Cheesey Potato & Carrot Hash Browns


Cheesey Potato & Carrot Hash Browns
Tasty for dinner, lunch and school lunch boxes or makes a great hors d'oeuvre. Delicious hot or cold. Flavoured with local Gourmet Garden Herbs and delicious local Kenilworth Cheddar Cheese and introducing the new Kenilworth Organic Cold Pressed Olive Oil. 

Ingredients

·         1 large sweet potato.
·         1 washed potato, washed.
·         1 large carrot, washed and peeled.
·         2 stalks spring onion.
·         1 teaspoon Gourmet Garden Chives.
·         2 teaspoons Gourmet Garden Garlic.
·         1 cup Kenilworth Cheddar Cheese, grated.
·         3 Sanitarium rashers.
·         1 teaspoon Tumeric.
·         Karom Himalayan pink mineral salt to taste.
·         Pepper to taste.
·         Organic tomato sauce to serve.
·         1 & 1/2 tablespoons  organic cold pressed olive oil ( I use Kenilworth).

Method
·         Heat ½ tablespoon of the oil in a frying pan.
·         Slice thinly and fry the rashers until nicely cooked, set aside.
·         In a bowl grate the potato, sweet potato and carrot, mix together
·         Add in the chives, garlic, turmeric, salt and pepper to taste, cheese and rashers, combine well.
·         Heat 1 tablespoon or so of oil in a frying pan.
·         Take tablespoon size amounts of the mix in your hands and press the mixture together to make a patty shape, squeeze out excess moisture.
·         Fry just a couple at a time on a medium heat, allowing to go golden brown on each side, press down gently as you do.
·         Drain on paper towelling.
·         Turn onto a wire cooling rack.
·         Serve with a bowl of organic tomato sauce.
Notes
·         Great for kids lunch boxes, include a small container of the tomato sauce.
·         Use ham instead of the sanitarium rashers.
·         Swap the dipping tomato sauce for a bowl of sour cream mixed with gourmet garden chives and some fresh chives on top.
·         Great for picnics.
Toddler Tips
·         Make theirs toddler hand sized for ease of use. Serve with a fresh crunchy salad including things fresh beans, cucumber, cherry tomatoes and red capsicum.

This recipe I created for client Maleny Supa IGA and their Local Product Local Recipe - recipe cards. 
Recipe & Food Image Photography ©RebeccaMugridge 2013

34 comments:

  1. Am still after that dish :)
    Nice Bek :)

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  2. OK, so here comes the American. I read the recipe, and it sounds yummy (I love sweet potatoes and carrots, chives, garlic - and even spring onion, which is what I think we in upstate NY call "scallions".) But then I come up short: "Sanitarium rashers". ???? I know rashers are what we call bacon - I googled this and "I think" your Sanitarium rashers are what we would call vegetarian bacon. (Am I right?) So, it is fascinating when American English diverges from English English, or Australian, or New Zealand English...still laughing out loud.

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    1. Hi Bookworm!!
      Yep scallions :)
      And yes they are vegetarian bacon.
      You could also use normal bacon but it would have to be well cooked.
      It is fascinating!!
      Thanks so much for your comment XXX

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  3. This looks absolutely yummy, I am going to try it out tomorrow.

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    1. Hi Anita!
      Thank you! Let me know how you go X

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  5. I really do like this recipe, Sneaking healthy foods into something that kids will eat. I will be trying it before the grandchildren come over

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    1. Thanks Chef William!
      I love make a few healthy twists on traditional favourites - especially for kids :) My two kids and their friends loved them x

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  6. Hi Bek,
    if I said I was into cooking, I'd be lying(!), but I will say the cheese carrot potato hash browns do sound and look good - tempted to give it a go!
    Cheers,
    Gordon

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    1. Haha Gorgon! Thanks for reading and commenting, hope you do give them a go xx

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