Homestyle Hash

"From the TVP cookbook"
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  • Mix the first three ingredients and let stand 10 minutes.
  • Heat a large skillet and add the oil. Then over med high heat saute the TVP with the onion.
  • Then mix the TVP and the potatoes. If needed add a bit more oil, about 1 to 2 tbs, to the hot skillet.
  • Pat mix into an even layer, reduce heat and cook 10 to 15 minutes. Turn over carefully and cook other side. Sometimes it is easier to cut the hash into 4 wedges to turn.
  • sprinkle with parsley and cut into wedges to serve.
  • Note if you grate your own potatoes make sure they are long thin strands.

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  1. I had never used TVP before, but really liked it with the potatoes. I did place my potatoes in a towel and squeezed most of the water out. They browned beautifully.
  2. Haven't made this yet, but saw a TV cooking show today. To make hashbrowns he grated raw potatoes and placed them on a clean kitchen towel, brought all the ends together and started twisting the potatoes in the towel and a lot of water came out of the grated potatoes. Much easier to cook dry potatoes than wet ones.


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