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Making Hashed Browns
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Slightly adapted from Ina Garten
- 5 tablespoons unsalted butter
- 1 1/2 pounds boiling potatoes, 1/2-inch diced (peeled or unpeeled)
- 1 1/2 cups chopped yellow onions (2 onions)
- 2 teaspoons kosher salt
- 1 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
- 2 tablespoons minced fresh parsley
- 2 tablespoons minced chives
- If your skillet is a bit small and the potatoes are deep, it may take a little longer to get them to tender. Adjust time slightly.
- The darkness is a preference. We like our hashed browns a little darker so I notch up the temp toward the end of the cooking time. Keep a close watch so they don’t get too browned.
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Debbie Petras says
I love all of Ina's recipes. And I've actually made this one before and yes, it is so good. Ina used to have a store in East Hampton and I had the opportunity to visit it. She had a display case with so many of her foods that you could purchase. Most of the items are now recipes in her cookbooks.
Oh, yum! I have only ever had hash browns from a restaurant before (I know- horrible). I don't know why, as they seem really easy to make. I like the addition of scallions in this recipe- I'm sure it adds a little something special.
This sounds really good! We love breakfast for dinner. Especially, in the winter.
Carissa @ Pretty/Hungry says
We love breakfast for dinner too! This year I'm getting to do this with my own potatoes from the garden. So fun!
I make this recipe all the time when my extended family gets together for brunch– they all beg for it!! These hash browns are sooo good.
simple and delish, we have breakfast for dinner alot.
I can't tell you how much I am craving your breakfast at this moment, with its buttery potatoes and sprinkling of fresh herbs.
Maggie Ann says
You must be the best of wives! This looks so good. I left you a comment about your wonderful patio which I so loved!
what a fun pan for the has browns. I love breakfast for dinner but my husband, not so much. Only at breakfast!
I have never seen this recipe for hash browns..and MY John loves them too. He likes his "crispy" though so I would have to brown them heavily. They look great- xo Diaan
MMMMMM! These pictures are making my mouth water. Of course I started a diet, so anything like hash browns I am craving big time! When I lose a few pounds and feel like I can cheat a little bit, I'm making some of these. Thanks for sharing! 🙂
We have breakfast for dinner quite often. That's one of my favorite meals, I can eat breakfast food any time of day.
The hashed Browns sound delicious and that picture is amazing. I'm really hungry for some of those now
I often make these hashed browns too. Easy to make and so delicious. Sometimes I add mushrooms too.
My family also enjoyed breakfast for dinner occasionally. When we were kids, there was a restaurant in Atlanta (about 30 min. away) that specialized in hash browns and they were such a treat. Thanks for sharing this yummy recipe!
Carol @ There's Always Thyme to Cook says
They look so good. And I love how you have them, on the pan, great picture. Now I want some hash browns.