Hash browns are one of those vivid recipes that taste remarkable, look exciting, and take very little energy. Many people connected hash browns to the traditional dinner, but it is a welcome addition to any breakfast, lunch, or brunch. It is the pure taste of potatoes with a little spice touch that enhances its aroma and flavor. You and your children will equally love it.
The spicy hash brown is a unique delicacy on the dining table that everyone loves to eat. This is the simplest recipe to make. You only have to play with ratios, depending on how many people you are cooking for. It is the perfect whole food with flour, eggs, and herbs that you can serve to the picky eater as well as children.
Hash browns seemed like a relaxed and easy way to add crisp in the plates. Its crispy texture and gooey center are what everyone loves about. The crunching sound of the hash brown while eating fills your ears a divine tune that is loved by and its mild taste is dying for.
No one likes the soggy hash browns as it becomes chewy. The perfect hash brown is crispy. For getting the crispiest hash brown just remove the starch from the grated potatoes and the result you will get is awesome.
They are best as it is but you can add some sauce or ketchup along with them as children are crazy about sauces as well as adults. It tastes equally best with fancy sauce or even simple ketchup or mayonnaise.
- Shred potatoes using a vegetable grater. Rinse shredded potatoes with cold water until water is clear, then drain and squeeze dry. (rinsing shredded potatoes with cold water helps remove excess starch and make potatotes more crispy)
- Place them in a bowl and add in the flour, cheese, egg, onion, garlic, coriander, salt, red chili powder, and black pepper powder. Then mix everything until combined.
- In a large frying pan heat about 3-4 tbsp oil over medium heat. When oil is sizzling hot, place potatoes into the pan in a 1/2 inch thick layer and shape them in a rectangle or whatever shape you like. Cook each side for about 4 minutes or until golden brown. You can cook 2-3 in one batch or more if youre using a larger skillet.
- Take them off the pan and place them on paper towels. Serve immediately with ketchup or any sauce of your choice. Enjoy!