Introduction: How to Cook Rustic Hash Browns (Diner Style)

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This recipe is quick and easy for a great weekend breakfast.

Cooking some bacon first will add another layer of flavor.

Step 1: To Start You’ll Need 1 to 2 Potatoes Per Person.

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Grate the potatoes into a bowl, there’s no need to peel these.

Step 2: Now These Potatoes Have Been Grated We Need to Remove As Much Liquid As Possible.

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Layout a tea towel, place the grated potatoes in the centre.

Bring all the corners together and ring out the liquid.

This will help the hash brown form a beautiful crust.

Step 3: Light a Chimney of Charcoal.

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Setup the BBQ for direct grilling.

Place a cast iron pan over the charcoal.

Step 4: First Thing We Need to Do Is Cook Our Bacon.

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I’m using homemade bacon; you can find a link to the recipe in the description.

Need the bacon has fried off, we are left with beautiful bacon fat.

This will add another layer of flavour.

Step 5: Lay Out the Potatoes in the Pan, Try to Make Sure the Layer of Potato Isn’t to Thick.

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Break it up and mix together, we want to cook the potatoes through before it starts to form a crust.

Season with salt and pepper.

Step 6: Now Let It From a Crust on the Bottom Before Flipping to Cook the Other Side.

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Step 7: Move the Pan Indirect, So We Can Cook Our Eggs.

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I like mine sunny side up but the choice is yours.

Step 8: All That’s Left to Do Is Serve It Up.

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Place the hash brown at the bottom followed by the homemade bacon.

Finally top it with the eggs.

This recipe is quick and easy for a great weekend breakfast.

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