Thursday, November 3, 2011

Hash Browns

Hash browns from Dunkin Donuts is always delish. Are you tired of eating the french fries or home fries? If yes, here is this comfort side with potatoes which is an quintessential breakfast in uk. 

 
These hash browns will make the morning more whimsical :)


Ingredients:
 
Grated potatoes-1 1/2 cups
Egg-1 no
Oil-As required
Salt-As required
Pepper powder-As required 
 


Method:

Squeeze the grated potatoes using a clean cloth.Transfer them into a large bowl, add the egg to it followed by a dash of salt and pepper. Combine the ingredients well to a thick consistency as though you could form patties out of it. Heat a tbs of oil in a pan, scoop out the potato mixture, flatten it into patties and throw it into the pan. Toss it once the base is brown and crisp. Let both the sides turn golden brown, enjoy it as a side for breakfast.

17 comments:

Prathibha said...

I just love them..looks delicious

Priya said...

Omg, wat a super delicious platter, seriously am drooling here..

Radhika said...

Perfect to indulge children.

Happy Cook / Finla said...

I would love to hav ethis for a weekend breakfast.

Suja said...

Love it,perfect breakfast..drooling

Roshan said...

i like anything with potatoes...nice recipe

Tina said...

Ohhhh perfect ...

divya said...

looks very tempting and mouthwatering !! Beautiful clicks !!

Priya's Feast said...

Never tried hash potatoes at home...luks so yum and perfect...

Sanctified Spaces said...

Perfect pick me up breakfast option...and thanx a ton for your wishes San...your the sweetest!!pls do come over if you come down to Chennai.

Catherine said...

Dear San, Hash browns are always a favorite!! These sound easy and delish! Blessings, Catherine xo

Chitra said...

First time here. u have a cute space:)

Rachana said...

I love them. Yum!

Uma said...

Looks so tempting and delicious.
Uma@Trendy Relish

Nandini said...

Delicious hash browns! My dot's fav:)

aipi said...

Perfect platter to start your day with :)
USMasala

Shireen Sequeira said...

Ths is my hubby's most favourite breakfast item :) I must make these sometime soon. By the way thanks for the comment on my post. Regarding your query, if you do not have bafat powder you can use a blend of red chilli powder (abt 1 tsp)+ coriander powder (3/4th tsp) + 2 pinches each of cumin powder, pepper powder & turmeric powder. These are just approximate quantities as we always make bafat powder in bulk. Hope it helps!