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German Parker House Rolls

German Parker House Rolls created by momaphet

This is a recipe I found on About.com for German recipes. The author says that this is what her Grandmother, Matha, was famous for making for family and friends. Posting for ZWT 6. Rising time not included so be sure to note that time before making the rolls.

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  • Warm the milk in a small saucepan over low heat. Mix 1/3 of the milk with the dry yeast in a small bowl and let sit until bubbly, about 15 minutes. In a large bowl, combine remaining milk, melted butter, salt and sugar and beat until the sugar is dissolved. Then add the beaten eggs and bubbly yeast.
  • Add flour, 1/4 cup at a time, beating on high speed of stand mixer. This step should take at least 5 minutes. When the dough gets too stiff to beat, stir in rest of flour by hand, if necessary, to make a soft dough. Turn out onto floured surface and knead for 5 minutes, until smooth and satiny. Place dough in greased bowl, turning to grease top. Cover and let rise in warm place until light and doubled in size, about 1 hour. (I have also covered the dough well and placed it in the refrigerator overnight. This works really well. If you are going to refrigerate the dough, put it in the fridge before it has a chance to rise. It will rise overnight in the refrigerator; just not as high as it would at room temperature. Let the dough stand, covered, at room temperature for 1 hour before proceeding with recipe.)
  • Punch down the dough and roll out on floured surface to 1/2" thickness. Cut with 3" round cookie cutter. Brush each roll with melted butter and fold in half to make half circles. Pinch edge lightly to hold, so the rolls don't unfold as they rise. Place in 2 greased 13x9" pans, cover, and let rise again until double, about 45 minutes. (If you refrigerated the dough, this will take longer, about 60-75 minutes.)
  • Bake rolls at 350 degrees F for 20-25 minutes or until golden brown. Remove from pan immediately and brush with more melted butter. Don't use the same butter you used when forming the rolls - melt some fresh just for this step.
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"This is a recipe I found on About.com for German recipes. The author says that this is what her Grandmother, Matha, was famous for making for family and friends. Posting for ZWT 6. Rising time not included so be sure to note that time before making the rolls."
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  1. momaphet
    German Parker House Rolls Created by momaphet
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  2. momaphet
    This is a simple, tasty dinner roll. I cut the recipe in half and mixed in my Cuisinart. The rolls that I cut and pinched first, and that stayed together, had a nicer texture then the second roll out and the ones that popped open despite my pinching, which were a little tougher. I might skip the folding so as not to over handle next time. Thanks for sharing!
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  3. diner524
    This is a recipe I found on About.com for German recipes. The author says that this is what her Grandmother, Matha, was famous for making for family and friends. Posting for ZWT 6. Rising time not included so be sure to note that time before making the rolls.
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