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  1. william
    May 2, 2014 @ 3:50 am

    The photo seems to have melted cheese on the top of the hash browns. However there is no mention of cheese in the recipe.

    Which is correct, with, or without cheese?
    Thank You,


    • Mark
      May 7, 2014 @ 4:52 am

      Hi Bill,

      Yes, the Hash Browns in the photo do indeed have cheese on them. And it looks like grilled tomatoes or peppers, too.

      Waffle House offers their Hash Browns with several different topping options that you can mix and match – cheese, mushrooms, chili, etc. Here is a link to a shot of their menu from the WH website – My favorite way to get them is “All the Way” – which is with EVERYTHING. That’s because if I am in WH at all it is usually 3 or 4am and, darn it, All the Way sounds wonderful at that time of the morn.

      So, to answer your question – Either way is correct.

      What we gave you is the basic Hash Brown recipe. How you top it is entirely up to you.



      • Rab
        April 12, 2015 @ 6:07 pm

        Well, Mark, your wrong about the cheese…. LOL. I don’t know what Waffle House you have been eating at, but every one I have MANAGED, has sliced cheese laid on top at the end of the cooking period. And twohawks, yes, the Waffle House Hashbrowns come in a carton, however, it is because they are dehydrated…. They started off as real potatoes that were shredded and then freeze dried or dehydrated. When they reach the Waffle House’s, they have to be soaked in water for about 4-6 hours and then drained……


  2. twohawks 53
    March 5, 2015 @ 5:23 pm

    This is a load of crap, Wafflehouse Hash browns come in a milk carton, they are never soaked in salt water, and the cheese on top is a slice of cheese placed on them while they are still on the flat top.


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