If you like potatoes, chances are that you’d love hash browns too. And, if you are someone like me, you’d probably devour them in your breakfast. Not only do they taste great, but these finger foods are also extremely delectable and crispy too!
Hash Browns is a perfect snack to carry on the go and even freeze for later use.
However, reheating leftover hash browns isn’t as easy as it seems. Just chucking them in the microwave is not enough, especially if you don’t want to eat soggy hash browns with no flavor to them.
Generally, it’s recommended to use an oven to reheat the frozen or leftover hash browns. However, it takes a lot of time and isn’t something you’d want to do when you are running out of time. Here, we will discuss how to reheat these delicious treats in order to get the best possible outcome from your cooking efforts. So grab a cup of coffee and read on below before getting started with your next batch of crispy potatoes!
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Methods to Reheat Leftover Hash Browns
Whatever the reason for your leftovers are, chances are that you want to reheat them in a way to ensure that they are reheated evenly AND taste equally good. Whatever method you choose, ensure that you follow the steps to the T to get a perfectly crispy and fresh-tasting hash brown.
#1 In the Oven
The most conventional and likely the best way to reheat your hash browns is by using an oven. Not only does it reheat them evenly, but it also leaves the exterior crispy without making it super oily that comes from refrying. Here’s what you need to do:
#2 In the Microwave
This method is the easiest and fastest one of them all — perfect for those who don’t necessarily care about the crispy texture of the hash browns and can make do with the soggy version of it.
#3 In the Pan
Another easy way to reheat your hash browns is by using your stovetop. It’s quite simple and can restore the crispiness of this delectable potato dish. But, ensure that you keep an eye out while reheating with this method to avoid making them soggy from the outside.
#4 In the Air fryer
Last but not least is using an air fryer. Keep in mind that this method is ideal when you have a few hashbrowns that need to be reheated. Since the space in the air fryer’s basket isn’t that big, we wouldn’t suggest that you use it for reheating a lot of hash browns at once. The steps are pretty simple:
How to Make Hash Browns at Home?
If you are tired of eating hash browns from the fast-food chains and want to make some of your own, here’s a quick recipe that you can follow:
Hash browns are a favorite for many, including myself. I know there are some people who don’t like them or even think they aren’t that great of an option to have for breakfast. However, if you love hash browns and want to enjoy them every morning without the hassle of dealing with mushy potatoes then this article is just what you need!