Another easy bread recipe that never fails me. Parker House Rolls is originally from the US. I watched a chef in Food Network a good couple years ago making this rolls. Apologize that I can’t quote the original chef as I couldn’t even remember his name. The unique about this Parker House Rolls recipe is that no kneading process is required at all. I think by far, this is the easiest rolls recipe I have ever baked, yet it’s so yummy. I usually pair the rolls with easy chicken or soup.
PARKER HOUSE ROLLS
1 packet of instant yeast
2 cups all purpose flour
Approx 180 ml warm water ( a small bowl)
2 tablespoon sugar
1 teaspoon salt
1 yolk egg (only)
20 gr/2 tablespoon melted butter
- Combine and mix all dried ingredients in a bowl.
- Make a well in the dried ingredients mixture, add the egg and egg yolk, mix well.
- Add the warm water a little by little until a soft dough form. Mix quickly (no need to knead).
- Rest the dough in the bowl for 20 Mins. Cover with a damp cloth.
- Remove the dough from the bowl, place it on a slightly floured surface, divide and roll the dough into two.
- Cut each roll into 4 or 5 then shape each into balls.
- Coat a pyrex with melted butter, place all the balls in. Coat the balls with all remaining butter.
- Cover with damp towel for 45 Mins.
- Preheat oven into 180’C. Bake for 20 Mins.
- Serve warm with your fave soup or meal.