Recipe of the Day: Hash-Brown Eggs

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Looking for the ultimate breakfast or brunch recipe for this weekend? Look no further. Boring hash browns are woken up by grating an onion and adding it to a skillet with the potatoes. After they've crisped up, add cheddar cheese to the top along with two eggs. After the eggs have set, top it with your choice of mild, medium or hot salsa.

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