Hash Browns – Real Crispy

Hash Browns - Real Crispy
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The secret to really crispy homemade hash browns is to rinse the potato starch from the potatoes and to get them nice and dry. By using a salad spinner it is easy to both rinse and dry the grated potatoes. Once added to the hot pan don't move them until they are nicely brown. Sunday breakfast never tasted so good!
Servings Prep Time
4 10minutes
Cook Time
15minutes
Servings Prep Time
4 10minutes
Cook Time
15minutes
Hash Browns - Real Crispy
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Votes: 34
Rating: 3.53
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The secret to really crispy homemade hash browns is to rinse the potato starch from the potatoes and to get them nice and dry. By using a salad spinner it is easy to both rinse and dry the grated potatoes. Once added to the hot pan don't move them until they are nicely brown. Sunday breakfast never tasted so good!
Servings Prep Time
4 10minutes
Cook Time
15minutes
Servings Prep Time
4 10minutes
Cook Time
15minutes
Ingredients
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Instructions
  1. Peel the potatoes and place into cold water in a salad spinner
  2. Cut each potato in half and run through the grater of a food processor, immediately return grated potatoes to cold water in the basket of a salad spinner
  3. Rinse potatoes of the excess potato starch, drain and refill with cold water and let soak in the cold water.
  4. Heat a cast iron or other heavy bottom pan - add the oil and heat on medium high.
  5. While the oil is heating - drain the potatoes using the basket of the salad spinner and spin dry. Shake and spin again.
  6. Add the potatoes to the hot pan, spread out and do NOT move until browned and crispy. Season with salt and pepper or seasoning salt.
  7. Using a spatula, divide the potatoes into four sections. Check the edges and when golden brown, carefully flip each section. Again, do not move the potatoes until the underside is golden brown.
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Each morning my granddaughter Sarah calls to ask, "Watcha doing, Nana? Are you baking Nana?" Hence my "name" Baking Nana. I am a mother to three wonderful children and a grandmother to 12 very hungry grandkids. I don't bake fancy cakes but I do make wonderful yeast bread and home cooked meals made with love.

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