Next time you roast new potatoes and onions, plan on having 5 to 6 new potatoes left over and about one whole onion. These can be used for a low-fat easy version of hash browns for breakfast.
I’ve tried making regular hashed browns where you are told to grate the potatoes then fry them flat squashed down with a spatula in a fair amount of oil.
First, I could never really get them to cook all the way through before the surface got totally blackened. Another problem was trying to flip them over without breaking them up.
Using potatoes and onions that have already been cooked and giving up on the flat squashed look make it ever so quick and easy. Try this at home.
Does not include added salt.