Breakfast Hash Browns

Breakfast Hash Browns created by Chef shapeweaver

I find this recipe simple and the aroma mmmmm. The secret making hash browns is to partially cook the potatoes first so they do not discolor when you cook them. The cheese in this recipe helps them hang together so you get a golden cake of hash browns not just broken up bits. Boil your potatoes ahead of time and it will only take 10-15 minutes to finish them at breakfast

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  • Boil the potatoes until just barely tender, set aside to cool so you can handle them.
  • Grate the potatoes.
  • Spray a non stick skillet with veggie oil and place half the potatoes in it, sprinkle with salt& pepper.
  • Top with cheddar, green onions& bacon.
  • Add remaining potatoes, pat down.
  • Turn heat to high and cook about 5 minutes, shaking pan to keep the potato cake loose.
  • Using a spatula lift edges carefully to see when the bottom is golden brown.
  • Place a plate over the skillet and invert the pan getting the potato cake out in one piece, brown side up on the plate.
  • Spray the skillet with oil again and slide the potato cake back into the pan uncooked side down.
  • Cook about another 5 minutes.
  • Slide back onto a plate and cut into wedges.
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"I find this recipe simple and the aroma mmmmm. The secret making hash browns is to partially cook the potatoes first so they do not discolor when you cook them. The cheese in this recipe helps them hang together so you get a golden cake of hash browns not just broken up bits. Boil your potatoes ahead of time and it will only take 10-15 minutes to finish them at breakfast"

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  1. Beagle Mama
    Basic recipe, easy to substitute ingredients, easy to put together, I did single servings so the flipping was a breeze. Going into my recipe box.
  2. SHANNA H.
    Wonderful! I made it the first time as instructed and thought it needed a little more flavor( my taste). The next time I made this I chopped up yellow onion and mixed it with the potatoes. Then I use sea salt, pepper, onion powder and cumin to mix in potatoes. I still put cheese and green onion in the middle and it was great! I didn't even need the bacon! Got really good reviews from family! Will use!!
  3. cman143_7626993
    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.
  4. rodney h.
    I can really only echo the words of others before me, along with a hearty thank you. <br/>Finally, perfectly presentable and edible hash browns at home, and so easy with the boiling method. Again,thank you.
  5. Chef shapeweaver
    Breakfast Hash Browns Created by Chef shapeweaver
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