Hashbrown & Eggs (Lactose free). Shred potatoes into a large bowl filled with cold water. What's the secret to the crispiest hash browns ever? Press out as much extra moisture as possible after grating and before frying.
Let this easy recipe show you the way to brunch perfection. Learn how to make crispy hashbrowns just like you get at a diner! These are super simple and only require a real potato, butter, oil and a technique. You can cook Hashbrown & Eggs (Lactose free) using 5 ingredients and 2 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Hashbrown & Eggs (Lactose free)
- You need of Potatos.
- You need of eggs.
- Prepare of onion powder.
- Prepare of garlic powder.
- You need of earthbalance vegan lactose free butter (or any butter you like).
The secret to perfect, crispy hash browns is that the potatoes are dry before cooking, and are cooked in plenty of butter. Looking for a hash browns recipe that doesn't taste like raw potato? These hash browns are crispy on the outside yet perfectly cooked on the inside. Crispy hash browns are a must for the full English breakfast.
Hashbrown & Eggs (Lactose free) instructions
- Wash, peel then cube potatos. Then boil for 9 minutes. Drain, then return to heat. Add butter, onion powder, and garlic powder, and heat/stir until lightly brown. Remove from heat..
- (I used same pan for eggs because it was already hot from taters.) Add a little butter to pan and scramble eggs to liking. Remove from heat.
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