Potatoes are one of nature's simplest, most satisfying foods. We like to keep it that way using only real, fresh, never frozen potatoes. So Simply Potatoes are as deliciously easy as they are wholesome. Since 1926. Made in the USA.
Keep refrigerated. Cook before serving. Simple Steps to Delicious Potatoes: Heat 2 tbsp of vegetable oil in a skillet until hot. Add potatoes. Spread in an even layer and press down lightly with spatula. Divide into fourths. Cook 6-7 minutes or until golden brown on the bottom. Drizzle with additional 1 tbsp of vegetable oil. Turn potatoes over. Cook 6-8 minutes. Note: During cooking, potatoes must reach a temperature of 165 degrees F for 2 minutes. Do not eat until fully cooked. For best quality and cooking results, do not freeze. After opening, store in an airtight container and use within 3 days.
Purchase By Weight: no
State of Readiness: needs to be fully cooked
Storage State: refrigerated
Container Material: plastic
Item Number (DPCI): 284-03-0048
Origin: Made in the USA or Imported
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