Swede Hash Browns

Tuesday, 12 January 2021

Swede Hash Browns

 After having a few weeks of carbs over Christmas, it is back to the low carb lifestyle. One thing I realised over Christmas, is that carbs really do make me feel sluggish. I don't really miss them (except for chips) but I do hate that I have to cook so many different meals. I generally try to adapt meals so that the whole family can eat them, but it always involves cooking carbs for the rest of them.

These swede hash browns taste great and can be used instead potatoes. They can be cooked in a few minutes too which is great if you are in a rush. This recipe should make enough for 4 as a side to a meal.

I used swoodles to make these as they were at their use by date. However, they would also work with grated sweede.

Swede Hash Browns


Swede Hash Browns

  • 1 packet of Swoodles (or 250g of grated swede.)
  • 1 onion finely diced or grated
  • 1 egg
  • Salt and pepper
  1. Take the packet of swoodles and cut the "noodles" into smaller pieces.
  2. Mix with the grated onion, egg and season with salt and pepper
  3. Add oil to a pan and spoon the mixture in to fry.
  4. Flip over and cook until golden brown.


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7 comments:

  1. I recently discovered swede a my new favorite ingredient. My children like them as well, as they are kind of sweet. I am going to try to make these has browns for them.

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  2. Swede is such a lovely vegetable that is often maligned, which is a shame. These swede hash browns look utterly delectable :-) Thank you SO much for linking up to the first #CookBlogShare of 2021. Karen

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  3. Perfect timing as I have loads of swede in my garden.

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  4. I don't know why but swoodles really made me smile! This is a fab idea, made even MORE fab by the fact I cannot eat potato and never would I have thought to make a swede hash brown

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  5. These are simple and fast to prepare and everyone enjoyed them!

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