Mmmmm, warm bread. As I’m sitting here writing this, I’m currently avoiding carbs, so the desire for bread is even stronger than usual (is that even possible?!) I have a basic white bread recipe that gets me through a variety of items, like cinnamon rolls, bread bowls, and yes, white bread. It happens to be vegan, is super simple and I love it. But this Christmas I decided I would try my hand at Parker House rolls.
When I think Parker House rolls, I think of the ones that come in the freezer in a little round tin. My mom didn’t bake homemade bread, but we would occasionally eat these frozen rolls, and they were REALLY fantastic. Fearing epic roll failure on a very important food day definitely made me hesitant, but we weren’t having any company so I decided to try.
I found this recipe for Parker House Rolls on the Food Network’s website (thank you Google.) The recipe is fairly simple and comes together within 2 hours. The rolls are soft and delicious. Thank you Bobby Flay, for adding another bread recipe to my repetoire.