Breakfast Hash Browns
You've had hash brown potatoes at diners, and now it's time to enjoy a truly homemade plate of hash browns at your next breakfast or brunch. With a couple of fried eggs, over easy, your hash brown potatoes are going to be the hit of the breakfast or brunch table.See Popular Breakfast Hash Browns Recipes
Hash is a such a great way to use leftovers, like the cooked salmon called for here. Any other cooked or smoked fish -- or diced ham -- could be used in place of the salmon.
Get kids involved; ask them to help prepare the eggs and toast for breakfast. They can stir the cheese into the corn bread batter or add the finely shredded basil to the eggs and hash browns.
For a great appetizer make these hash brown potato cakes. The addition of onions, herbs, salt and pepper give off a delicious aroma that is the perfect start to any meal.
Knowing how to make hash browns is like bringing a piece of American diner culture into your home. How were hash browns invented, and how did they become so popular? Some think they owe their heritage to the Swedish potato dish, Roesti, which is a delicious pancake of shredded, browned potatoes -- crispy on the outside, tender on the inside.
Another quick and easy dinner with hamburger? You think you know them all, but until you try this Easy Skillet Beef and Hash Browns (click here for the recipe), you don't really know quick, easy -- or downright delicious. Yes, this one-dish meal is super-fast to make.
Remember when hash browns were just for breakfast? Ha! Neither do we. Seems as long as we've ever known them, hash browns have been popping up in recipes all the live long day, and why not? They're budget-friendly, super easy to work with and prepare, and they fall just shy of chips for being the preferred potato delivery system (certainly when it comes to an easy way to serve potatoes hot and delicious, there are few equals). Often undersung, hash browns give an added heartiness to family casseroles and potluck potatoes, while also absorbing flavors in lighter dishes toread more
The nests are made with prepared hash brown potatoes, so they're a snap to put together. The filling is simply scramble eggs and chives topped with cheese. A great Easter brunch recipe.
Use prepared shredded hash brown potatoes to get a head start on this fast flavor-packed sausage dinner.
This traditional skillet recipe of beef and vegetables topped off with an egg is versatile enough to be served for breakfast, brunch, or as a main dish.
Quick and easy recipes should never mean "still-hungry," and cheesy, delicious Easy Skillet Beef with Hash Browns will never disappoint. Really. Just because it's a busy weeknight, why should the kids and the rest of the family suffer with some kind of crazy casserole that (click here for good easy casserole recipes you'll love), while easy to toss together, leaves you munching on chips or pretzels an hour later. No, no, no. That's not even healthy. If a recipe doesn't fill you up -- in a good healthy way -- then it's not worth making. We're not skinnyread more
Beef sirloin served over a hearty hash makes a delicious family-style dinner. Add fried eggs for an even more filling meal.
How easy! All your breakfast favorites--hash brown potatoes, eggs, ham, and cheese--in one pan.
Jalapeno pepper kicks up the flavor for this popular potato-onion skillet dish. Make it for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
A quiche recipe that has all the fixings of a traditional farmer's breakfast--eggs, ham, cheese, and hash brown potatoes--all baked in a pie.
These little potato and herb cakes make a nice side dish recipe for beef or chicken but could also be served as an appetizer.