Top-ranked recipe named "Super easy homemade hash brown"
A delicious classic!
"Great. Tried hash browns when I was visiting the states and used this recipe when I got back home. Really tasty!!!"- stuartwilcox33
After peeling the potatoes, shred them using a grater in a large bowl. Wash the potatoes, drain the water and dry them using a towel. Put them back in the bowl, add the onion, the olive oil and the salt and the pepper. Feel free to add any other spices, to your taste.
Heat a large pan at low-medium and add the mixture. Separate in 4 portions using a spatula. Cover and turn over every 5 minutes, 2 times each side.
Reason2011 11 month agoThe hash browns didn't cook well for me. They were nice and crisp on the outside and nearly raw on the inside. I'm quite sure it may be me because this isn't the first time I tried to make has browns and failed. I may have not drained enough water out of the potatoes. I suppose i'll have better luck in the future! Thanks for the recipe :)
stuartwilcox33 1 year agoGreat. Tried hash browns when I was visiting the states and used this recipe when I got back home. Really tasty!!!
twisted1331 1 year ago
Sadie2723 2 years agoGood, but better with bacon and hot sauce!
Zyrjo 2 years agoLoved it! I'm gonna make this as breakky-to-go snack for my hubby. And don't forget the ketchup!
df09546 4 years agoThis recipe is ok but I just get better results by blanching the potatoes first.
Dupes 4 years agoShredded cheese adds a nice touch
ChefCoardWannaBe 5 years agoIt is not written incorrectly read it as 1 '1/2 onion'! and for those who love onion add more!
xgasoline 5 years agoIt's been written wrong, it's an ½ onion and not 1 and ½ onion.