Diner Hash Browns

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Yeah right...Guess I'll have to stick to fried slices or a frozen bag. Had no idea. Guessing Denny's etc does the same:

 


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I like to use these and cook similar to the video.
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Need a good seasoned flat top to do hashbrowns diner style. I prefer American fries using boiled taters myself. Hungary now dammit. LB
I like a Russet Potato baked. Cooled over night in fridge then cut into American fries. Season with Cajun shaker and cooked till crispy and 2 or 3 over easy eggs. Deer Sausage and toast, now that's a breakfast.
 


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Need a good seasoned flat top to do hashbrowns diner style. I prefer American fries using boiled taters myself. Hungary now dammit. LB
You can also used boiled or baked potatoes for hash browns. You still have to grate them but you don't have to do all that soaking, drying, etc.
 

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I use frozen shredded hash browns and cast iron. It took a while but I finally figured out to use a bunch of grease like he said. I might try covering them and thawing them out 1st like he suggested. When I first started cooking breakfast I always shredded my own, but its much easier to buy them.
 

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I use frozen shredded hash browns and cast iron. It took a while but I finally figured out to use a bunch of grease like he said. I might try covering them and thawing them out 1st like he suggested. When I first started cooking breakfast I always shredded my own, but its much easier to buy them.
I buy the refrigerated but not frozen and do the rest of the suggestions. have shredded my own when that's the only choice but it's more work.
 


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My favorite part of making hashbrowns is flipping the entire thing and ending with one large patty perfectly finished on both sides. Took me awhile to master it....dog loved life while I was learning how!
 


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Freshly cut onions and potatoes cooked in olive oil. Covered. Flipped a few times until crisp. Easy over eggs on top with a liberal squirt of hot sauce.
 

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