Homemade hashbrowns, which method is better?

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Registered: 09-08-2007
Homemade hashbrowns, which method is better?
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Wed, 02-22-2012 - 9:29pm

So I've been google-ing a little and found 2 ways to make homemade hashbrowns. 1) Parboil the whole potato, peel, grate/shred then cook or 2) Peel, grate/shred, rinse, pat dry on paper towel, cook. Everything I've found has gone back and forth as to which way works better. I imagine that there is some difference in texture or cook times or something, but I haven't found anything to sway me to try one way over the other. Any ideas for the pregnant one craving pancakes, scrambled eggs and hashbrowns for dinner (or breakfast)?

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Registered: 09-08-2007
Sun, 02-26-2012 - 9:45am
That's what we are hoping. When DS was about 2 months old we talked about when we wanted to have the next one and we both agreed that we didn't want our kids to be as far apart as we are from our siblings (6 yrs for me, and 10yrs for DH) but we didn't want them crazy close together either. 3-4 became the compromise. Whats really funny is DH does not remember having this conversation at all :)
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