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    Default Quick and easy freeze dried Hashbrowns

    I found a product today at WalMart that I'm adding to my boating supplies:

    Hungry Jack Premium Hashbrown Potatoes. Cooks in 5 minutes and comes in what looks like a small milk carton. This is a 4.2 oz cardboard container.

    You add the hottest tap water that you can get and fill the carton to the fill line.

    Close the carton and let it stand for 12 minutes. Drain well.

    Preheat a large nonstick skillet and 2 tbsp oil on 375*F heat.

    Pan fry for 3-4 minutes. If there's any left overs put them in the fridge.

    Makes 1 lb of Hashbrowns! $1.50 per carton.

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    Makes me hungry just thinking about it.
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    good find, thanks for the tip

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    Also,Costco has had freeze dried hash bowns for a few years and they taste pretty good. I found out a lot of restaurants use freeze dried potatoes for their breakfasts. I like making potato omlettes with them.

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    I like the Costco hash browns... Nice to know about the carton of hashbrowns to go however. Will have to add that to our boat cruise list on:
    http://www.bremertonnjrotc.com/cruise.htm

    edit: already added and updated... thanks...
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    Sounds like good dry goods to keep on the boat for those impromptu cruises.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Go Aweigh2452 View Post
    I like the Costco hash browns... Nice to know about the carton of hashbrowns to go however. Will have to add that to our boat cruise list on:
    http://www.bremertonnjrotc.com/cruise.htm

    edit: already added and updated... thanks...
    Costco has Jennie-O Turkey bacon. You can put some between paper towels and microwave it or fry it on the stove. When frying it does not splatter grease at all. No BHT or Jet Fuel in this product!
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