Hash brown pizza

I truly admire people who can do cauliflower pizzas. Not do as in making but as in eating. I can’t. I tried, not my thing.

So I switched to this hash brown instead. I mean, everyone loves potatoes, right? And parmesan cheese. And non heavily fried, non oily hash browns.

With no further due, you’ll need:

  • 2 potatoes
  • 1 egg
  • bread crumbs
  • parmesan cheese
  • salt
  • pepper
  • pinch of cayenne
  • pinch of garlic powder
  • pinch of onion powder

For the toppings:

  • goat cream cheese
  • goat cheese curds
  • lightly pan fried spring onion
  • tomatoes

METHOD:

  1. peel and wash the potatoes and grate them on the smaller blade;
  2. squeeze all the juice out of your grated potatoes and set them to a bowl;
  3. add the egg together with the spices and mix;
  4. add the breadcrumbs gradually according to your mixture until it holds enough to form a pizza crust;
  5. in a frying pay add a little bit of olive oil and with the help of a spatula add the hash brown mixture, distributing it evenly;
  6. cook the hash brown on both sides for around 5 min on medium heat or until golden brown;
  7. set aside and allow it to cool;
  8. once cooled add the toppings and enjoy! hasbrown 2 blog (1 of 1).jpg

Of course, you can switch to any toppings you want, this is what I used for mine. Half of this pizza can keep one full so it’s a great delicious gluten free/cauli pizza alternative to bring to any picnics or pot lucks. Not to mention easier to make and perfectly served cold.

Have fun making it and of course, enjoy it!

V.

 

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