)


can you post your recipe for your savory challah kugel?


I don't use real recipes for kugel, in general. When I want savory Challah Kugel I soak the challa in hot water (you can add soup mix if you want or a little dry wine) then I add eggs, oil, sauteed vegetables-onion, celery, carrot, zuchini, (a little) garlic- cut into small pieces, salt, pepper, herbs (whatever kinds you like)and bake until golden brown.
If I remember, I try to add the herbs and S&P to the veggies while they are sauteeing. You can also add pepper-any color(s)- to the veggies (we're just not big pepper people in this house).
Hope this helps- if you have any questions I can try to answer them.
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bobeli









  
Post Posted: Tue, Mar 13 2012, 2:42 pm       Post subject: re: 101 uses for leftover challah
Just to remind you (and not to have a discussion) that according to some opinions whatever you make with challah or bread that was originally hamotzi has a din of hamotzi too! (not sure about bread crumbs)
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