Waffle Iron Potato Hash

Happy Sunday!

Our house loves brunch! My husband and I got married on a Sunday and served brunch at our wedding instead of your typical wedding dinner. So on the weekends we brunch, always!

This morning we decided to get creative with the waffle iron and make potato hash. They are simple to make and just need a little bit of prep.


Recipe makes 1 waffle. 

2 Red Potatoes

2 tbs sour cream

1 tbs melted butter

1 tbs oregano

1 tbs parsley

1 tsp paprika

1/2 tsp onion powder

1/2 tsp garlic powder

salt & pepper


  1. Preheat your waffle iron to a medium setting
  2. Wash and peel potatoes.
  3. Grate potatoes.
  4. Lay grated potatoes on cutting board. Sprinkle with salt. Rest for 5 minutes
  5. Using a cheese cloth to squeeze out all of the water from the potatoes. (Tip: I tie opposite corners together to tie the cloth shut.)
  6. Once the water has been squeezed out, pour the potatoes into a large bowl.
  7. Add your spices to the potatoes.
  8. Mix in sour cream with a spatula.
  9. Using a pastry brush, brush on the melted butter onto your warmed waffle iron. You can also use a canola spray.
  10. Pour your potato mixture onto the waffle iron. Use a spatula to distribute the batter evenly.
  11. Close the waffle iron. Run through 2 medium settings (About 8 minutes total)

You can serve with sour cream and chives, ketchup, or any topping that you like!

We had ours with scrambled eggs, smoke salmon, gruyere cheese, and pears. Enjoy!


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