3 Reviews

This is getting a five from bacon loving DH. I must be a freak because I thought I would prefer it with less bacon. :) I started this in a non stick pan that turned out to stick like heck! When I inverted the plate (seriously hot btw) the bottom crust remained in the pan. Undaunted I hauled out the pan I should have used in the first place - cast iron. I stuck the bottom back on and finished them in that. We thoroughly enjoyed these potatoes. Thanks for posting. Made for Food.Commandos ~ ZWT 7

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K9 Owned June 23, 2011

Great comfort food, a central European take on hashed browned potatoes. Unlike the previous reviewer I used my seasoned cast iron skillet from the beginning and it came out dark but perfect. I added a dollop of sour cream and could easily picture it alongside a couple of fried eggs. Very tasty and filling!

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Lavender Lynn June 30, 2011

I had a baked potato left over from dinner and decided to use it to make this for our breakfast. It truly went together pretty easy and I had no trouble with it sticking (I did use spray before starting) Loved the addition of the bacon and onions and I even added some sliced jalapenos that I had pickled from the garden. It does remind me of crusty hash browns and we really enjoyed. Right at the end I sprinkled with grated cheddar cheese and enjoyed that addition.

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Bonnie G #2 October 16, 2013
Basler Rosti With Bacon and Onion