These pockets of crescent roll dough filled with French fries and fry sauce(ketchup and mayo mixed together) are perfect for your late-night food cravings! This recipe was suggested from one of you guys(and gals)!
What good are any suggestions from you guys if they never come to fruition? Well I'm now turning your suggestions into real recipes! Unfortunately, I lost the name of whoever suggested this recipe but all I know was it was someone on Reddit. Thank you redditor!
This recipe only needs 4 ingredients and it's pretty much a carb sandwich(which is why my dad wished these hot pockets had protein- a.k.a. meat).
I've never heard of fry sauce until one of you guys suggested the idea- turns out fry sauce is more common in restaurants and fast-food joints on the West Coast and Pacific Northwest. In fact, as someone living within driving distance from NYC, I've never had fry sauce at any chain or restaurant I've been to when I had fries.
My fry sauce probably could've used more mayo, as I tasted a lot of ketchup in the sauce. But otherwise it was delicious.
My dad said this hot pocket wouldn't be bad for a snack.
You will need:
For the cooking equipment:
A cutting board or countertop
A rolling pin
Nonstick cooking spray
A lasagna pan
For the hot pockets:
A roll of crescent dough
16 French fries(about 4 per hot pocket)
1. In a large bowl, mix ketchup and mayonnaise together until you get a dark orange color- this is the fry sauce.
2. Divide the crescent roll dough into 4 pieces.
3. Flatten a piece with a rolling pin.
4. Put 4 fries on half of the flattened crescent dough and top the fries with some fry sauce.
5. Fold the dough up and make sure no filling sticks out.
6. Repeat steps 3-5 for the remaining crescent roll dough pieces.
7. Spray a lasagna pan with nonstick cooking spray. Put the hot pockets into the lasagna pan and poke each hot pocket with a fork- this will allow the steam to release out of the dough during the baking process and will prevent the dough from exploding.
8. Bake the hot pockets in a 375 degree Fahrenheit oven for 11-15 minutes, or until the dough is fully cooked. Bon appetit!
Note: Store the leftover hot pockets in the fridge for up to 3 days.