Mountain House – Breakfast Hash
No one likes waking up at 3:30 am. But if it means getting an early start to an amazing, but distant and remote trailhead… we’ll do it. Before we start walking though, it’s time pop open the tail gate, set up the stove, and fuel up for the adventure ahead.
What can we say about Mountain House Spicy Southwest Breakfast Hash??? We’ve had it before. We’ll have it again. Heck, we would order it if it was available at our favorite breakfast dinner.
Specification: Mountain House – Breakfast Hash
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Preparation is a cinch. Shake all the dry ingredients up to pre-blend the mixture. Remove the oxygen pack after you open up the bag. Boil 1 ½ cups of water. Add the water to the bagged contents and give it a good stir. Then simply wait 10 minute and enjoy!
- Only 15 minutes from start to finish.
- No reminder to mix the dry ingredients and prevent clumped up spices.
Where to start… This is a hot meal, and we mean full of spices. It’s not going to burn your mouth, but it will send your taste buds on a trip. You will definitely taste the green chilis, red pepper, onions and hot pepper sauce. The large chucks of shredded beef are quite flavorful as well. All of these ingredients are fairly well balanced against a hash brown base. Personally, we feel like there could be more potatoes in this meal to make it perfect. Mountain House Spicy Southwest Breakfast Hash is a constant in our packs.
- Spicy but not overwhelmingly so.
- Large chunks of beef.
- Could use more hash brown potatoes.
- Vegetable could be a bit more firm and crisp.
At Outdoor Food Lab, we list our weight ratings as such:
- 150+ calories/ounce: / Ultralight Hiking Food
- 131-149 calories/ounce:
- 111-130 calories/ounce:
- 90-110 calories/ounce:
- Less than 90 calories/ounce: