Hash Brown Cups

One morning I was in my kitchen trying to decide what to make for breakfast…so I just found some things and just made this recipe up as I went along

So I had a russet potato
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Peeled it
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grated it
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Rinsed the grated potato until all pieces were nice and clean, get all that potato starch off
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squeeze a handful of the potatoes at a time, to help get the excess water out of them
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Grabbed a muffin tin
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Grabbed three green onion and washed and trimmed the ends off
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Chop them up
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Add the onions to the grated potato
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Then I decided to add an egg
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Whisk the egg and added some dill
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add that to the potato
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One egg wasn’t enough, added a 2nd
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Then decided on adding bacon salt, to taste
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then Italian bread crumbs (about 1/4-1/3 cup)
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Mix everything together
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Then I greased the heck out of the muffin tin
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Then grabbed my ice cream scoop and scooped some potato into the scoop and scooped them into the muffin tin
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I topped each scoop of potatoes with a few extra green onion
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had enough potato to fill 5 of the cups in the muffin tin
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Then topped each one with a little butter
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baked them at 350 degrees for about 15-20 minutes, Check them, they may need to bake longer…
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Let them cool enough and then remove them from the muffin tin and eat!
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Recipe

  • So I had a russet potato
  • Peeled it
  • grated it
  • Rinsed the grated potato until all pieces were nice and clean, get all that potato starch off
  • squeeze a handful of the potatoes at a time, to help get the excess water out of them
  • Grabbed a muffin tin
  • Grabbed three green onion and washed and trimmed the ends off
  • Chop them up
  • Add the onions to the grated potato
  • Then I decided to add an egg
  • Whisk the egg and added some dill
  • add that to the potato
  • One egg wasn’t enough, added a 2nd
  • Then decided on adding bacon salt, to taste
  • then Italian bread crumbs (about 1/4-1/3 cup)
  • Mix everything together
  • Then I greased the heck out of the muffin tin
  • Then grabbed my ice cream scoop and scooped some potato into the scoop and scooped them into the muffin tin
  • I topped each scoop of potatoes with a few extra green onion
  • had enough potato to fill 5 of the cups in the muffin tin
  • Then topped each one with a little butter
  • baked them at 350 degrees for about 15-20 minutes, Check them, they may need to bake longer…
  • Let them cool enough and then remove them from the muffin tin and eat!
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