These Idahoan Fresh Cut Hash Browns were so easy to make too. I was a bit concerned because you have to rehydrate the potatoes prior to cooking but they soaked up the water quickly and left no mushy mess at the bottom of the bowl. I rehydrated according to the package, about 30 minutes prior to cooking and then stored the left over hydrated potatoes in the fridge for the next day. The next day they turned out as perfect as the first day.
The first time I served these my family went nuts! They loved them. I fried them up in oil with a bit of onion (like Waffle House does). Now mine didn't come out as crispy as theirs but they were still delicious. If I had a flat top griddle like they do, mine would be as crispy as theirs.
This will become a staple product in our food storage. This with a bit of dehydrated onions and it makes a great hash brown.
I found this at Sam's Club but with a quick search on line you can also get it from Amazon and eBay or online at samsclub.com in the case (6 cartons) for $36.98.
*I was not paid to blog about this item. These words are all my own and my honest opinion. I just thought you all might want to know also!