Have a few too many hash browns? You might be asking yourself if it’s possible to reheat those crispy golden treats the following day.Sadly, reheated hash browns are all too often disappointing because they lose their crunch and become soggy or gummy.To avoid this, I’ve tried out four different ways to reheat hash browns to find the best technique for restoring their crispy golden outsides and soft, tasty, potato-filled interiors.
Space your hash browns out on a greased baking sheet.
Lightly coat them with cooking spray (optional).
Place in the oven for 5 to 6 minutes.
Remove and flip your hash browns.
Return them to the oven for a further 5 to 6 minutes.
Flipping your hash browns halfway through reheating them will ensure an even crisp.Spreading the hash browns out on your baking sheet will also assist with an even reheat and stop them from sticking to each other.If you’re reheating multiple hash browns, this method is very convenient. While it may take a bit of time, you won’t end up with cold fillings, which can be pretty unpleasant.Be careful not to leave them in the oven for too long, as that can dry them out or burn their crispy outsides.