Dehydrated Hash Brown Potatoes CASE
Item Number: 007-360-0361
Honeyville's Dehydrated Hash Brown Potatoes are light and crisp, while the flavors have the perfect balance of sweet and tart that only comes from the freshest potatoes.
You can use them for any application that calls for hash browns, including eating them right out of the can as a healthy snack. Honeyville's dehydrated hash brown potatoes are great for casseroles, side dishes, breakfast burritos,
the possibilities are endless!
Honeyville Dehydrated Hash Brown Potatoes are produced in a process where moisture is removed from the product in a special drying process. This remarkable process concentrates the fresh taste, natural color, and texture of hash browns.
When rehydrated, the product will absorb the liquid and resemble fresh hash brown potatoes once again. The taste is great, and the nutritional value is preserved. Dehydrating provides natural and additive
free vegetables to be stored effectively for long periods of time. Honeyville Dehydrated Hash Brown Potatoes are an ideal product for long term food storage and emergency preparedness.
Shelf-Life: Dehydrated Hash Brown Potatoes will store for 5 to 10 years in a sealed #10 can (oxygen absorber included) under ideal storage conditions (cool, dry place). Once
opened, it has an average shelf life of 6 to 12 months.
Instructions: Place Dehydrated Hash Brown Potatoes into a bowl or container. Add enough boiling hot water to barely cover all of the potatoes. Allow potatoes to hydrate for about 15 minutes or until fully rehydrated.
Uses: Dehydrated Hash Brown Potatoes can be used to make perfect golden brown hash browns, or in combination with casseroles, fritadas, breakfast burritos and more.
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Packaging: Dehydrated Hash Brown Potatoes are sealed air tight in a #10 can and weighs approximately 1.25 pounds. A case contains 6 #10 cans and weighs 7.5 pounds.
Each can contains 33 servings. One serving size is ¼ cup. Once rehydrated, a serving size comes out to about ½ cup.
Ingredients: Dehydrated Potato Slices preserved with Sodium Bisulfite.
Allergen information: This product is produced on equipment that processes products containing soy, wheat, egg, peanut, and tree nuts.
A little work but Tasty...
8/25/2011 11:24 AM
This is a tasty product. To get hash browns they are a little more work than just adding hot water like some other dehydrated products but they are worth it. Also, like someone else has written, the directions given will not get you softer hash browns with a crispy outside. And I was concerned about that. Following the directions, give you very crispy hash browns (not that they tasted bad) but they might be toooo crispy for some people. My second attempt was much more successful. I placed the potatoes in a pan and covered them with cold water. I just boiled the potatoes in the pan until they were well hydrated and were cooked done. At that point, most of the water had either been absorbed or boiled off. If they aren't done yet and you start running low on water you could add a little hot water from the tea kettle. Then I transferred them to a hot griddle to brown in some butter, salt and pepper. Delicious! And also another good item to have for complete preparedness.
10/9/2010 10:16 AM
I know these are meant for hash browns, but I bought them for soups and other uses too.
Today I made the BEST chunky chicken soup using canned chicken, these hash brown potatoes and other freeze dried vegetables in my rice cooker. Just put everything in the rice cooker with water and seasonings and let the rice cooker go for an hour.
Everything is perfect and delicious!
A little tricky to prepare
5/24/2010 4:52 AM
If you just follow the instructions you'll end up with hard crunchy hashbrowns.
I like my hashbrowns soft with a crust on the outside.
Follow the instructions but let them sit for 30 minutes stirring 2 or 3 times.Drain ompletly in a sieve or collander.Add to saute pan (low heat with a little cooking oil and a big pat of butter) and use a spatula to form a patty. Cover and cook for 10 minutes, turn patty over and cook for another 10 minutes covered.Turning the patty over without it breaking up is a trick you'll have to discover.Trust me, it can be done.
They came out almost as good as I make with raw potatoes grated with a Salad Shooter.