Cheesy Potato Hash Recipe

cheesy potato hash

Cheesy potato hash is good at breakfast, lunch or dinner.  Cheese. Potatoes. What's not to like?  This week, our CSA loaded us up with sweet potatoes and red bliss-a perfect combination for the hash we're making today.  It's simple, delicious and sure to become a mealtime favorite.

Besides the potatoes and your favorite cheese, you're going to need to sharpen your knife skills, for this recipe.  Fresh Chef Craig showed off his by making Rubik's Cube size squares out of the potatoes. They were perfect! And lucky for us, we have our Mini Griddle parked on the stovetop 24/7. It is the idea vehicle for making cheesy potato hash.  Blast the heat, layer your potatoes on the top and cook for 15-20 minutes.

potato hash with cheese

Now what to do about the cheese?  Easiest thing to do is look in your fridge and see what you have.  We decided to use Muenster.  It melts like a dream and is a perfect pairing with potatoes.  Simply toss a few slices beneath the potatoes, then grab your spatula and start turning these puppies.  In moments you'll be on your way to cheesy potato hash bliss!  Be sure to take a moment to enjoy what you have just created, because this potato has is not going to last long.  Muenster-Hash O'Rama baby!  Happy Weekend..


A bunch of potatoes, cut into Rubik Cube Squares

1/4 cup olive oil

Chili powder

Salt and pepper

a few slices of your favorite cheese


1. Preheat your Baking Steel Mini Griddle for about 10 minutes on medium heat.

2. Layer the bottom of the Griddle with olive oil, then carefully place potatoes on top.  Season with onion powder, salt and pepper.  Allow these things to sear a bit, then start turning them around.  Continue for to cook for about 20-30 minutes while continuously turning.  

3. Take a few slices of cheese and place beneath the potatoes.  Using your spatula, mix the potatoes.  

Enjoy and share,


cheesy potato hash
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