Friday, February 7, 2014

Heaping Hash Browns

Hey, so these are ahhhh-mazing. Not healthy. But that perfect amount of crunchy outside and soft wonderful inside for the perfect texture of hash browns. Seriously amazing.
Heaping Helping Hash Browns are so good everyone will want a heaping helping on their plate!
Photo Credit to Made from Pinterest
Heaping Hash Browns
1 bag of hash browns {I prefer the "shredded" hash browns}
1 stick of butter
Salt, to taste
Pepper, to taste

Open the bag of frozen hash browns. Microwave them in the bag for 6 minutes to soften. Pour them in a bowl and add all but 1 tablespoon of the butter. If you have a problem with using a whole stick of butter, you can use less or none, but your hash browns will not be as amazing as they should be. Throw caution to wind. Add a generous amount of salt and pepper to suit your taste. Stir it up. Heat a nonstick skillet on medium and melt the other tablespoon of butter in it. Pour the hash browns in the pan and press them down. Do not stir the potatoes! Let them be. When the edges begin to get brown, put a plate over the skillet.
Holding the plate tight to the skillet, flip the potatoes over onto the plate.
Melt a little more butter in the skillet, and carefully slide the potatoes back into the skillet. When the edges are brown on the underside, they are ready. Gently lift them with a spatula to check for brownness.
Flip them onto a clean plate and serve.

Recipe Source: Made from Pinterest

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