Wheat free brekkie hash browns

    15 min

    Some of my top wheat free tips are - make you're own hash browns. They are so quick and easy, so so cheap, and you can make loads and store them and have them with lunch or dinner too.

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    Serves: 3 

    • 1 to 2 potatoes
    • 1 egg
    • oil for frying
    • salt and pepper to taste

    Prep:5min  ›  Cook:10min  ›  Ready in:15min 

    1. Grate the potato - you literally only need about a 6th of a potato per hash brown, and two's plenty for brek. Then mix with a little bit of beaten egg and take a handful of the mix squish it into a round ball.
    2. Pop into a hot lightly oiled pan, use a flat spatula to flatten and lightly fry them for a few minutes either side. Add salt and pepper to taste. Easy!


    Easy and fun you can really mix it up try your own recipe versions of this I like to put a bit of onion and cayenne pepper into the mixture and grating cheese on top of it while its frying , but the possibilities are endless. I just mix in different things depending on what I've got. Grating a bit of courgette and / or carrot into the mix is also great, or using sweet potato instead of normal potato is delish.
    Serve up with beans, baked beans, bacon, tuna, garlic spinach, mushrooms, guacamole, salsa, eggs, cheese, grilled tomatoes or all of the above. Yum.

    Egg free version

    Making the hash browns with egg makes a much better looking hash brown, but if you want to do it egg free - mix the grated potato with a tiny bit of melted butter, a splash of water and a teaspoon of rice flour to help it stay together. Take a handful of the mix squish it into a round ball and squeeze out water. Then fry as directed. I end up eating a helluva lot of egg on a wheat free diet so it can be nice to give it a break!

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    Easy peasy, great!  -  18 Mar 2018