or hash-browns, hash·browns
- crisp-fried potatoes made by dicing, chopping, or mashing boiled potatoes and browning them in hot fat or oil.
Origin of hash browns
First recorded in 1950–55
Also called hash-browned potatoes, hash-brown potatoes.
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Examples from the Web for hash browns
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- diced boiled potatoes mixed with chopped onion, shaped and fried until brown