26.7 oz box
About 36 servings per container
Idaho Potatoes, Contains 2% Or Less Of: Mono And Diglycerides, Freshness Preserved With (Sodium Acid Pyrophosphate, Sodium Bisulfite, BHA, Citric Acid).
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Per 1/3 Cup Dry: 80 calories; 0 g sat fat (0%DV); 10 mg sodium (0%DV); 0 g total sugars. The potatoes made with the reduced-fat directions contain 50% less fat than the regular directions: Reduced-Fat Directions: 3 g fat per serving. Regular Directions: 6 g fat per serving. Gluten free. Made with 100% real Idaho potatoes. For over 70 years Hungry Jack has been working hard to give you easy ways to enjoy simple, delicious meals that satisfy. There's no frills or fuss, just the great taste of hearty meals that turn out right every time. So pull up a chair and dig into delicious. Find us online: Facebook. /hungryjack. Twitter. (at)hgryjkpotatoes. YouTube. Hungry Jack Potatoes. Pinterest. /hjpotatoes. Questions / Comments? 1-888-247-9477. Monday-Thursday 8am-6pm, Friday 8am-5pm (CST). Visit hungryjackpotatoes.com. Visit hungryjackpotatoes.com for more delicious inspiration!
Decide how much you want. Each serving equals about 2/3 cup. Number of Servings: 2, 2/3 water (cups); 1 butter (tbsp) (or margarine or olive oil); Salt (tsp) (optional): 1/4; Milk (cups): 1/3; Potato flakes (cups): 2/3. Number of serving: 4; Water (cups): 1-1/4; Butter (tbsp.) (or margarine or olive oil): 2; Salt (tsp.) (optional): 2; Milk (cups): 2/3; Potato flakes (cups): 1-1/3. Number of serving: 6; Water (cups): 1-3/4; Butter (tbsp) (or margarine or olive oil): 3; Salt (tsp) (optional): 3/4; Milk (cups): 1; Potato flakes (cups): 2. Number of serving: 12; Water (cups): 3-1/2; Butter (tbsp) (or margarine or olive oil): 6; Salt (tsp) (optional): 1-1/4; Milk (cups): 2; Potato flakes (cups): 4. Number of servings: About 36 (entire box); Water (cups): 11-1/2; Butter (tbsp) (or margarine or olive oil): 1 cup; Salt (tsp) (optional): 4-1/2; Milk (cups): 5-2/3; Potato flakes (cups): entire box. Stove-Top Directions: Heat up water, butter and salt to boiling in saucepan. Remove from heat. Stir in milk and potato flakes with fork until potatoes are desired consistency. Note: Prepare entire box recipe in an 8 quart stock pot and stir with a whish (Remember to refrigerate any leftovers). Microwave Directions: Combine water, butter, salt, milk and potato flakes in a microwave-safe bowl. Microwave covered on high using the chart below. Remove and stir with fork until potatoes are desired consistency No. of Servings: 2; Microwave Times: 2 to 2-1/2 (mins). Number of servings: 4; Microwave times: 3 to 3-1/2 (mins). Number of servings: 6; Microwave time: 4-1/2 to 5 (mins). Note: Microwaving is not recommended for amounts over 6 servings. (Remember to refrigerate any leftovers). Extra Creamy Potatoes: Stir in additional milk, one tablespoon at a time, until desired consistency. Extra Firm Potatoes: Stir in a few more potato flakes. Make it your Own! Extra Rich Potatoes: Substitute evaporated milk for milk. Prepare as directed, adding additional evaporated milk, if necessary, to reach desired consistency. Extra Flavorful Potatoes: Substitute chicken broth for water and omit salt. Garlic Mashed Potatoes: Substitute garlic salt for salt. Or, add a spoonful of garlic from a jar of diced garlic. Or, add one clove diced fresh garlic. Reduced-Fat Directions: Use skim milk and reduce butter amounts by half. The potatoes made with the reduced-fat directions contain 50% less fat than the regular directions: Reduced-Fat Directions: 3 g fat per serving. Regular Directions: 6 g fat per serving. Stir-In Ideas: Cooked, crumbled bacon; sour cream; shredded cheddar cheese; grated parmesan cheese; corn kernels or peas; French fried onions; crumbled gorgonzola, feta or blue cheese; green chiles; roasted peppers. Store in a cool, dry place. Push in tear back.
Grown In Idaho.,USA
BASIC AMERICAN FOODS