Some microwave packaging may disintegrate when exposed to high cooking temperatures, causing potentially harmful chemicals to enter food, a federal report stated. Those containers most likely to pose problems are known as heat susceptors designed to elevate temperatures--some to 500 degrees F. --during microwaving.
Thereof, what is the hot pocket sleeve for?
Every Hot Pocket needs to be microwaved inside a little cardboard sleeve that's called a susceptor. The purpose of it is to absorb microwaves and concentrate more heat onto the Hot Pocket — in a sense “broiling” it so the crust becomes crispier.
One may also ask, how does a microwave crisper work?
Heats up to 400 degrees The secrect is the Microwave Energized Heating Pan that converts microwave energy into conductive heat so it cooks like a grill, and the specially designed lid shields microwaves protecting your food from harsh direct energy.
What is microwave packaging?
Microwave Packaging. Microwave package is a package, which can be used for cooking or heating the product in a microwave oven. Thermal conductivity of the package can affect the heat transfer between food and oven.
Are Hot Pockets discontinued?
Many Varieties Have Been Discontinued Even with dozens of varieties currently available, plenty have also been discontinued over the years. Examples of bygone Hot Pockets include Pizza Minis, subs, calzones, paninis, fruit pastries, and quesadillas.