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Recipe: Darling Veg-Hog Party Snacks

Recipe: Darling Veg-Hog Party Snacks

Greetings future creative chefs! Today, we have some fun and exciting new recipes for the perfect kids Foodie Friday, brought to you by Lost My Name

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 Enjoy their fun recipe for Veg-Hog Party Snacks. This adorable and tasty treat will delight children and parents alike.fries1

Veg-Hog Party Snacks 

  • 3 medium zucchinis (1 lb.)
  • 2/3 cup of all-purpose flour
  • ⅛ tsp of salt (+ a pinch before serving)
  • 1 cup of bread crumbs
  • 1 cup of grated Parmesan cheese
  • 1 Tbsp of Italian seasoning blend
  • 2 large eggs

Step 1: Rinse the zucchinis. Trim the ends, then cut each zucchini into ⅓ inch thick strips.

Step 2: Pour the flour and salt into a large bowl and pop the zucchini strips in there. Now mix with your hands to coat them thoroughly with flour.

Step 3: Now pop the bread crumbs, Parmesan and Italian seasoning in a wide bowl. Stir to combine. In a second bowl, quickly whisk the eggs with the water until fairly smooth.

Step 4: Preheat the oven to 425 degrees. Take the flour coated zucchini strips and dip them in the egg first, followed by the bread crumb mix.

Step 5: Time to cook your fries. Scatter them on a cooling rack (to prevent soggy fries) and pop them in the oven for 15 minutes.

Step 6: Now for the hardest bit. You have to wait for them to cool down. Then, arrange the fries in the cone.

Facts about fries

Despite its name, French fries are not French, they’re Belgian.

In the late-1600s, poor villagers often ate small fried fish they caught in the river. During the winter months the river would freeze over — making fishing impossible and forcing the villagers to find other sources of food. Enter the potato.

American soldiers stationed in Belgium were first introduced to French fries during World War I. As the official language of the Belgian army was French, soldiers nicknamed the delicious fried potatoes “French fries.” The name stuck, and decades later we’re still giving credit to the wrong country.

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  1. This is adorable. What a clever party idea!

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