You'll also find this recipe on page 24 of the FFS! Cookbook.
Hash Browns (Cheesy or Corned Beef)
Keto Fitness Club
Our favourite way to serve these is with a fried egg, salad, and cherry tomatoes.
Cheesy Hash Browns
Baked: Makes 4 portions - each portion contains: 121 Calories / 3.2g Carbs / 8.9g Protein / 6.6g Fat / 4g Fibre
Fried: Makes 4 portions - each portion contains: 157 Calories / 2.9g Carbs / 8.5g Protein / 11.6g Fat
Corned Beef Hash Browns
Baked: Makes 4 portions - each portion contains: 104 Calories / 2.9g Carbs / 9.1g Protein / 4.8g Fat / 4g Fibre
Fried: Makes 4 portions - each portion contains: 149 Calories / 2.9g Carbs / 9.1g Protein / 9.8g Fat / 4g Fibre
200g White Cabbage - Raw
100g Corned Beef or Grated Cheese (we use mozzarella)
1 Large Egg
25g Shallot or Leek
10g Psyllium Husks
If frying: 20ml Olive Oil or Cooking Coconut Oil
If you're baking these, pre-heat the oven to 200°C.
These are best made using a food processor but can also be made by hand. Using the chopping (S-shaped) blade, blitz the cabbage first and then add the rest of the ingredients except from the oil. Blitz again to combine.
If making these by hand, finely chop everything and mix with the egg in a bowl.
If you're making the cheesy hash browns, you may need to add an extra egg to get the mix to hold together.
If frying, add the oil to a pan over a medium heat.
Using damp hands, mould the mix into an oval patties and add to the pan or place on an oven tray lined with greaseproof baking paper.
Frying: Allow them to cook for 3-5 minutes before turning them over using a spatula. Allow to cook for a further 5 minutes. They will firm up during the cooking process but handle them carefully so they don't break.
Baking: Cook for 10-15 minutes until firm and golden, then flip them over and bake for another 5 minutes to get them crispy on the other side :)