Chef Jet Tila and Chef Daniel Green Make A Thai Curry (Recipe Rehab)

Chef Jet and Chef Daniel clash in the kitchen trying to create a vegetarian curry. Both chefs use tofu as a base for this vegiterranean curry, but their execution is very different. Watch to find out which curry makes the cut! Subscribe to Everyday Health: For more videos, visit the Everyday Health Channel on YouTube: Check us out: Find us on Facebook: Follow us on Twitter at: Were on Pinterest: …And Tumblr! Recipe Rehab: Celebrity and acclaimed chefs, including Laura Vitale, Jet Tila and Aida Mollenkamp compete in a head-to-head challenge to recreate a family-favorite dish, but with a healthy twist! Daniel Green As a teenager, Daniel was overweight and wanted to do something about it. He started reading through magazines and books to try to learn more about food and how it worked. This led him to making recipes and experimenting with healthier ways of cooking. Gradually he developed his own recipes and was losing weight. He really worked at learning all about nutrition because the key was to be healthy. He has a passion for helping others lose weight the way he did. He wants others to feel good about themselves and help them re-educate their whole way of thinking when it came to food. He has done daily shows on ShopNBC as well as his own cooking segment called Kitchen Takeover and has published six healthy cooking cookbooks. See <b>…<b>

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18 Responses to “Chef Jet Tila and Chef Daniel Green Make A Thai Curry (Recipe Rehab)”

  1. debrad99 Reply

    saw Daniel’s video portion of this in another video of his a few minutes ago….all by himself. Identical…

  2. Francis1775 Reply

    Tamarind is really sour (not in a vinegar-y way) and tastes great. It’s used in Sinigang in our country

  3. icelovesodana Reply

    i love chef jet. he’s my hero :)

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  6. templeofthai Reply

    Instead of using low fat coconut milk simply add water to normal coconut milk (use half a can of coconut milk and about 1/3 as much water to taste). Instead of soy sauce use sea salt for a more authentic Thai taste if you are vegetarian (normally Thai recipes use fish sauce). Tamarind is not an ingredient in Green Thai curry. For more details about the health benefits of coconut milk, see the website of Thai Food and Travel dot com from Thai cooking instructor Kasma Loha-unchit.

  7. ellen10sea Reply

    WHY IS IT ALWAYS GREEN THAT WINS?? Well from all the recipes I’ve seen green always won

  8. dollika Reply

    I’m thai, and i never ever see thai people take onion in green curry.

  9. EverydayHealth Reply

    We’re having a live twitter chat tomrrow (5/2) with the Recipe Rehab chefs – tune into #weightchat at 1pm et tomorrow!

  10. kitsakorn Reply

    Tamarind is sour. why he add in curry??? that not Thai food haaaa

  11. cinnosula Reply

    Thai curry from a Chinese take-away.. OF COURSE it’s gonna be greasy fatty. Originally Thai cooking is low fat.

  12. Greenwickpress Reply

    I enjoyed this, but could have done without the over-the-top announcer.

  13. suncitynews1 Reply

    wow – the Thai guy won the Thai food contest – AMAZING!

  14. lindabebe835 Reply

    that was great, thanks guys!!

  15. jeremy cumbess Reply

    suck it

  16. sexypoochie1115 Reply

    i dnt agree

  17. sexypoochie1115 Reply

    i dnt agree

  18. kdrealg Reply

    so a asian chef cookin an asian dish ! he is so gonna win

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