Anyway, so what was the first food that touched the mandolin? A zucchini! I wanted to make these hash browns for a while and I'm so happy I got the morning to do so.
Can't say no to ketchup.The several minutes of slicing away at zucchini, potatoes, and carrots were all 100% worth it. Given they were served fresh from the pan, they were much more delicious than our usual, store-bought hash browns from Costco (no offense, Costco). I spiced the little patties up with paprika, black pepper, Italian seasoning, and salt. Delicious! Click here for the recipe.
The info above is only if you're using olive oil, like the original recipe says. I used a coconut oil spray from Spectrum, which took me from 78 calories a serving to 58 calories and less than a gram of fat. You can also make this recipe gluten-free by using another type of flour instead of whole wheat. Vegetables for breakfast has never been so good! =)