Hash Browns in the Waffle Iron

Recipe Rating:
 2 Ratings
Serves: 8 servings
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Cooking Method: Griddle


2 lb bag of frozen tater tots, or regular hash brown potatoes or shredded type
salt , pepper and garlic powder to taste

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Pat Duran Recipe
Well Seasoned
Las Vegas, NV (pop. 583,756)
Member Since Aug 2011
Pat's notes for this recipe:
Trolling the internet looking for the meaning of hashmarks(stripes on sleeves of uniform from the service) checking on a photo of my grandfather, and came across this unrelated article and thought I would share it with everyone -because it is such a clever idea. Your kids will love these.
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Spray your waffle iron generously with cooking spray.
Place tater tots on waffle iron to cover each section. Close lid ,pressing down slowly.
After 1 minute, open the iron and add tots to any empty spaces, as needed.
Close lid and cook until crispy and golden brown -like waffles.
Remove from waffle iron. Salt and season lightly. Serve with ketchup, if desired.Enjoy!

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user jamie Beecham jamie4cakes - Dec 5, 2012
gosh how neat it is a keeper for me
user susan simons imbossmare - Dec 5, 2012
This looks like something I would make for breakfast. Hash marks are time in service and time in combat I believe depending on which arm.
user Pat Duran kitchenchatter - Dec 5, 2012
Thanks Jamie.
You are right Susan, thanks for taking the time to respond to this recipe,girls.
user susan simons imbossmare - Dec 5, 2012
Each service stripe is 3 years combined service..If you didn't find it surfing:)

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