Waffle Iron Hash Browns

When I saw waffle hashbrowns on chow.com I had to try it.  Waffles are my wife’s favorite, but i don’t particularly like them.  Now I can cook something with the waffle maker.

Besides the fact that I now have something to do with my waffle iron besides making waffles from scratch, this was a very cheap, filling, and easy meal – plus the boy liked it…

Waffle iron hash browns are tasty, cheap, and filling – this is just what a prepper meal should be.  If you have one of those campfire waffle irons, then this would make a great camping recipe – I can imagine how good it would be with ketchup and a nice fire.To make waffle iron hash browns:

  • Heat the waffle iron to its medium setting.
  • Peel your potatoes and grate them on the large holes of a box grater.
  • Squeeze the mixture by the handful to release as much moisture as possible.
  • When the iron is hot, fill the bottom half with 1/8 inch vegetable oil (about 1 tablespoon).
  • Combine the potato with some black pepper, and mix until well combined.
  • Place about 1 cup of the taters in the iron, sprinkle some salt over top, brush with vegetable oil, and close it
  • Cook until the hash browns are golden brown and crisp, about eight to ten minutes.

Waffle Hashbrowns are tasty, cheap, and filling – this is just what a prepper meal should be.  If you have one of those campfire waffle irons, then this would make a great camping recipe – I can imagine how good it would be with ketchup and a nice fire.

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