Categories: Breakfast, Frozen Food.
Josh – October 24, 2014:
When crisped to the right texture, these are 5-star. Really tasty (albeit obviously not very healthy) for a breakfast treat.
Lena – September 7, 2015:
I like to cook these until they’re really crispy. I’ll also add some pepper, dill and a little salt for flavor. YUM!
Ross – November 14, 2016:
Sometimes I just don’t feel like doing the entire potato thing…
Good to have in the freezer for convenience… Crispy, crunchy with nice insides…
Gelato Jill – June 9, 2017:
These hash browns are soggy and falling apart unless you cook them for a while. It takes longer than what it says on the package to get them dark golden brown, and they need to be that color or else they will fall apart.
I thought that they had a stale/greasy taste. I am not a fan of the packaging, which requires me to use a freezer baggie to keep it these hash browns from getting freezer burn. It takes only a little bit longer to cook TJ’s tater tots in the oven, and the tater tots are far superior in terms of taste and texture.
Vinnie – February 11, 2019:
I fry mine in leaf lard a little salt and pepper.
Better than McDonald
Not that bad
Made with chicken, vegetables, and Indian spices wrapped in a flaky pastry.