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Thank you, thank you for this method of preparing bread. I have a phobia of yeast bread recipes, but continue to try anyway, with miserable results - until now. I made Pakerhouse Rolls for Christmas dinner - and my DH almost fainted. They were light in texture and had a wonderful flavor. Last night I took the reminder of the dough and am attempting to make Cinnamon Rolls (a NEVER try for me), with the overnight method. Can't wait. I also used your How to Raise Dough in a Drafty Kitchen tip. Excellent! Thanks Pup.
Yummy rolls. Even the uncooked dough is yummy.
I whipped the batter up the night before and baked this morning, I made exactly as stated using all the ingredients listed and I was happy with the end result, I am going to give this a try using buttermilk next time in place of milk, thanks pup!
These are absolutely delicious and SO SO VERY easy.. and the best part is - no kneading! I made all 3 versions - 6 parker house rolls, 6 clover leaf rolls and with the remaining dough, I got 12 cinnamon rolls! Thank you, Puppitypup, for sharing your family's wonderful recipe! Definitely a keeper, goes without saying!
These are light and delicious! Perhaps the Nov 1st reviewer made an error in baking???
I have to admit, we were impatient and didn't wait overnight for the dough to rise slow. I mixed it up about 7am and then took it out to shape around 4 in the afternoon so we could have them for dinner. They were awesome (despite the fact I mistakenly put the oven on convection bake and they browned a tiny bit more than I would have liked). Loved the texture and flavor. I made half with the dough balls in muffin tins and half the traditional "Parker House" way by folding circles in half and definitely preferred the finished product using the dough balls. This might just be our favorite roll recipe now.