What to Eat With Hash Browns? 17 Awesome Options

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Quick Answer: What to Eat With Hash Browns?

The most complementing dishes to have with hash browns are— eggs, breakfast sandwiches, bacon, corned beef, cheese, ham, salmon, Croque Madame, quiche, nachos, sausages, burritos, quesadilla, meatloaf, turkey, pizza, and pot roast.

Check out these 17 dishes that will take your hash brown experience to a different level. Have them with hash browns for your breakfast, lunch, or dinner because it’s always hash brown-o’clock!

Who doesn’t like a good hash brown? What if I tell you that you can have them at any of your meals by just adding a perfect dish?

I have enumerated in this guide all the personally tried dishes that go well with hash browns and will utterly satisfy your hunger.

So let’s get to it!

What to Eat With Hash Browns – Quick Comparison

RecipeTotal Calories (per 100g)Total Preparation Time
1. Eggs
Boiled-155
Fried-196
Scrambled-148
10 minutes
2. Breakfast Sandwich
22410 minutes
3. Bacon
54110 minutes
4. Corned Beef
25130 minutes
5. Cheese
Cheddar- 4025 minutes
6. Ham
14520 minutes
7. Croque Madame
201.930 minutes
8. Salmon
11745 minutes
9. Quiche
29680 minutes
10. Nachos
30640 minutes
11. Sausages
34610 minutes
12. Burritos
16345 minutes
13. Quesadilla

29325 minutes
14. Meatloaf14960 minutes
15. Turkey
189195 minutes
16. Pizza
26680 minutes
17. Pot Roast297180 minutes

1. Eggs

Total calories (per 100g): Boiled-155; fried-196; Scrambled-148
Total preparation time
: 10 minutes

In any form, eggs and hash brown make the proper American breakfast.

The smooth texture of eggs complements the crunchiness of the hash browns; irrespective of how the eggs have been cooked.

Quick tip: Place a fried egg between two hash browns and make it a hash brown egg sandwich.

Here is a video on how to cook eggs differently by Tasty-

2. Breakfast Sandwich

Total calories (per 100g): 224
Total preparation time:
10 minutes

The savior of your hunger times— you can pair your hash browns with a breakfast sandwich to battle the pangs of hunger.

Any sandwich will work well with your hash browns but pairing it with a typical egg, ham, and cheese sandwich will do wonders.

Quick tip: Order your sandwich with an English muffin as your choice of bread.

Here is a quick and yum recipe by Natasha’s Kitchen-

3. Bacon

Total calories (per 100g): 541
Total preparation time:
10 minutes

Salty, umami, and sweet—fried bacon is an ultimate partner in crime to the hash browns.

The taste of fat adds another shade to the flavor scheme of fried bacon which tangos well with the crunchy and potato-ey flavor of the hash browns.
Quick tip: Pair your bacon and hash browns with any form of egg to have a flavourful feast.

Here is a quick and easy recipe by Rockin Robin Cooks-

4. Corned Beef

Total calories (per 100g): 251
Total preparation time:
30 minutes

The hash browns demand a meaty companion!

Corned beef has a soft, tender texture which contrasts well with the crispiness of the hash browns.

And the salty and starchy flavors of hash browns are complemented by the sweet, spicy, sour, and meaty taste of the corned beef .

Check out this easy and yum recipe by Cristine Ciervo-

5. Cheese

Total calories (per 100g): cheddar- 402
Total preparation time:
5 minutes

There is nothing like too much cheese!

Cheese pairs up beautifully well with hash browns as its creamy texture and smooth flavor contrast well with the crispiness and saltiness of hash browns, respectively.

Quick tip: Add a bit of sour cream along with cheese to make it taste even fancier.

6. Ham

Total calories (per 100g): 145
Total preparation time:
20 minutes

Ham has a smoky and sweet flavor which complements the starchy and salty taste of the hash brown while its crispiness is contrasted by the soft and meaty texture of the ham.

Quick tip: Jam a poached egg, spinach, cheese, and sliced ham between two hash browns and make it into a filling breakfast sandwich.

Here is a quick and yum recipe by Foodland- Checkout!

7. Croque Madame

Total calories (per 100g): 201.9
Total preparation time:
30 minutes

Ham, eggs, and cheese— all of the three go well with the hash browns. So why not combine them?

Spread mayo and Dijon sauce on the hash brown, top it with ham and cheese and add another hash brown to close it from the top. Then add a fried egg on the top.

Or you can pair your plain hash browns with a Croque Madame sandwich.

