10 Foods You Are Probably Cooking Wrong


Everyone makes mistakes, especially when it comes to preparing food. No one was born with the absolute knowledge on everything, and this is no reason to be ashamed, especially when you know that we’ve got your back. With our help, say goodbye to preparing these 10 foods wrong.

1. Homemade Hash Browns

Who doesn’t like a good platter of homemade hash browns? Well, properly made platter of homemade hash browns, anyway.

Leaving the browns wet and cooking it them on a skillet is one of the most biggest mistakes you can make while preparing this delicious snack.

If you don’t like your hash browns soggy (for some weird reason), you should probably prepare them properly. Squeeze the shredded potatoes to get rid of excess liquid, and preheat the oven to 350 degrees F.

Then take a baking sheet and cover it lightly with any kind of oil, and spread the shredded potatoes in a thin layer. Top the potatoes with a mix of olive oil, salt, and pepper. Cook the potatoes to your desired degree of crispness, which usually takes about 15 minutes, and say goodbye to soggy hash browns.

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