how to make hash browns fast, easy and cheap?

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Big Jake
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how to make hash browns fast, easy and cheap? - Tue, 01/27/04 3:32 AM
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hehe, ok give all the "quality and cheap blablabla.."
Im thinking one litttle red onion to every three potatoes, oregano, cumino, Tabasco salt pepper. put all in linen cloth and squeze out the water, fry til almost done and freeze. rey on order till siszling hot. ? so whatdo you guys say?

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RE: how to make hash browns fast, easy and cheap? - Fri, 02/6/04 4:26 PM
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Big Jake: I have a couple of suggestions:

1: A spell check might help me totally understand your thoughts
2: Eat them while they are hot
3: Add bell peppers and jalapeno peppers

Paul E. Smith
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RE: how to make hash browns fast, easy and cheap? - Thu, 02/19/04 5:22 PM
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After you shred your spuds, soak them in COLD water for a few minutes, drain well then soak them in cold water for a couple more minutes again. Squeeze out the water thourghly before frying. This helps remove the starch and makes them much better!

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RE: how to make hash browns fast, easy and cheap? - Thu, 02/19/04 5:29 PM
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Jake - I would just stick with the onions, potatoes, salt and pepper and let the customers add any Tabasco etc. The beauty of the hash brown is in the simplicity.

Cook the frozen hashbrowns on a griddle til one side is brown, and the flip.