Which Fast Food Place Has the Best Hash Brown + Photos

The hash browns at Chick-fil-A were made for dipping.

chick fil a hash brown in box

The hash browns had the right texture and flavor.

Savanna Swain-Wilson

Chick-fil-A may be best known for its chicken, but it has some decent hash browns. Having sampled these previously for a different taste test, I can confirm they’re still as tasty as the last time.

Like Burger King and Carl’s Jr., Chick-fil-A has miniature hash-brown discs rather than single, palm-sized patties. But unlike the two other chains, Chick-fil-A’s hash browns actually offered the right texture and flavor.

They were small but sturdy, with each piece boasting a perfectly crispy, ever-so-slightly browned crust that gave way to a yummy, soft, and moist potato center. All this made them ideal for dipping into ketchup.

As far as flavor goes, I thought these hash browns hit all the right marks, even if they weren’t out-of-this-world amazing. Since they’re fried in peanut oil, they had a much more mellow taste overall, but I wouldn’t call them bland — they just tasted the most like real potatoes.

Even though there was a noticeable presence of oil on the box, I didn’t find them greasy at all.

Verdict: The crisp texture and dippable quality made these hash browns difficult to put down once I started eating them.

On top of that, at $1.39 an order, they seemed like the best deal for the price.

My only complaint is related to the box they came in. I learned the hard way that if you leave these hash browns trapped under the lid for too long, they become soft potato nuggets.

Next Post

Montgomery City Council continues discussions on food truck ordinances

Thu Oct 14 , 2021
Montgomery City Council continued its discussions on food trucks at its Oct. 12 meeting, (Screenshot via Montgomery City Council livestream) Montgomery City Council continued discussing potential changes to its proposed food truck ordinances at its Oct. 12 meeting. Conversations about the ordinances began during a July council meeting and were discussed again at a Sept. 30 workshop session, Community Impact Newspaper previously reported. Dave McCorquodale, assistant city administrator and director of planning and development, presented the council with updated proposed […]

You May Like