Challah with han, cheese, onion and heart of palm

Traditionally eaten to celebrate Jewish New Year, or Rosh Hashanah, the classic Challah is the perfect bread to serve alongside a special dinner, it makes fabulous French toast drizzled with honey and fruit, but also fantastic sandwiches like the one we suggest. Our Challah is shaped into a braided shiny loaf.



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  • Slices ham
  • Slices Edam cheese
  • Heart of palm
  • Thousand Island sauce


  • 01

    Slice the onion into two thin crescents and pan fried with butter. Add a good pinch of salt and olive oil.

  • 02

    Slice the heart of palm diagonally.

  • 03

    Slice loaf open and toast.

  • 04

    Spread a little extra butter on one piece, top with the ham, cheese, fried onion and palm.

  • 05

    Drizzle with Thousand Island sauce and place other slice of bread on top.

  • 06

    Serve and enjoy.