Classic Parker House Roll Mix
Don't miss these classic buttery dinner rolls. Parker House Rolls are perfect for guests and just right for the family. Now make them with the ease of your bread machine, with your stand-type mixer, or by hand.
- Made with buttermilk like the authentic 1867 recipe.
- This package contains one mix. Each mix makes about 12 rolls.
- SAF yeast packet is enclosed. You provide only water and butter/oil.
- Directions and tips for perfect rolls are included. You can make this mix in your bread machine, by hand, or with a stand-type mixer. If you use your bread machine, you will form the rolls and bake them in your oven.
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The original Boston Parker House Hotel Rolls, circa 1860, were folded with a pat of butter tucked in the fold. Competitors, in an effort of one-upmanship, adopted a fancier cloverleaf shape but kept the same rich, buttery texture. These heritage rolls are based on an 1867 recipe with which we took the liberty of adding the tang of buttermilk. You will find the buttermilk to be the perfect touch for these slightly crusty, light, brioche-like rolls.
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If you make this bread in your bread machine, water temperature is critical. Please use a thermometer to measure water at exactly 80 degrees. A ten-degree difference in water temperature can double the growth rate of the yeast. These bread mixes are satisfaction guaranteed when you use a thermometer.
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