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These are delicious! I used store-bought fresh hashbrowns (shredded) to save time, and added the bacon for flavor. I do have to caution folks about one thing... the flipping part... easier said than done, LOL. Part of mine ended up on the kitchen floor. I would suggest cutting the hashbrown "cake" into pieces in the pan, then flipping with a wide spatula. The end result is just as tasty, if not as pretty, and your floor stays cleaner! :o) Good recipe, Bergy, I will definately be making these again!

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Terri F. February 10, 2002

This was very tasty and easy to prepare! Next time I'll use more cheese :-)

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debberd2 June 20, 2002

Really, really good! I used finely diced red onion in place of green. Make sure you use a non-stick pan - or they'll stick (oops!). Wonderful taste, texture. Definitely will be making these again.

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LuckyDog October 12, 2009

This was very good. I made it as a side dish for dinner. I think I was lucky because I had a plate that was just the right size to fit my fry pan. I put the plate on top of the potato, put my hand on the plate (with a towel to protect from heat) and flipped the whole thing right over. No problem at all. It was beatifully golden brown, crispy on the outside with the lovely melted cheese in the middle. And, as a bonus, it's healthy! Thank you Bergy, for a new way to prepare potatoes!

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Paja October 15, 2003

This recipe was made on 3/22/11 as part of my lunch and for the " Sides "event in the Food Photo Forum.Except for cutting down the recipe to serve just one( the full amount of bacon was used,I love bacon)this recipe was made as it was written.There was a bit of trouble on turning this over, so I just cut it into wedges and worked from there. After plating,the potatoes looked so lonesome
I scrambled an egg to go with it.:)This was so good that I'm going to make it again. Thanks for posting and, "Keep Smiling :) "

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Chef shapeweaver � March 22, 2011

Great flavor abut I had trouble with this one. I used too much oil and too big of a pan. Learned my lesson. Will make again soon. Loved them.

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adopt a greyhound June 27, 2010

Loved this! I think par-cooking the potatoes makes this go so much faster as you can easily cook your potatoes ahead to use in the morning. Tasted great- I served this with a biscuit type breakfast entree (using your buttery farm biscuits) and it was great. Thanks so much!

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Sue Lau October 19, 2004

I tried making my hashbrowns this way they came out alright but I went back to the way I saw them maid about 15 years ago on tv instead of pre boiling the potatoes you pill them from the raw stage lay out some cheese cloth on a plate place your grader over the cloth and grade the potato onto the cloth when all the potato is graded you wrap up the cloth and squeeze all the liquid out of the potato and then they will be ready to fry, to me this way they taste a lot better then pre boiling.

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cman143_7626993 March 26, 2012

This is way to easy and tasty! I also did not have bacon on hand but did have sausage patties.So,,,,,I broke apart the patties and added them to the hash browns. Topped with cheese and a little hot sauce! Yikes. thanks Bergy!

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Chef Mit That's Tim March 27, 2010

BRAVO! I made it and it is way too good ;) Just didn't put bacon because I didn't have any, instead i used some sliced turkey meat. Thanks, and good eats!

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zest.is.king November 18, 2009
Breakfast Hash Browns