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While Halloween is pretty much an American holiday, Filipinos have adopted with open arms. It’s close to November 1 and 2 which are All Souls’ Day and All Saints’ Day so we’ll forgive the cultural appropriation. We also love Halloween so it’s okay. And we’re okay with Philips helping out celebrate the scare fest with kitchen implements to cook up awesome meals.
If you’re planning to hold a Halloween house party or a get together for TV fright fest, Philips suggests delightful drink and fried, toasty treats.
The spooky watermelon slushie
To whip up some frighteningly delicious mango slushies, you need ½ cup of watermelon slices, 2/3 cup of skim or soymilk, and ½ teaspoon of sugar or honey (as much as you need, really). Now, throw the watermelon in first. Try giving them a whirl in our Philips Food Processor.
After blending the watermelon down into a nice consistency, add the milk, honey, and/or sugar. You could also choose to mix in a little crushed ice if you want more than just the chills in your spine.
Guilt-free French frights
For some French frights (that’s fries for you non-spooks), all you need is a bag of pre-cut fries since they’re easier to prepare. You will need a little bit of cooking oil, a brush, and a Philips Airfryer.
Lay the fries out on a flat surface and coat them with a thin, even amount of cooking oil on the surface. Do this for all of the fries. The brush should make short work of them in no time. Now, don’t crowd the Airfryer’s basket too much. Set the Airfryer to about 356 degrees and let it sit for 10 minutes. Check on the fries, flip them around a bit, and cook them for another 10 minutes.
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