Easy Hash Brown Frittata Recipe

Aug 10, 2020 | Live, Love, Only Berlin

Hash Brown Frittata

We miss our grandmother. She never runs out of hugs and homemade pinya candies. She also cooks the most comforting frittata. Oh, each spoonful is wonderfully hearty and healthy – a chock-full of newly harvested tomatoes and potatoes – that make us feel comforted, cared for, and loved.

Easy Hash Brown Frittata Recipe

Inay, the way we call our grandmother, would always prepare our favorite dishes. Watching her move in the kitchen when were kids made us love cooking. We used to stay beside her and her big pugon as she cooks. Many decades have passed, and now, we cook for our five boys just like how our Inay cooks for us – full of love.

Cooking is an Art

When we are in our kitchen, we love to experiment a lot, add our personal touch to some recipes, and try out different versions of them. Seeing how various meat, vegetables, and spices combine gives such gorgeous flavor inspires us to be more creative in the kitchen.

For us, cooking is an art full of creativity, wherein you play around the colors and taste of each ingredient to bring one delicious meal. And one dish we so love to serve to our boys is our grandmother’s frittata.

Cooking with Quality Ingredients

We find cooking very relaxing to engage in. From hunting through the refrigerator to preparing the ingredients to putting them together to make something delicious, cooking truly relaxes us.  

The same feeling we have when we do our grocery, navigate each store aisle, and pick our choice products. And speaking of choices, we only trust Potatoes USA for our potato needs. We prefer top-quality U.S. potatoes because they are delicious! They are so versatile that you can use them in appetizers, soups, entrees, slices of bread, and even desserts. Oh, and did you know they come in many different forms aside from fresh? Here in the Philippines, we can also get U.S. frozen potatoes and U.S. dehydrated potatoes.

They are such a delight to use in the kitchen. Not only are potatoes affordable, but they are also readily available in stores, whether big supermarket chains, wet market stalls, and sometimes even your favorite sari-sari store.

Cooking our grandmother’s frittata

Frittata is great for breakfast, but sometimes, we don’t have the energy to peel and chop all the ingredients, especially the potatoes. That’s why we so love U.S. frozen potatoes. They are so convenient, and they always come to our rescue!


Easy Hash Brown Frittata Recipe
Easy Hash Brown Frittata Recipe

Hash Brown Frittata

Prep: 15 mins

Cook: 25 mins

Yield: 1 six-inch baking dish (4 servings)



Olive oil spray

1 large onion (chopped)

1 red bell pepper (thinly sliced)

1 cup U.S. frozen hash brown potatoes (thawed, drained, and thinly sliced)

4 slices sweet ham (thinly sliced)

1/4 cup mushroom

6 eggs (beaten)

1/4 cup grated cheese

Dried thyme leaves

Salt and pepper to taste



  1. In a saucepan, heat oil over medium heat. Add the onion and saute for 2 minutes.
  2. Add the sweet ham, red bell pepper, mushroom, and potatoes; cook and stir for about 4 to 5minutes.
  3. Remove the pan from the heat.
  4. In a ceramic baking plate, pour in the beaten egg, then add all cooked ingredients. Top with grated cheese and thyme.
  5. Put the baking plate inside the preheated oven and bake for at least 25 minutes at 170 degree celsius.


Why we love frittata

Frittata is an easy-to-prepare breakfast recipe. It is even easier and sturdier than an omelette. We need not worry about flipping or overcooking it once we set the oven timer.

Frittata is best served with rice or bread. Any juice or fresh fruit also goes well with it. Frittata is also a perfect grab-and-go brunch or even be packed for work lunches. For leftovers, we could use a slice as a sandwich filling or even add to our fried rice or as a taco filling. 

We love our frittata just like how our grandmother prepares them – with lots of potatoes! Inay would repeatedly tell us that potatoes are so nutritious and are more energy-packed than any other popular vegetable. And from recent literature, we’ve found out that potatoes have more potassium than a banana! One serving (148g) has 620mg of potassium or 15% of the daily value. Research suggests diets high in potassium may reduce the risk of hypertension and stroke. 

Potatoes are also fat-free, sodium-free, and cholesterol-free. While many factors affect heart disease, diets low in fat, sodium, and cholesterol may reduce the risk of this disease.   

If you are allergic to gluten, the potato is perfect for you, too, because it contains zero gluten. Try using potatoes for your pizza crust, nacho chips, pasta, croutons, and a lot more.

Potatoes are an excellent source of Vitamin C that supports the body’s immune system, and a good source of protein and fiber, too. That’s why we love serving them to our growing boys. 

