Posted: 4/28/2013 7:50:51 PM
ok so a lot of people seem to be confused about the "fold diagonally" instruction so maybe this will help. So you have two triangles attached to each other which makes a square right? so what you do is take the top right corner and fold it downward and across the dough til it meets the lower left corner. Or take the top left and fold it to the bottom right, whatever your preference. Boom! you've got cute little triangle pizza pouches now! hope this helps.
Posted: 4/24/2013 2:45:20 PM
Simple and easy. Would do again with suggestions I didn't read before. It's a little tricky to use as is and fold over the dough and make it a triangle.
Posted: 4/22/2013 10:11:33 PM
this recipe can be modified in so many ways such as tender steak and blue cheese or steak and mushroom for steak I use a tenderloin you can also add vegetables and sausage and ham
one note I it required to precook things like mushroom, vegetables chicken and sausage as the time in the croissant is not sufficient to tenderize/cook safely some items like sausage but remember not to cook the ingredients totally as it will cook a little in the pastry
Posted: 4/18/2013 5:36:41 PM
Made these for dinner tonight with a few modifications based on other reviews...I used crescent dough SHEETS to avoid any leaking crescent ROLL seams. I made two pizza pockets out of each canister of dough...just rolled out the dough and cut it in half. I skipped the pizza sauce to avoid any sogginess. I used about 1 Tbsp diced fresh tomato(seeds removed) in each pizza roll instead. Also added about 1 Tbsp ricotta cheese to each. I sprinkled each with a little bit of Italian Seasoning blend to make up for the lack of pizza sauce flavor. Baked at 375 for 18 minutes...Perfection. Got rave review
Posted: 4/12/2013 10:01:26 AM
Okay after reading most of the reviews this is my input on this recipe...I opened the can (crazy right?) and spread the dough out and then rolled into a large rectangle. From that I was able to cut it into six squares, which made more sense to be able to "fold diagonal". I put my toppings MINUS the sauce on one side of the square, folded and crimped and it worked GREAT! (I also brushed the outside with egg white) After baking the kids and I just dipped our pockets into sauce. It made sense to me, hope this helps.
Posted: 3/28/2013 2:29:50 PM
I made these for my family and they were a pain. I took 2 triangles to make a rectangle used a fork to seam it together. Then I put the ingredients in and folded it then the seam cam apart. I tried everything to keep it together it was a disaster!!
Posted: 3/5/2013 7:02:07 PM
Made these for the first time tonight! Changed the directions abit! Folded them in half, used a brush to put some sauce on the bottom - since others said that the sauce made them mushy- so just to get the pizza taste I brushed some on! Made some with Pepperoni and then some with Ham! Next time I will put more toppings inside!
Posted: 2/5/2013 2:01:59 PM
These were great! Except - the recipe asks you to create a rectangle out of two triangles. Makes sense! BUT then it says "fold diagonally". There isn't a way to fold a rectangle diagonally! We actually created four big pockets by putting two rectangles on top of each other filled with toppings :)
Posted: 1/29/2013 6:13:50 PM
I made these and thought they were terrible. I tried some healthier ones with a few onions and peppers and they were almost IMPOSSIBLE to fold and crimp. But even the ones where I followed the recipe exactly and only added sauce, cheese, and pepperoni were lousy. They were also very hard to fold and the crust was kinda "doughy" on the bottom. I ended up turning them over and broiling them on the bottom for a few minutes to brown them up. I will not make these again. I hope you have better luck than I do. I also had to fold mine into squares-triangles just wouldn't work.
Posted: 12/24/2012 3:15:42 PM
If Pillsbury dot com is seeking a copy editor, I can fax over my resume.