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Eggs or no eggs in hashbrowns?

>> No.15101432

>>15101428
in? no.

>> No.15101438

>>15101428
That's not a hashbrown, around here it's called a spudbortion

>> No.15101447

>>15101428
it's called a hash brown

not an egg brown

>> No.15101452

In? Sounds like a spanish tortilla (spanish omelette). On? Totally fine, especially when it's crispy hash browns topped with brown gravy and then throw on a couple of fried eggs and hot sauce.

>> No.15101458

>>15101428
Not in. Not even if it was shredded and made into a hash. But with? Hm. If you've got no toast to sop up the yolks I guess. But without a meat I say ideally no.

>> No.15101469

>>15101458
>>15101447
>>15101438
>>15101432
>>15101452
How do (You) make hashbrowns then?
Every top recipe online puts eggs inside

>> No.15101485

>>15101469
Grate potatoes, rinse and squeeze out excess liquid. Fry in oil over medium-high heat until crispy on both sides, season with salt and pepper. That's a standard hash-brown.

A spanish tortilla usually takes sliced potatoes and cooks them until almost soft, then drizzles over scrambled eggs over low or medium-low heat until cooked mostly through, then flipped once and cooked until complete. It's like a potato frittata more than hash browns.

>> No.15101503

>>15101485
What do you call grated potatos that have been mixed with an egg and then fried then?

>> No.15101510

>>15101469
grate potatoes into cold water, rinse until the water is clear. Put the grated potato into a clean kitchen towel and squeeze the water out. Try out some hot fat in a big, heavy skillet. Season and fry the grated potatoes in batches until crispy and golden. Serve.

>> No.15101512

>>15101428
That would be potato cakes with a weird texture

>> No.15101515

>>15101469
Well they're fucking wrong. No eggs.

>> No.15101517

>>15101503
The closest thing I can think of is the spanish tortilla I already mentioned. If you're doing it without cooking the potato beforehand, it's probably just a big ol' sloppa shit.

>> No.15101518

>>15101503
a potato omelet or a spanish tortilla

>> No.15101522

>>15101469
Nigger I've never seen a plate of hashbrowns come with eggs inside them. Hashbrowns are supposed to be crisp, salty, oily, and starchy. If you must an egg ontop accomplishes the same damn thing only the yolks isn't running into it and softening it while you eat.

>> No.15101531

>>15101518
>>15101517
Surprised no one here has ever heard of that. Also spanish tortilla doesn't look close to what I mean.
I think what I mean is called a Potato Pancake. Maybe it's not an american thing.

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>>15101469
even mcdonalds hash brown doesn't use egg and they're the gold standard

>Ingredients: Potatoes, Vegetable Oil (canola Oil, Soybean Oil, Hydrogenated Soybean Oil, Natural Beef Flavor [wheat And Milk Derivatives]*), Salt, Corn Flour, Dehydrated Potato, Dextrose, Sodium Acid Pyrophosphate (maintain Color), Extractives Of Black Pepper.

you've been duped anon

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