As the self-proclaimed the king of the fryer There was no hesitation when people from Betty Crocker approached me about deep-frying something. I'll admit that I was a little cautious when I was told that my job was to cook Totino's brand new Bold pizza rolls However I took the opportunity. What I discovered was that this easy and quick snack is perfect for deep-frying. I was left wondering how I didn't come up with this concept by myself! Pizza rolls cook with a crisp crunch that isn't possible with the usual method of heating them up in the microwave or oven.
For the beginning, pour two or three inches worth of vegetable oil into the base of a 2-quart pot or Dutch oven. (You can also make this with a deep-fryer in the event that you own one.) In the meantime, heat the oil until it is at 375 degrees F.
Drop four to six pizza slices to the pan of oil. Then, fry them for about two to three minutes or until they turn golden brown. You might need to adjust your temperature to maintain the proper temperature. After the rolls have risen up to the top, monitor them closely. If the oil begins to pop most likely, it is because one roll has exploded out and cheese is flowing out. This results in a lot grease to spill out, and it is best to get rid of the damaged roll right away if it occurs.
Discard them on the plate lined with towels. The filling will be extremely hot, so make certain to stand for an hour before you put them in your mouth. I served this with ranch dressing as well as ketchup served on the side.