We woke up this morning… well, nearly afternoon, and were STARVING! We wanted to go to brunch but had too much to do so I decided to make brunch at home.
Hash Browns are one of my favorites because they are crispy, salty, and compliment just about everything you could ever think of to have for breakfast or brunch. I FINALLY went to the grocery store so I had an abundance of deliciousness to work with.
This recipe is made with homemade hash browns. If you wanted to take some help from the store and buy your own in a bag, go for it! You will seriously cut down on your time in the kitchen and the outcome will be basically the same.
Also, I am not putting measurements next to some ingredients because you can just use what you have. Add more mushrooms if you love them and take off the onions if you don’t. I would also recommend adding diced tomatoes to this dish, but due to the crazy weather we’ve been having, tomatoes aren’t in abundance right now.
Loaded Hash Browns
Time: 45 minutes
3 small potatoes, washed and peeled
fresh mushrooms, sliced
green bell pepper, diced
ham, cubed or chopped
2 eggs, fried sunny side up
Preheat oven to400°. Cube, slice, or dice potatoes into small pieces.
I used a mandolin slicer to shred the potatoes. Put potatoes on a greased baking sheet and bake for about 15 minutes.
Meanwhile, in a skillet over medium-high heat, cook jalapeños, mushrooms, onions, bell peppers, and ham until cooked throughout, about 5-7 minutes. Set aside. When potatoes are done, form loosely into patties and fry in a well oiled skillet over medium-high heat, turning once. Fry until browned on both sides. Top potato patties with veggie and ham mix, cheese, and sunny side up egg. Yum!
- You can substitute the ham for bacon, turkey, etc.
- This is a great way to use up any leftover veggies or meat you may have in the fridge.