Child dipping green bean into bowl of whisked eggs

Kids Make Skillet Pork Chops with Crispy Green Bean Fries

Kids will really dig getting their hands messy making these green bean fries. And it couldn’t be easier to make the pork chops.

While your kids are helping out, you can also pause to discuss which FOOD GROUP each ingredient belongs to and share some fun facts about this meal’s featured ingredient: PORK.

🐖 food groups1🐖 

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    • Fruit: none
    • Veggies: green beans
    • Grains: bread crumbs
    • Protein: eggs, pork
    • Dairy: cheese

    1For information about food and health, go to ChooseMyPlate.gov.

🐖 pork 🐖 

Pork loins

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Here are some creative ways for your kid to be your personal Sous Chef as you make our Skillet Pork Chops with Crispy Green Bean Fries. Simply hover over each image for details. Make sure your little dudes wash their hands before starting!

🍴PORK🍴

To make the pork chops, kids can:

SEASON THE PORK CHOP

Kids can sprinkle the steak seasoning on the pork chop and then spread it around with a basting brush.

FLIP OVER THE PORK CHOPS*

We’re big fans of these Core silicon tongs.

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🍴GREEN BEANS🍴

To make the yummy green bean fries, kids can:

SET TEMP FOR OVEN

Grown-ups can teach kids how to set a temperature on the oven, and see how long it takes to get that hot.

SNAP THE ENDS OFF THE PEAS

This is really fun for kids!

MIX TOGETHER BREADING INGREDIENTS

CRACK & BEAT EGGS

The egg shells will have a cleaner break if the kids crack them on a flat surface, i.e. counter

BREAD THE BEANS!

Let your kids get messy, dipping the green beans in eggs and breading.

 

🍴SAUCE🍴

To put together the dipping sauce, kids can:

MEASURE & MIX TOGETHER THE SAUCE INGREDIENTS

 

*Note: For toddlers especially, these tasks require adult supervision and/or assistance, as items may be sharp, hot or otherwise dangerous. 

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