Learning how to make Waffle House hash browns is really a pretty easy and delicious side to a great meal. If you’ve never known how to make hash browns, here’s your opportunity to learn and give them a chance. Waffle House gives you a chance to try their delicious hash browns with every meal you get. Now try it at home.
To make Waffle House hash browns, you will need:
- 2 cups of peeled potatoes, shredded
- ½ teaspoon salt
- ½ cup of ice water
- Vegetable oil
- To start your hash browns, put your shredded potatoes in a bowl, add your salt and mix. This is to season the shredded potatoes and make hash browns. If you want extra flavor you can always add powdered garlic or another favorite ingredient.
- Cover your potatoes with water, mix in your ice, and then put in your fridge for one to two hours. After your time is up, you have to make sure your potatoes are clean, so rinse very well under cold water. Put back into the fridge until you get your pan ready to fry with.
- To get started with frying, cover the bottom of your pan with vegetable oil, and warm on medium to high heat. Once your oil is heated, drop your potatoes in the frying pan and allow to cook for at least 10 minutes without touching, flipping, or mixing the hash browns. After those 10 minutes, flip over for another 3 to 5 minutes and allow hash browns to cook through.
You're finished and now you can try your Waffle House hash browns and enjoy. You can add salt, pepper or any other ingredient that you like to spice it up, and if you add an omelet you will have a perfect delicious breakfast!
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