Keto Philly Cheesesteak Ring Made with this Keto Hot Pocket Dough Recipe
Social codes made it difficult for women to uphold the ideal of immaculate neatness and delicacy while enjoying a meal, so the wife of the host often dined in private with her entourage or ate very little at such feasts. Medieval Food — academic articles and videos The History Notes website tells the story about the food and drink in the Middle Ages Le Viandier de Taillevent — An online translation of the 14th century cookbook by James Prescott Medieval cookery books at the British Library — Learning resources on the medieval kitchen How to Cook Medieval — A guide on how to make medieval cuisine with modern ingredients The Forme of Cury — A late 14th-century English cookbook, available from Project Gutenberg Cariadoc's Miscellany — A collection of articles and recipes on medieval and Renaissance food MedievalCookery. For my ground meat I buy roasts or cheap cut steaks when they are on sale and grind them into chopped meat after trimming most fat. Once the cheese has melted, add the butter and egg to this mixture. During this period, diets and cooking changed less than they did in the early modern period that followed, when those changes helped lay the foundations for modern European cuisine. Baked at for 30 min.
Instant Pot Chicken and Stuffing recipe directions:
Both turned out amazing! Get creative with the filling! Next time I think I will add pepperoni, sausage, and cheese with a small amount of spaghetti sauce. Please come back and tell me what you create because I am always up for a bit of variety and new ideas too.
There was some confusion on the servings. I made two large hot pockets and then I cut them into individual sizes by cutting each of them into six servings each. I wished I grabbed a photo to show this but the family devoured them about as quickly as I cut them. I wanted to show you what the dough looks like before you start kneading it. I used a silicone mat to roll the dough out. Then I flip the mat over onto a parchment sheet of paper to bake it.
I would have used my other silicone mat to bake it on but I was using it for something else at the time. I fold it by flipping over the long side first and the the other long side.
Then fold over the ends. This is the second Keto Hot Pocket where I added a small amount of spaghetti sauce to the top of it. The house was smelling amazing at this point! Everyone came to see what just came out of the oven!! You will need a small saucepan and a medium size bowl.
It's important to have the cheese warm when you roll out the dough. If not, it won't roll out easily. It will seem as though the ingredients don't come together right away. You will see the separation of flours and cheese but, don't worry, these ingredients will eventually come together when you knead the dough. Pour the dough mixture on to a non-stick silicone mat or parchment paper I prefer the silicone mat because it sticks to the counter top and don't budge when you are rolling out the dough Split the dough into two different portions.
Gently roll the warm dough out into a rectangle shape. Then set it aside. Finally, bake it for about 18 to 20 minutes or until it's golden brown. This dough recipe made two large Keto Hot Pockets. There are about 4 to 6 servings for each individual Hot Pocket depending on how big you slice them. I stuffed it with scrambled egg, ham, breakfast sausage, black olive, green onion, mushroom, and salsa.
I eat too much cheese. If you are looking for more Keto snack ideas, I highly suggest you look at the Top 10 Keto Snacks article here! Thank you for sharing. The dough was so flaky! One thing, can you explain the serving size exactly? Mine made two big pockets and the nutritional facts say 12 servings so we can assume we should get 6 pieces out of one. Too bad I ate the whole thing! I noticed you mentioned the dough ingredients will come together when you knead the dough…but missed the part about actually kneading….
How long do we need to knead it? Once you pour the ingredients on to the mat you will start to knead it. You will know what I mean when you start to make it yourself. Made these tonight with leftover turkey, veggies, and a keto bechamel sauce.
However, no way each half of the recipe makes servings. We cut each one in half, and my husband and kids could have had more. My son thought it was regular crust! How noticeable is the coconut flavor? We are not fans at all unfortunately. What would the adjustment be? Thanks for posting this! I just made these with garlic and Italian seasoned ground meat, carmalized onions, Italian seasoned diced tomatoes form the can, and topped all that with 6 cheese Italian blend.
We used to make homemade calzones at least once a month, but have stopped since some of our family have gone keto. Now I can make them again!!! Thank you, again, for another wonderful creation!! My family used to love sromboli, but I quit making it because of the carbs.
I would use lean seasoned ground beef, cabbage, and onion for a Runza. For my ground meat I buy roasts or cheap cut steaks when they are on sale and grind them into chopped meat after trimming most fat. My family loves this for chili, homemade spaghetti sauce, anything using hamburger. I tried it with ham and swiss cheese, then made a dijon mustard cream sauce bechamel and dijon to taste for dipping. I cannot wait to try this recipe!!! And, would this work for something with a cinnamon flavor?
There are two ways to cook the vegetables in this recipe. You can cook them before or after you add the stuffing. If you cook them before the stuffing you will get regular steamed vegetables. If you cook them after they will not cook as much and be extra crunchy. It all depends on how you like your vegetables cooked. You can add your green beans on top of the chicken as the next step to pressure cook them on high for about 2 minutes by pressing the manual button and setting the valve back to seal.
You can do this option before you put the stuffing in the mix. Mix one cup of sour cream in with the soup before you spread it on top of the stuffing mix. Replace the lid and set the manual button for another 4 minutes. Mix all of the ingredients together. When you mix it all together you will notice the chicken start to shred with very little effort.
Serve it immediately and enjoy! We heated up some leftovers in the waffle iron and it came out amazing! It has a light crisp on the outside!! We have a TON of recipes coming soon to the blog and you will definitely want to keep up with all the different recipes on our brand new Pinterest Board called Instant Pot Pressure Cooker Recipes here.
You can grab an Instant Pot here on Amazon. It quickly became a love affair for me and maybe a bit of an obsession which is now a full blown dedication as proven with my new dedicated Pinterest board! The time it takes for the cooker to come to pressure will be longer though. I made this recipe last night using a lower sodium chicken stuffing mix and, while it was pretty mushy, the flavor was great! I ended up dumping a drained can of green beans in after the chicken had cooked before adding the stuffing mix and cream soup.
Turned out great after everything was all stirred together! Thanks for the idea for a quick dinner. Comments Would you cook the chicken breasts the same amount of time if they are fresh?