These are wonderful for breakfast or brunch. Super easy to make and remind me of McDonald's hash browns! The recipe calls for grated potatoes, but I make with leftover mashed potatoes and it is sinfully good! If you use leftover mashed, just skip step 1 in directions. My mom made these all the time growing up and it is a good reminder of home.
My mother-in-law gave me this recipe from an old church cookbook. It is SOOOO amazingly delicious. The buttery, crunchy topping makes my mouth water just thinking about it. If you want a huge hit, make this for a crowd. It is total comfort food, so prepare to work out after you have some!
I adapted this recipe from Better Homes & Gardens. It is much healthier than pan frying fish and tastes just as good. This recipe works great on any fish fillets. My husband and I fish often and this works well with either frozen or fresh fillets. We have used it with trout, bass, and catfish.
Found these at a church pot-luck and begged for the recipe. I served these at our Superbowl party and they were the first thing to go. You can make them smaller and stick a toothpick in as an appetizer. They are delicious and easy to make. Always a hit!