Photography: Karry Hosford
8 servings (serving size: 1 hash brown)

"My love of fried food doesn't fit into my healthy-eating lifestyle, so I came up with this recipe using nonstick aluminum foil. It requires high heat but no oil." --CL Reader

How to Make It

Step 1

Preheat oven to 475°.

Step 2

Place potato in a large bowl, and cover with cold water. Let stand 5 minutes. Drain and rinse potato. Dry thoroughly in a salad spinner, or pat dry with paper towels. Combine potato, onions, and bell pepper in bowl. Add the cornstarch, salt, black pepper, and onion powder; toss well to coat.

Step 3

Line a baking sheet with nonstick aluminum foil; coat thoroughly with cooking spray. Place a 3-inch biscuit cutter on prepared baking sheet. Fill biscuit cutter with 1/2 cup potato mixture (do not pack). Carefully remove cutter, leaving potato patties intact. Repeat the procedure with remaining potato mixture. Coat tops of potato patties with cooking spray. Bake at 475° for 20 minutes. Turn and bake for an additional 15 minutes or until golden brown.

Ratings & Reviews

Very nice

July 11, 2017
This made a really tasty hash brown for our brunch last weekend. Also allowed for a healthy control on the serving size, too!We will be coming back to this over and over again.

ssdkroll's Review

August 08, 2009
Yummmmmmmy! These are so good. I made them with a Brinner recipe. (breakfast for dinner). Scrambled egg sandwich on an Everything bagel with turkey sausage, cream cheese, cheddar, hot sauce, salt and pepper. This was the perfect addition. Next time, I am going to actually add the hash brown to the sandwich.

sunykang's Review

January 04, 2009
I rarely follow recipes to a "T" so I added some grated cheese, crumbled bacon and chopped red bell pepper. I also added one beaten egg to help bind the potato hash. Hoping these would still turn out, to my surprise they did! I will definitely make these again!

carenem's Review

November 28, 2011
This came out really good! My husband and daughter loved it!