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DJ & A Healthy Vegetable Snacks

Carmina has rubbed on to her friend how to eat healthy snacks living in California. We come across when friends influence you to eat healthy as we begin to age you start to think how to balance our snacks. You love to eat mushroom, broccoli and potato you can eat it as a chip but the healthy version. Carmina was able to try the Original Potato Wedge kind of remind you eating a baked potato with chives. Mushroom chips are not that salty yet hard to bite into if you're an elderly.  DJ & A Healthy Snacks can be found in your Dollar Tree Store or purchase online at  DJ & A  to find out what other chips of vegetables you would like to try. NOTE: Carmina is not selling or advertising for DJ & A Healthy Vegetable Snacks. Subscribe & follow @ Carmina Lifestyle  a place to look, discover and share. Thank you for your support!

Red Lobster Restaurant in the Philippines

Every time my mom visits California she loves eating at Red Lobster with her close friends. Now, we don't need to fly miles away to eat at Red Lobster. They have a branch in the Philippines located in Level 1, S Maison, MOA Complex.

Filipino Ukoy Recipe

I had a best friend of mine who was pregnant when I was living in California and she was craving for ukoy which are shrimp and vegetable fritters. Her husband was looking for a restaurant that sells it during the time she was craving for it. It just happen when she had craving for it. The restaurants we're closed. Her husband called, me up if I can cook his wife her ukoy. I couldn't say, no. This is a popular dish in the Philippines. It is also a favorite of mine. Ingredients: 1/2 cup medium shrimp - remove the head and shell 1 1/2 cup bean sprouts half of squash - peel skin from squash and grate 1 cup all purpose flour 1 cup corn starch 1 1/2 tsp baking soda 1/2 tsp black pepper 1/2 tsp salt 2 egg well beaten Step 1: Combined all ingredient together mix well Step 2: Fry in frying pan with oil by using a half cup measuring cup and pour the ukoy batter Flip each side until cooked Best to put the ukoy on a strainer or pa

3 Ways to Use Your Left Over Chicken

There are three ways to make something out of your left over chicken. The first option is making chicken spread out of your left over chicken: Ingredients: Shred the left over chicken by using your knife or hands Mayo (any brand) Black pepper (depend on your taste) Salt (depend on your taste) chopped onion (optional) Step 1: Add the shredded chicken, mayo, black pepper, salt and chopped onions together. Note: You will know how much mayo to put when all the ingredient will stick together. Better to you use less mayo. The mayo will over power the taste of the chicken. The second option is making potato salad out of your chicken and adding the chicken spread: Ingredients: Red potato (small size) (boiled) Step 1: You will boil the potato until cooked and sliced in the middle. Step 2: Mix together the boiled potato and chicken spread The third option is making macaroni salad with chicken spread: Ingredients : 1 smal

Fried Rice Recipe

Fried rice is always a best food to feed your family when you have left over food in your home. I learn you can improvise by adding either canned salmon without bones and draining off the water from the can. Or use left over grilled chicken, or shrimp. You can actually use anything you desire. The main ingredient in the fried rice: 3 cups cooked Japanese rice (any type of rice) 1 canned corn (drain the water) 1/2 tsp crushed pepper 2 tsp cooking oil 2 tbsp butter 2 tbsp chopped spring onions 400g thinly sliced sirloin beef Step 1 : You will pour the oil on the pan to cook the sirloin beef once cook. Set aside Step 2 : In another pot you will add the butter and have it melted. Add cooked Japanese rice, corn, black pepper, sirloin beef or your optional ingredient and mixed together, Add spring onions. Ready to eat!