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 How do you cook frozen White Castles?
ScoutOut  [Member]
2/15/2007 6:08:39 PM EST
I picked up a box of the frozen White Castles at the store earlier. I normally just nuke them but somebody once posted that they cooked them in the oven with water somehow to steam them and they were a lot better. Anybody know this technique?

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Chokey  [Team Member]
2/15/2007 6:10:10 PM EST
you don't, you go to a White Castle's and buy fresh ones with a sack of onion chips, and enjoy the entire next day in the bathroom.
hourglassing  [Team Member]
2/15/2007 6:11:15 PM EST
yuck. Nasty, greasy things. I suspect if you just hit them with a spark from a flint they will burst into flames.
chips  [Team Member]
2/15/2007 6:12:22 PM EST
microwave works for me...
Catsclaw  [Team Member]
2/15/2007 6:16:58 PM EST
Get an oven safe pan of water hot, place in oven, cook. You can do it in the microwave like that too, but they are kinda mushy.
VooDoo3dfx  [Team Member]
2/15/2007 6:17:37 PM EST

Originally Posted By chips:
microwave works for me...


+1

Use extra ketchup tho.. they never use enough.
Tacberry  [Team Member]
2/15/2007 6:19:00 PM EST
You can do it in a college dorm room with an iron and some tinfoil.
BushMeister  [Member]
2/15/2007 10:06:16 PM EST
Back when I was able to eat them (diet-wise) this is how I used to microwave the White Castles:

Take two little White Castles out of the package. Put ketchup (and relish, etc.) on the burgers. Run your hand under the faucet and get a little water on it, using this to pat down the bun (on the top of the top bun, and the bottom of the bottom one). Then wrap the White Castles in a paper towel. You'll have to work out the microwave time according to your individual oven.

The extra water keeps the buns from drying out, and gets them nice and moist. And the burgers come out VERY hot if you do it right, so watch it.

Wish I could have some right now.
Throttle-Junkie  [Member]
2/15/2007 10:13:56 PM EST
Heavy six. is that you?
RAINBOW6  [Member]
2/15/2007 10:16:18 PM EST

Originally Posted By Chokey:
you don't, you go to a White Castle's and buy fresh ones with a sack of onion chips, and enjoy the entire next day in the bathroom.


Sounds like a place you find yourself at rather than plan on going to.
sherrick13  [Team Member]
2/15/2007 10:20:09 PM EST
The best way to prepare modern WC burgers.

Open trashcan lid, dump them in, close trashcan lid.


The only way to get good ones are with a time machine.
raven  [Team Member]
2/15/2007 10:22:25 PM EST
Thaw them out in the trash can.
kbi  [Member]
2/16/2007 3:05:32 AM EST

By raven : Thaw them out in the trash can.


+1

Work's for me . Tried them once and never again .
Taxman  [Team Member]
2/16/2007 3:08:25 AM EST
I wont try them they got onions on them I cant stand onions
Interceptor_Knight  [Team Member]
2/16/2007 3:14:01 AM EST
Thaw them in the bonfire.....
Whitecastle = teh nasty...
oldjack  [Member]
2/16/2007 3:23:27 AM EST
MMMMM Sliders, I just wet a white paper towel and place over the critters and nuke for 2 minutes. Nearest Castle to me is hour and half away and Wegmans gets $4 for pack of six! I once transported 100 frozen Castles from Chicago to Pa. I'm sure this broke some kind of law!
Tacberry  [Team Member]
2/16/2007 3:30:35 AM EST

Originally Posted By oldjack:
MMMMM Sliders, I just wet a white paper towel and place over the critters and nuke for 2 minutes. Nearest Castle to me is hour and half away and Wegmans gets $4 for pack of six! I once transported 100 frozen Castles from Chicago to Pa. I'm sure this broke some kind of law!


Federal and State Haz-Mat Transportation laws unless you had your vehicle properly plaquarded and your Haz-Mat endorsement. Did you fill out your driving log?
JCKnife  [Team Member]
2/16/2007 3:42:43 AM EST
Pull pin and throw.
dragongoddess  [Member]
2/16/2007 4:06:55 AM EST
2 white castles on paper plate. Wet paper towel and cover white castles. 2 min's should do the trick in a microwave. Though fresh ones are preferred but since I'm about 1.000 miles from the nearest WhiteCastle resturant I have to make do with the frozen ones.
TxLewis  [Team Member]
2/16/2007 4:27:40 AM EST

Originally Posted By dragongoddess:
2 white castles on paper plate. Wet paper towel and cover white castles. 2 min's should do the trick in a microwave. Though fresh ones are preferred but since I'm about 1.000 miles from the nearest WhiteCastle resturant I have to make do with the frozen ones.



EXACTLY!!!

Texas needs two things to make it complete.

White Castle, and Donato's

There is no pizza in Texas that even comes close to Donato's

TXL
Taxman  [Team Member]
2/16/2007 4:28:48 AM EST

Originally Posted By TxLewis:

Originally Posted By dragongoddess:
2 white castles on paper plate. Wet paper towel and cover white castles. 2 min's should do the trick in a microwave. Though fresh ones are preferred but since I'm about 1.000 miles from the nearest WhiteCastle resturant I have to make do with the frozen ones.



EXACTLY!!!

Texas needs two things to make it complete.

White Castle, and Donato's

There is no pizza in Texas that even comes close to Donato's

TXL


Do you atleast the a Krystal?
msz  [Member]
2/16/2007 5:01:11 AM EST

Originally Posted By Throttle-Junkie:
Heavy six. is that you?


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