Hormel Mary Kitchen Unveils Two Frozen Hash Options

Mary Kitchen

Two new meal solutions for the frozen breakfast food aisle are now available from Hormel Mary Kitchen. The newcomers include two varieties – frozen corned beef hash and turkey sausage sweet potato – and include more than 9g of protein in each serving.

Made with a hearty blend of quality meats, roasted potatoes, onions, red bell peppers and a touch of select seasoning, the new options are targeted at those seeking new breakfast options.

“Our new Hormel Mary Kitchen frozen hash products are a perfect way to bring modern day brunch to the comforts of your own home. It’s restaurant-style quality, convenient to prepare and requires no additional ingredients. However, it’s also versatile and can be used in a variety of fun and delicious recipes to fill your breakfast table with a creative and bold spin on a time-honored classic,” said Sarah Johnson, brand manager at Hormel Foods.

Two additional varieties – a breakfast hash made with pork breakfast sausage, roasted red potatoes, onions, red bell peppers, and bacon, and a superfoods hash made with corned beef, roasted red potatoes, sweet potatoes, kale, carrots, mushroom onions, peppers, and peas – are in development and will be joining the corned beef hash and turkey sausage sweet potato versions later this year.

Found in the frozen breakfast food aisle, Hormel Mary Kitchen frozen hash includes four servings per bag and can be found at select Jewel, Hy-Vee and Safeway locations across the United States.

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