Love for cooking

Easy Hash Brown Frittata Recipe

We may say it’s our grandmother who introduced us to a few of the most memorable dishes we have tasted. Such servings are nothing fancy, yet the flavors stuck with us the same way how we remember our Inay would gracefully lit her wood-fired oven and cook each meal with so much love. And we understood her. Cooking is the best feeling ever as we create dishes for our loved ones. Because we do not only cook for them, we feed their soul of our affection.

Where to find U.S. Potatoes

Are you interested in U.S. potato products? For frozen potatoes, just look for them at the frozen aisle of groceries. If you want to try dehydrated potatoes, check out baking supply stores or message Potatoes USA-Philippines on Facebook or Instagram. Their fresh potatoes are not available year-round, so best to check the produce section of the supermarket.


  1. Antoniette Sanchez David

    Wow yan pala ang step kung pano ang gawin sa fritata mo momi berlin at mukhang masarap nga hindi pa ako nakatry nito ngayon ko palang ito narinig sayo ang madalas na ginagawa namin sa potatoes yung gagawin mong french fries,sahog sa cornbeef,sinasahog din sa afritada at kaldereta dun lang namin madalas isahog ang potatoes kaya nakakatuwa pakinggan madami pala pwede gawin kay potatoes

  2. Julie Suba

    Yay! Sarap talaga ng Fritata na gawa mo momsh Thanks po sa recipe, will try it nian momsh. Favorite po ng kids ko ang potatoes kaya love nila ang kahit anong luto na nay potatoes. Lalo na po ung tortang patatas na may giniling. Yung simpleng paggisa sa sibuyas at bawang ng patatas at nilagyan ng itlog eh ang dami po nila nakakain. Isama pa ang ang pininyahang manok, afritada, caldereta pati ang ginisang corned beef na may patatas.

  3. Erin Palapag

    Laking lola din kami and we love all her dishes specially the menudo isa yun sa mga kilalang dishes ng lola ko sa brgy. namin… ❤️ Itsura pa lang masarap na ang fritata magugustahan ng mga kids. Pinaka favorite naman namin ng mga anak ko momi is cornbeef with hash and egg. Kapag ayan ang nakahain nakakailang ulit sila ng kanin.

  4. Miyo Sheen

    Wow naman super dali at masarap pa Momi Berlin! sakin naman po potato cheese balls lang fave ni Hubby at ni Daughter with matching mayp and ketchup dip! ansarap talaga Momi Berlin! Pakuluin ang patatas tas pag lumambot na tanggalan ng balat , lagyan ng kunting pepper salt to taste then pagkatapos lagyan ng cheese sa center at gawing balls at iprito hehe

  5. Olive Carlos De Leon

    Favorite ni nephew ang potatoes kahit saan, french fries man yan, hashbrowns or sahog sa nilaga. Basta ang pinakaimportante ang corned beef kailangan maraming potatoes! Ako naman mahilig gumawa ng mashed potatoes perfect side dish sa steak, beef or pork, aside sa veggies.

  6. Josephine C. Bantayan

    Parang ansarap po.
    D ko pa na-try lutuin to.. Thanks for sharing your recipe po. God speed and ingat lagi, Momi! ❤️

  7. jennifer sarno cruz

    di ko pa ito ma try momi berlin wala pa kasi ko oven pero pag nagkaroon ito uunahin itry gawin❤️

  8. Cecile De Castro

    I love potatoes! From chips to french fries, from mashed to salad, from side dish to main dish. Dapat masubukan ko ang fritata recipe na yan. Thanks for sharing!

  9. Joevelyn Mendoza Sayong

    Hindi ko pa ito natry pero looks interesting! Maybe some other day. Thanks sa recipe, mamsh.

  10. Anafe Compoc

    Wow..a must try healthy recipe..halos lahat ng luto ng potato bet namin ng anak ko..comfort food with full of nutrients

  11. Lyka Mitra

    Sarap naman po ng mga ito.. pwede po pala gawin ito sa patatas.. ❤ at favorite ko po ang patatas.. ❤❤❤

  12. Ellaine parame

    Di ko pa natry ito mommy, Good thing is naishare mo itong recipe natu, I will make this one too.. For sure magugustuhan ng baby at hubby ko ang Fritkta natu

  13. Joannee Dasmarinas

    yummmy potato dish,. thanks for sharing your recipe…

  14. Lovell Compoc

    yay! Our lola is a good cook too esp kapag town fiesta and i truly remember her lalo August 15 is our town fiesta. I love this easy to follow recipe Mommy Berlin and the story behind it, try ko eto soon Any dishes na may potato patok talaga sa kids eh. Quality patatas din ang Us Potatoes, less time preparing lalo ng products nila.

  15. Karen

    Wow salamat sa recipe mo po momi berlin marami po pde pla gawin sa potato…masustansya p ,hilig ko din po ang mgluto sa tingin p lng mukhang masarap po ang fritata


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