Waffle Iron Hashbrowns

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Waffle Iron Hashbrowns

Delightful, yummy, and easy to make hashbrowns right on your waffle maker!

Waffle Iron Hash Browns

Courtesy of Maudine Thomas

Whether you use fresh potatoes or frozen potatoes, these easy delights cook up golden brown and delicious!

Ingredients:


Using Raw Potatoes:
2 Potatoes, whole, scrubbed
1 tsp. Garlic Salt
Oil or Non-Stick Spray
Pepper to taste
Using Frozen Potatoes:
1 Bag Frozen Tater Tots or Frozen Shredded Potatoes
Oil or Non-Stick spray
Salt and pepper


Directions:


Using Raw Potatoes:
Preheat Waffle Iron on Medium-low heat.
Grate Potatoes using a fine grater, then place on a paper towel. Squeeze to remove any excess liquid. Liberally brush oil or spray the top and bottom of hot waffle iron. Toss shredded potatoes with garlic salt and pepper. Place about half a cup of Potatoes on the bottom plate of the waffle iron and spread around evenly. Close top of iron and cook for about 15 to 20 minutes until crispy.
Using Frozen Potatoes:

Tater Tots:

Preheat waffle iron on Medium heat. Generously brush oil or spray both top and bottom of waffle iron. Cover bottom plate of waffle iron with Tater Tots. Press the waffle iron closed using a bit of pressure as needed to close the iron over the potatoes. After one minute, open the iron and add more Tots to fill in any empty spots on the bottom plate of the waffle iron as needed. Close lid and cook until brown and crispy. Serve hot.


Frozen Potato Shreds or Cubes:

Preheat waffle iron on Medium heat. Generously brush oil or spray both top and bottom of waffle iron. Cover bottom plate of waffle iron with frozen shredded or cubed potatoes. Press the waffle iron closed using a bit of pressure as needed to close the iron over the potatoes. After one minute, open the iron and add more shredded or cubed potatoes to fill in any empty spots on the bottom plate of the waffle iron as needed. Close lid and cook until brown and crispy. Serve hot.