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.
- 1/2 Challah Loaf
- 1/2 Onion
- 1 Tsp butter
- Olive oil
- Sea salt
- 2 Slices ham
- 2 Slices Edam cheese
- 1 Heart of palm
- Thousand Island sauce
Slice the onion into two thin crescents and pan fried with butter. Add a good pinch of salt and olive oil.
Slice the heart of palm diagonally.
Slice loaf open and toast.
Spread a little extra butter on one piece, top with the ham, cheese, fried onion and palm.
Drizzle with Thousand Island sauce and place other slice of bread on top.
Serve and enjoy.