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Old 03-15-2014, 05:09 PM   #1
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Success!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

A huge "Thank You" to all who helped with my hash browns and my new
ceramic frying pan.
Yesterday's Friday Fry-up was a treat. I cooked the hashbrowns from frozen
for the suggested 15 minutes a side, did not "fiddle" or move them around the pan at all. They were well-cooked, hot and mmmmmmmmmmmm.
When Friday comes around again I will try them defrosted and see if there is any difference in taste and form.
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Sheila

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Old 03-15-2014, 05:15 PM   #2
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Congrats Copperhead!
Glad it was successful.

I might add should the package say to do from frozen then you are probably better off following their advice. Of course, experiment away and be sure to let us know the results.

You may want to keep an eye on level of heat and timing.

hmmmm - think I'm going to check my freezer for some - you've made me hungry!
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Old 03-16-2014, 01:22 PM   #3
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A huge "Thank You" to all who helped with my hash browns and my new
ceramic frying pan.
Yesterday's Friday Fry-up was a treat. I cooked the hashbrowns from frozen
for the suggested 15 minutes a side, did not "fiddle" or move them around the pan at all. They were well-cooked, hot and mmmmmmmmmmmm.
When Friday comes around again I will try them defrosted and see if there is any difference in taste and form.
Love from
Sheila
Is Friday special for some reason? We "fry up" any day of the week.
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Old 03-16-2014, 01:34 PM   #4
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I must have missed conversation on this before. I love my ceramic frypan. It is my new best friend! It does the best grilled cheese (when I don't want to get out the panini maker). I'll have to look for your previous posts to check it out.
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