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On my Twitter Live Chat earlier this evening (@expertdietitian), I was asked about the healthiness of hash browns. Cafe-style or shop-bought hash browns tend to be high in fat (often deep fried) and high in salt. This is my homemade hash brown recipe – it works well using a griddle-style pan or a non-stick frying pan. I have also added information on altering your type of flour to make it gluten free for anyone with coeliac disease. Try it this weekend and serve with poached egg, grilled bacon and grilled tomatoes. Enjoy!
Makes 4 servings
Cost per serving
No more than 15p per serving
105 kcal and only 2.5g fat per serving (beats the 400kcal you’ll find in a round of BK hash browns!)
Cut into finger sized pieces to make a great baby led weaning breakfast food