Here is a yum recipe by Donald Skehan-

8. Salmon

Total calories (per 100g): 117
Total preparation time:
45 minutes

Salmon has a subtle taste and has a mild meaty flavor. Therefore, it becomes a perfect partner to a salty, starchy hash brown.

Hash browns topped with smoked salmon and a dollop of sour cream with chopped dill make a great dish for breakfast or even dinner.

Check out this tasty and yummy recipe by BA recipes-

9. Quiche

Total calories (per 100g): 296
Total preparation time:
80 minutes

Quiche is a French tart that is rich and fluffy and can satisfy your hunger quite well. But pairing it with hash browns will also satisfy your gluttony.

You can also top your hash browns with cheese, ham, and eggs and make this pairing into a filling meal.

Watch this easy and quick recipe by Tasty-

10. Nachos

Total calories (per 100g): 306
Total preparation time:
40 minutes

Have a Mexican-themed meal with nachos and hash browns!

Match a cheesy, saucy, and tasty nacho bowl with fried hash browns and enjoy a flavourful feast.

Or you can combine the two and make hash brown nacho by topping hash browns with cheese, scrambled eggs, guacamole, green onions, tomatoes, salt, and peppers.

Here is an easy and tasty recipe by Delish-

11. Sausages

Total calories (per 100g): 346
Total preparation time:
10 minutes

Any sort of meat will complement the starchiness of the hash browns well. Pair your hash browns with a typical American breakfast elements— sausages— to have a hearty meal.

DIY recipe-

12. Burritos

Total calories (per 100g): 163
Total preparation time:
45 minutes

A great Mexican breakfast combination— a burrito and some hash browns!
You can also cut the hash browns into small pieces and toss them into your burrito as a filling.

DIY recipe-

13. Quesadilla

Total calories (per 100g): 293
Total preparation time:
25 minutes

A flavourful delight like a quesadilla demands a simple side like hash browns.

The variety of flavors present in the quesadilla gets complemented by the salty and crispy hash brown.

DIY recipe-

14. Meatloaf

Total calories (per 100g): 149
Total preparation time:
60 minutes

Meatloaf is full of savory flavors and is topped with a sticky, sweet ketchup glaze— a perfect partner to your hash brown.

You can have this combination either for dinner or breakfast or even both. No judgment!

DIY recipe-

15. Turkey

Total calories (per 100g): 189
Total preparation time:
195 minutes

The dark and richer turkey meat will create a fulfilling meal when served with hash browns.

The meaty and salty flavor of the turkey is neutralized by the crisp hash brown.

DIY recipe-

16. Pizza

Total calories (per 100g): 266
Total preparation time:
80 minutes

Set the mood for an Italian dinner with pizza!

Pair a heavenly cheese-loaded pizza with hash browns to have a satisfying dinner.

Quick tip: You can also make a crust out of the hash browns or use the hash browns as toppings.

DIY recipe-

17. Pot Roast

Total calories (per 100g): 297
Total preparation time:
180 minutes

Pour some leftover pot roast on the hash browns with a ladle of gravy and get ready to indulge in some delicious bliss.

Imagine having some succulent meat with some thick, finger-licking gravy poured over crispy potatoes— your mouth started watering, didn’t it?

DIY recipe-

Drinks That Pair Up With Hash Browns

Warm and crisp hash browns go well with warm drinks.

You can have a hot, creamy, and frothy cup of coffee with the hash browns in the morning for a refreshing and filling breakfast.

Or when the day is rainy and cold and you are in the mood for some comfort food— pair your hash browns with a cup of hot chocolate topped with some marsh mellows.

Sauces, Dips, and Spreads to go With Hash Browns

You can have a cheesy spread applied over your hash browns and if you are feeling fancy, spread an avocado spread on top of it. Ranch dressing can also be used to top your hash browns.

Dips such as creamy garlic guacamole, cilantro lemon aioli, and sriracha aioli are perfect to serve with your hash browns for an evening snack.

Simple chili sauce, mayo mustard sauce, or any creamy sauce will work as well.

To Sum Up

We hope this wholesome guide helped you in deciding what to pair up your hash browns with at your next meal.

If you have any suggestions or tips to share, please let us know below!

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About Barbara Foster

Barbara is a traveler who has traveled to more than 25 countries. She loves the variety of food she gets to experience on her trips and maintains detailed journals of her travels which she plans to publish as a book someday. She loves to bake. Her favorite cuisines are Italian, French, and Mexican.

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