Grandma's Hash Browns Recipe
My Grandma made these simple hash browns nearly every morning when I spent time with her. They take a little planning, but they're better than any others! Serve with your favorite style eggs and breakfast meat!
For a hash brown casserole as comforting as Grandma's, just combine everything in one dish, top with cornflakes, and pop it in the oven.
Amazing, great flavor, easy and oldfashion
I've never made hash browns from scratch, so when I found this recipe, I knew I just had to try it. These tasted exactly, if not better than what we enjoy at our favorite diners here in Jersey. Denyse, your grandma certainly knew what she was doing because this was genius. Who would have thought to boil and refrigerate? Because I decided on this side just hours before dinner, I speeded up the process by placing the potatoes in the freezer until they were good and chilled. I did add sauteed chopped onion to this and some garlic and onion powders. I'll never, ever go back to the frozen stuff again!! Thank you so much!!!!
Two mishaps in making this recipe. 1) I ordered hash browns on my grocery list & 'O'Brien' hash browns were delivered. 2) I forgot to add the cheddar cheese into the mix. The 'O'Brien' hash browns added a great flavor and I topped the casserole with some of the cheddar cheese the last 5 minutes of baking. It's worth trying the'O'Brien' hash browns. I'm making it again in the future...but not forgetting to add the cheddar cheese.
Southern-style hash browns and sour cream star in this easy, comfort-food hash brown casserole handed down from Grandma.
This is almost the exact same recipe that's on the back of the Simply Potatoes Shredded Hash Browns bag. It's very rich and buttery and a staple at our Christmas Eve dinner. I make mine in an 8x8 pan and I leave off the corn flakes because I'm not a huge fan of those.
A delicious breakfast/brunch recipe using hash browns, diced ham, eggs, etc. Easy to make and everyone loves it!