Now that things have all gone back to "normal" or maybe better to say "back to the usual routine" I am able to concentrate on my cooking posts along with my family diary posts.
Today I experimented a little, trying to make simple hash browns and to decorate them so that the children enjoy them!
I think this photo gives an idea of where I was going with my "experiment"!
Here is my simple hash brown recipe:
6 boiled potatoes
1 teaspoon of salt (maybe half a teaspoon if you don't like things salty)
4 tablespoons of flour
cooking oil (to fry in)
Boil your potatoes and mash them up.
Add your salt and flour and make sure to mix it all up well. Mix with a spoon, not a mixer.
Spread the mix (dough) and then with a drinking glass cut out circles.
Cut smiley faces into them, make the holes a little bigger than what you see here in the photos.
Fry in oil until they are golden brown.
This may not be a typical recipe for hash browns, like I said, I experimented a little and made them "interesting" for the children.
Nothing was left over, so I believe that they liked it.
I hope you liked my recipe, simple and quick to make.
Thank you for reading.