We may be the only country that uses a waffle iron to make hash browns but America is definitely not the only country that loves a crispy mess of delicious potatoes. Here, four global recipes for hash browns.

By F&W Editors
Updated May 23, 2017
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We may be the only country that uses a waffle iron to make hash browns but America is definitely not the only country that loves a crispy mess of delicious potatoes. Here, four global recipes for hash browns.

1. Rösti Potatoes
Rösti potatoes are Swiss-style shredded potatoes shaped into cakes. They’re cooked slowly on a grill so that they develop an incredible crust.

2. Bubble and Squeak
A crispy fried mix of mashed potatoes and other vegetables, the classic British dish gets its name from the sound the ingredients make in the skillet.

3. Potato Latkes
Made with shredded potatoes, these latkes are terrifically crunchy.

4. Potatoes Darphin
A large French potato cake made with shredded potatoes, pommes Darphin differs from other potato pancakes because it’s held together only by the potato’s starch instead of eggs or flour.