A look into the mind of one man via his reviews of frozen foods.

Thursday, February 10, 2005

Philly Cheese Steak - Croissant Pocket

Time Cooked: 1:40. The standard

Crips Factor: Perfect

At first I dismmised this pocket as a Beef And Cheddar knock off however after several bites I must say that this might be my new favorite pocket. What makes this pocket is the flaky crust. I'm not sure that there is a Beef & Cheddar flavored Croissant Pocket as I have only had the original.

Bottom line: Don't let the "Philly" aspect fool you, this is just a croissant version of the Beef & Cheddar, albeit a serious upgrade.


Anonymous Big Mac with Cheese said...

Hot Bloggers,
I'm trying to introduce my special lady friend to Hot Pockets and I really want her to enjoy the wholesome cheesy goodness with me. I understand 1:40 is the perfect cooking time for just one Hot Pocket, but if I want to cook two Hot Pockets and get them to the same point of crispy goodness simultaniously, if you know what I mean , what technique do you recommend I use?
Big Mac with Cheese

2/11/2005 01:19:00 PM

Blogger Andres said...

Interesting dilema BMwC. Multi pocketing can quite the challenge. What you need to do first is to test your particular microwave ovens power. No 2 microwaves re the same hence the 1:40 cooking time for mine despite the recommended 1:55 - 2 minutes suggested in the directions.

I would suggest taking the suggested cooking time for 2 pockets on the directions and reducing it by a good 15%. This way if they are a little undercooked you can always heat some more. Better undercooked than overcooked I say.

2/11/2005 01:47:00 PM

Blogger whitemike said...

i think three minutes would do just fine. one should always watch what the are nuking though. this is why the make the light come on while the microwave is on.

3/05/2005 11:28:00 AM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

What if you want to heat three pockets simultaneously? How would you know the time?

2/25/2007 11:33:00 AM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

What about for three pockets? What time should I use?

2/25/2007 11:34:00 AM

Blogger Andres said...

Three @ one time? Hmm. Could be a recipe for disaster if not done correctly. I would recommend doing 2 at one time adding about 10 seconds to the recommended time, then just do one solo.

2/25/2007 12:00:00 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

cook one give it to her and then cook yours.

2/03/2008 08:58:00 AM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

hot pockets are tasty.

10/29/2008 07:42:00 AM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I like hot pockets in and around my mouth.

10/29/2008 07:44:00 AM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

OK my i threw out my hot pocket box and i kneed the exact time to cook one hot pocket and do lean pockets have the same cook time.

1/04/2009 08:17:00 AM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

The old Philly cheese steak recipe was better. This new on is a peppery piece of crap.

1/16/2009 05:16:00 PM

Blogger Kitten said...

I threw out my box too before I decided to cook my spinach hot pockets Please will you e mail me the instructions asap to fergie_090660@yahoo.com

3/25/2009 01:05:00 PM


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