Hash browns are the perfect addition to your breakfast or make a great meal on their own. I’m going to show you how to cook frozen hash browns at home so you can enjoy these tasty potato patties at any time.
Hash browns are made from potatoes that have been cut and then reformed into patties or cylindrical shapes called tater tots. Hash browns are sometimes sold shredded, like shredded cheese, and they cook up much faster this way.
They can be used as a garnish or as their own dish. They’re already cooked fully; you simply have to warm them up, and you usually want to crisp them for the right texture.
Once you know how to cook frozen hash browns on the stove, you’ll see how easy it is and you will be able to make them in minutes. The shredded hash browns are probably the trickiest to make because they can burn easily. It’s a little tougher to tell when they’re done, but no kind of hash brown is very difficult to make. Beginner cooks should be able to make these up without any issues.
How to Cook Frozen Shredded Hash Browns
Let’s start with the shredded version of hash browns and show you how you can warm them up in a skillet. Some people prefer to put a little oil into the skillet before cooking hash browns, and this works just fine, but I think the oils are necessary. It adds extra fat and a level of healthiness that you really don’t need.
Simply warm a skillet on medium heat putting nothing inside it. Once the skillet has started to warm, you can spread your hash browns there. Do not layer them too high- a single layer of shredded hash browns would be perfect, but it’s okay if you have some of them resting on top of each other. You just don’t want your stack to go very high.
I would say half an inch to an inch of hash browns is deep enough for a frying pan.
How long to cook shredded hash browns for? You only need to cook them until the ice melts and they become golden brown. You have to flip them partway through so they can brown on the other side. Cook them for about 5 minutes on medium heat.
If your hash browns are not very deep in the
How to cook frozen shredded hash browns in the
Once again, don’t stack your hash browns too high. Preheat the
Now you know a couple ways for how to cook frozen diced hash browns.
How to Cook Frozen Hash Browns in
Next, let’s cover the method for how to cook the patty type of hash browns as well as tater tots. Once again, you can cook these in the
You can begin by preheating the
They may not need to cook for that full 20 minutes in total, and the cooking time will depend on how many of them you have in the
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How to Cook Frozen Hash Browns on a Griddle
You can use a griddle for cooking your hash browns as well. The method we use for cooking them on a griddle is the same as how to cook frozen hash browns in a waffle maker.
It’s really easy to cook frozen hash browns this way. You simply need to heat up the griddle/waffle maker and then put your hash browns in the griddle and then close it completely. Allow the hash browns cook for five or 10 minutes or until they are as cooked as you want them to be. Then, take them out of the griddle.
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How to Cook Frozen Hash Browns in a Skillet
My favourite is in a frying
Just heat up your empty frying
You want them to cook until they’re done on one side, which will take about 3 to 5 minutes on medium heat. Then, flip them over and allow them to cook on the other side for the same amount of time.
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You may need to put them back and forth a few times to ensure they are crispy and golden on both sides. Once they’re done cooking, you can lift them out with the spatula and serve immediately.
I like to serve my hash browns with American cheese slices on top, microwaving them for about 20 seconds so the cheese melts. You can also cover them in ketchup or the condiment of your choice. Of course, they are great to eat just plain as well.
How to Cook Frozen Hash Browns in Microwave
I want to share with you one last way to cook your hash browns, and that’s warming frozen hash browns in the microwave. As I said before, this is my least favourite way to cook them, but it works fine in a pinch. In fact, it is the fastest way to cook frozen hash browns.
How long to cook your hash browns in the microwave? It doesn’t take very long, and I suggest cooking them for about a minute and a half on one side and then flipping them over. Cook on that second side for about a minute and a half again.
You may have to flip the hash browns over a few times to cook them all the way through. Once they feel completely warm, you can serve and eat them. It may take as long as 4-5 minutes for the hash browns to cook completely in the microwave, depending on how frozen they are and how powerful your microwave is, as well as the power setting on your microwave.
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