Tuesday, July 28, 2009


These hash browns are super easy to make. They're no-fat also, and they take care of the veggie for dinner. I've never really measured the ingredients--I just use whatever I have in my fridge, but I'll do my best to describe what I do.

1 package hash browns (I'm lazy). I buy the kind that only has potatoes as an ingredient. (They have zero fat.)

Spray frying pan with Pam, pour hash browns in, and cook until potatoes are getting brown and a little crispy. Flip potatoes every once in awhile so they don't stick/burn.

In another frying pan, saute (*in a tiny bit of water) the following *chopped ingredients:

Sweet red/yellow/green peppers
Sweet onion
Green onions

Cook until desired consistency. *I don't even usually add water to the frying pan because the juices from the mushrooms and onions are usually enough--I do have to flip the veggies over to prevent burning, though. *I add enough veggies to equal the potatoes.

Add the veggies to the potatoes. Eat. The end. (I put ketchup on them.)

1 comment:

Courtney said...

Just found your blog from the LazyOrganizer-
We made this for dinner and it was delicious my kids couldn't get enough of it.