The Parker House in Boston first debuted its famous rolls in the 1870s. If you want to have these light, buttery rolls served at your next meal, the easy to follow recipe is found here. You can use a mixer or old-fashioned kneading. They’re great eaten fresh out of the oven, but also as leftovers. The ingredients are readily found in the store or likely, already in your kitchen. Just follow the directions and you will be enjoying them in no time.
- Boston’s Parker House Hotel is known for their Boston Cream Pie and Parker House Rolls, which are still quite popular today.
- The original Parker House Roll is a rich, buttery creation that almost melts in your mouth.
- The rolls recipe was created in the 1870s and made even more popular once it was published in the Fannie Farmer cookbook in the 1890s.
“I don’t know about you, but I cannot resist yeasty, buttery rolls warm from the oven.”
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