jen (psykoinsane) wrote in vegancooking,

Help with hash browns!

So was feeling super lazy this morning and for breakfast I wanted hash browns, but did not have the energy to make them myself (I know they are not that hard, but grating them and cooking them and having them stick to the pan as the always seem to do and everything seemed like way too much for me this morning). So I thought I would pick up some of the frozen ones at the store since I had to go and get some other things also. So I got the Alexia organic hash browns with seasoned salt. Oh my goodness! They are sooooo awful. The flavoring is WAY WAY WAY too strong. I put a fork full in my mouth and had to spit it back out because it was way too much for me to handle. And WAY salty. It was like putting a spoonful of salt, garlic powder, onion powder, and pepper into my mouth. Seriously. I am all for seasoning things, but that was just too much. So needless to say I cannot eat them the way they are, and Raymond couldn't even eat more than a fork full. So my question is does anyone know of a way to save them? Somehow to make them less toxic flavored? Less salty? I would hate to throw away a whole bag of hash browns, but they are definitely inedible the way they are (and the thing is they have the same seasonings that I would use had I made them myself this morning-onion, garlic, sea salt, black pepper. They just put in a mother ton of seasoning. I should have known something would be off when there were all these brownish clumps of flavoring-a ton of them-but I have had the other potato products and thought these would be good like the wedges and such were). Thanks for any help!
Tags: breakfast foods-potatoes
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