Advantages A very versatile potato product
In Northern America hash browns are a popular breakfast dish though they can be enjoyed at any time of the day and the Swiss have their own variation of the hash brown which is called Rosti.
Years ago the hash brown was given the slightly longer title of the `hashed brown` but as time went by the `ed` was dropped and the potato dish became known simply as the hash brown.
Many of us put McCains and frozen potato products in the same sentence but the company also provide many other quality frozen food products too.
McCains describe the humble potato as a `nutritional powerhouse`- what an amazing label for something that we take for granted!
The potato is rich in protein, potassium and is loaded with Vitamin C. Leave the skin on the potato and you have a good source of fibre too.
The company explain that the variety of potato used will vary, each season brings a different harvest. But McCain go to great lengths to explain that they only use the best of the crop to produce their hash browns.Take a wander along the freezer aisle of any major supermarket chain and you will find the frozen hash browns easily.
They can be cooked in two ways, either in a hot oven or underneath the grill. I usually plump for the oven because I can just put them in and within reason forget about them while they cook.
Pre-heat the oven to 220C and lay the hash browns on a baking tray, take care not to overlap them, they need their own space to cook through properly.
Put them into the hot oven for about 20 minutes but during that time turn them over a couple of times to make sure they cook evenly.
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