nothing fancy... i made them recently, and made them again tonight.
Extras are cooling, with paper towels in between; after they set a bit, will (um obviously) remove paper towels, wrap, and freeze for another time. To reheat, simply take out desired amount and 'zap' until heated through, or you can warm them in oven.
No measurements here, really....
Hash-Browns -- Patties
4 or 5 large raw potatoes (i used russets) -- shredded
desired amt. raw carrot to mix in -- shredded
desired amt. raw onion -- whatever variety you like -- shredded (i left out this time, but still tasty)
spices -- salt, pepper, garlic powder, onion powder, whatever you like (even hot!) --
-- generous amt. for entire mixture
some flour, or cornmeal and flour both, to help hold it together -- doesn't need to be 'pasty', just enough to make sure it doesn't fall all apart when turning in pan.
you could probably improvise on the binder.
Fry in lightly-oiled or lightly-buttered hot cast-iron skillet, in whatever-size patty you want -- mine were probably average-size. Cook until nicely-browned on both sides, transfer to paper towels on plate to absorb excess oil/butter.
This is handy to make ahead, and depending on how much is made, and how they are wrapped, they should be great for the freezer.
Enjoy, and let me know if any of you try these, and if you added/changed anything; or maybe you have your own 'recipe'.