Parker House Rolls are admittedly one of those things I usually only think about during the holidays. However, today I knew I had a package in the freezer that were left over from Thanksgiving, so I decided to pull them out to serve with the beef stew had slow cooking.
They were as delicious today as they would have been in November.
A Parker House roll is a bread roll made by flattening the center of a ball of dough with a rolling pin so that it becomes an oval shape and then folding the oval in half. They are made with milk and are generally quite buttery, soft and slightly sweet with a crispy shell. They were invented at the Parker House Hotel in Boston during the 1870s.
The Sister Schubert Company has prepared Parker House Rolls in a quick-baking, frozen method to make life easier on us.
Sister Schubert’s Parker House Style Rolls have zero trans fats, no preservatives and no artificial flavors. In other words, they taste homemade. You simply take them out of the plastic packaging and leave them in their foil pan. Just bake for a few minutes until heated through. You get the homemade taste without the homemade work!