Anyone have a recipe for really fluffy yeast rolls? So far the recipes I've found are too hard and biscuit like. I'm talking the ones that rise up and are fluffy and delicious and melt in your mouth.
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Thank you R1. I knew someone would mention Cheryl. :-)
chek the foonewok websit fo parkerhouse rolls nt too difficult recipes Martha Seward has some as well I have always had success
I have a wonderful recipe from my great aunt, but refuse to look for it for anyone who calls it "Turkey Day"..... It is THANKSGIVING.
The type of rolls you are wanting will start off with milk in a saucepan that is heated with butter and sugar until almost boiling but not quite... it will be called "scalded". Google "refrigerator rolls scalded milk" and you will come up with dozens of recipes that are almost alike. Use butter instead of shortening and add a bit more sugar and increase rise time by 20 minutes.... they will be those big balloon type rolls you are looking for.
Gobble Gobble, r4
Parker house rolls. And ps the subject of rolls caused a near riot over on the main turkey day/golden corrall thread.
Also check the King Arthur Flour website. They have great recipes.
Honey just buy the cheap frozen ones and add stick of butter