Honeyville's Dehydrated Hash Brown Potatoes are light and crisp, while the flavors have the perfect balance of sweet and tart that only comes from the freshest potatoes. You can use them for any application that calls for hash browns, including eating them right out of the can as a healthy snack. Honeyville's dehydrated hash brown potatoes are great for casseroles, side dishes, breakfast burritos, the possibilities are endless!
Honeyville Dehydrated Hash Brown Potatoes are produced in a process where moisture is removed from the product in a special drying process. This remarkable process concentrates the fresh taste, natural color, and texture of hash browns.
When rehydrated, the product will absorb the liquid and resemble fresh hash brown potatoes once again. The taste is great, and the nutritional value is preserved. Dehydrating provides natural and additive free vegetables to be stored effectively for long periods of time. Honeyville Dehydrated Hash Brown Potatoes are an ideal product for long term food storage and emergency preparedness.
Shelf-Life: Dehydrated Hash Brown Potatoes will store for 5 to 10 years in a sealed #10 can (oxygen absorber included) under ideal storage conditions (cool, dry place). Once opened, it has an average shelf life of 6 to 12 months.
Instructions: Place Dehydrated Hash Brown Potatoes into a bowl or container. Add enough boiling hot water to barely cover all of the potatoes. Allow potatoes to hydrate for about 15 minutes or until fully rehydrated.
Uses: Dehydrated Hash Brown Potatoes can be used to make perfect golden brown hash browns, or in combination with casseroles, fritadas, breakfast burritos and more.
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Packaging: Dehydrated Hash Brown Potatoes are sealed air tight in a #10 can and weighs approximately 1.25 pounds. A case contains 6 #10 cans and weighs 7.5 pounds. Each can contains 33 servings. One serving size is ¼ cup. Once rehydrated, a serving size comes out to about ½ cup.
Ingredients: Dehydrated Potato Slices preserved with Sodium Bisulfite.
Allergen information: This product is produced on equipment that processes products containing soy, wheat, egg, peanut, and tree nuts.
This is a codicil to my previous post. I tried soaking these OVERNIGHT and they are SUPER this way. They only get crunchy when cooked too long for that golden color. But it isn't a hard crunchy no taste crunch. And there just right soft in the middle.Review by Margaret
Onion, garlic salt and a good quality oil and your set. Be sure to have paper towels on hand to drain the potatoes--there less greasy this way. But it TOTALLY beats fast food.
They take about 15-20 mins to cook on medium high. Just before I'm done I turn the heat up high so they get that darker golden color. But that's only a couple of mins. Just stir every once in a while. You could actually get dressed while breakfast is cooking!
I reviewed this on the old website. Boiling water and letting potatoes soak as long as possible.Review by Margaret
I let mine go about 45 mins. I added chopped onion, garlic salt and Mediterranean salt (the kind of grind). I've never learned how to make them into hash browns. That's user fault not the fault of the potatoes!
I fried them up and they came very much like potato sticks. Very very passable.