Vegan Seeded Challah bread is soft and has a great crumb. Perfect to eat just as is or with some butter and jam.
We are baking with seeds for this month’s Bread Bakers. Our lovely host Mayuri wanted us to get creative and bake with any seed or a mixture of seeds. So I made this soft and delicious Vegan Seeded Challah bread. It is a great everyday bread that you can snack on or can be eaten with some butter and jam.When I think of seeds, I only think of poppy seeds, sunflower seeds, sesame and so on. I didn’t realize until Mayuri mentioned that ‘seeds’ are a broader category and include cereals like rice, quinoa etc and legumes, nuts, cocoa beans. I went straight to King Arthur flour and found a perfect recipe – Seeduction Challah.
I already have a couple of Challah bread recipes on the blog – like this Basic Challah and this Wholewheat Challah. This seeded challah is soft and has a beautiful crumb. I halved the original recipe and made it vegan by subbing the egg with egg replacer powder. Bread can be made into a braid or rolled into coils like I did. It’s fun to see these snail shaped coils.This Vegan Seeded Challah bread is packed with seeds (pumpkin, sunflower, sesame, poppy and flax), which make it nutty and absolutely delicious. Try it out, I’m sure you will love it.
Check out the Seeded Breads that our fellow Bread Bakers have baked this month:
- Almond Poppyseed Bread from A Day in the Life on the Farm
- Crunchy Seed Braid from All That’s Left Are The Crumbs
- Fennel and Poppy Seed Rolls from Mayuri’s Jikoni
- Onion & Poppy Seed Bialys from Baking Sense
- Savory Seeded Focaccia from Palatable Pastime
- Seeded Ficelle Bread from Karen’s Kitchen Stories
- Siddu from The Mad Scientist’s Kitchen
- Six-Seed Soda Bread from Food Lust People Love
- Sugarless Multiseed Rye Bread from CookwithRenu
- Tangzhong Method French Loaf With Seeds from Sneha’s Recipes
- Vegan Seeded Challah Bread from Cook’s Hideout
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