Brown Pan Healthy Hash Recipe –This is an author's post, written by me on behalf of US PotatoesAll opinions are 100% mine.
Hello! I have a delicious version of the classic recipe – Hash Brown Casserole to share today. I am glad that I have another packaged potato recipe because they have a lot of good stuff to feed you.
Potatoes are a great option for raw carbohydrate, which is gluten free and very versatile. There are so many different types and ways of cooking them – from mashed potatoes to potatoes to potato lasagna – you can eat them as the base or side of your meal.
Plus it is a vegetable and has zero fat, sodium or cholesterol. Boom But this is also what they have, which makes them wonderful – they are packed with fiber, vitamin C, B6 and potassium – the skin on potatoes has more potassium than a banana. Depending on how you cook it, taters can be the basis for a large amount of high-calorie fiber.
Check out these nutritional specifications for medium sized potatoes …
This recipe is good for everyone – children, adults, runners, eaters, your dog, if it falls to the floor …
I tried this for the first time last year in Bible study, and it was so good! A friend brought it to our pot, saying it was very easy to do! I asked her what was there, and she listed the potatoes …. butter … sour cream … cheese … sausage … and I immediately wanted to make it at home, but – replace some of the ingredients to make it easier version of this dish.
So I simplified it and packed it with vegetables. Ready and tasty!
This lighter version of the classic brown hash pan offers carburetors – potatoes, proteins – eggs, vegetables – sweet peppers and onions, cheese – dairy products (and if you use spicy cheddar, it is filled with extra flavor).
Simple ingredients and super tasty!
Refreshing the Light in the Classic Breakfast Recipe
- 20 ounces. chopped potatoes
- 6 eggs
- 2 cups egg whites
- 16 ounces of frozen bell peppers and onions
- 1 pm L. each: salt, pepper, garlic powder, dried parsley
- 1.5 cups shredded cheddar cheese
- optional: green onions for the top
Directions: Heat the oven to 350 degrees. Put the bell / onion pepper in a microwave bowl and heat to room temperature for a few minutes, drain the liquid.
Mix eggs and spices, add chopped potatoes and bell peppers. Combine and pour into a greased baking dish. Bake 30 minutes (until almost set).
Top with cheese and continue to bake until tender (10 to 15 minutes).
Serve with spring onions (and ketchup or hot sauce if this is your thing).
You can learn more about the benefits of eating potatoes and how they can feed you for optimal performance (or your sport) on your website – PotatoesFuelPerformance.com
And check out my breakfast potatoes in the Crockpot recipe here!
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This post is in partnership with Potatoes USA. All opinions are my own.
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