Latest recipes

Parker house rolls

Parker house rolls

We are searching data for your request:

Forums and discussions:
Manuals and reference books:
Data from registers:
Wait the end of the search in all databases.
Upon completion, a link will appear to access the found materials.

Parker house rolls recipe by of 18-04-2015 [Updated on 27-08-2018]

Parker House rolls are soft and buttery rolls with a slightly sweet flavor with a crunchy shell. It seems they were invented at the Parker House Hotel in Boston in 1870 where they are still served today but are still widespread throughout America, available both fresh and frozen in bags. These sandwiches are perfect to serve at breakfast with butter and jam or for those who love the semi-sweet taste, to be served to accompany lunch, I found them really delicious. Friends, Misya's YouTube channel is taking shape, I had some new ideas to realize and if you want to be updated on all the news I invite you to subscribe (Subscribe to the YouTube channel), already today you will find a new presentation video;) I wish you a sweet weekend and I leave you to the recipe for parker house rolls.


How to make Parker house rolls

In a saucepan, melt the butter and sugar in the milk. Then let it cool

Pour the mixture of butter, milk and sugar into a bowl, then add the salt, egg and yeast

Mix everything then add the flour.

Knead until a smooth and homogeneous ball forms.

Let the dough rise in a bowl, covering with a cloth, for 2 hours or until doubled.

Now roll out the dough on a pastry board to obtain a thickness of about 3 mm

Then cut out circles with a pasta cutter

Fold each circle in half

Put the small crescents thus obtained on a greased baking sheet, overlapping them slightly on top of each other

Leave to rise for 30 minutes then brush the rolls with melted butter

Bake the sandwiches for about 20 minutes at 180 °. Once cooked, brush the surface with melted butter.

Serve the parker house rolls hot :)

Video: The Easy Technique to Making Artisanal Bread at Home - Kitchen Conundrums with Thomas Joseph (August 2022).