Crispy and Golden Hash Browns
Here’s how to make delicious hash browns. When you are dehydrating your next batch of potatoes, be sure to shred some. Remember to blanch them before dehydrating. See my post on Dehydrating Potatoes & Blanching
Ready to Store
- Once your potatoes are dehydrated, measure them out in ½ cup portions.
- If you like, add dehydrated onions, bell peppers, whatever strikes your fancy.
- Bag and seal them.
Rehydrate 10 Minutes
These have dark specks in them. I tried my first batch with bell peppers and onion. Decided I didn’t care for the bell peppers. They tended to turn the potatoes a darkish color.
Drain and Brown
My first batch, I simmered them in the rehydrating water, but found it wasn’t necessary. Simply drain them, add a little oil, and brown them.
Here is the Recipe Card I put in each bag: