Right then. Swiss rosti? Or American giant Tater Tot? Home fries? Or fast food restaurant staple? Breakfast? Lunch? Brinner??!
Despite the confusion surrounding name / origin etc, there is one thing we are pretty darn sure about; the outrageous flavour profile of the thing. You pop several of these down on a plate next to some sausages, you’re winning…every single time. So how about putting loads of cheese and bacon inside? and fashioning it into a nice waffle shape? Just do it, it’s great (and really easy).
What You’ll Need:
- 12 Frozen hash browns, thawed a bit and cut in half
- 8 slices red leicester
- 6 slices streaky bacon, cooked
How You Make It:
- Heat your waffle iron to medium/high.
- Lay down half of your hash brown pieces, endeavouring to cover the plate of the waffle iron as best you can. Close the iron, occasionally pressing down to ensure it’s nice and flat and is crisping well.
- After 10 minutes your hash brown waffle should be done. Remove from the iron and keep warm. Place down the rest of your hash brown pieces in the same vein, close the iron and cook.
- Once crisp, place half your cheese, then your bacon, then the rest of the cheese down on top of the waffle. Rest the first waffle you cooked on top of the lot, then close the iron to melt the cheese.
- Remove the whole thing, and eat it.