Jazz Singsanong's Thai Green Curry from Jon Favreau's The Chef Show featuring Manny Kess

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Jazz Singsanong’s Thai Green Curry from Jon Favreau’s The Chef Show featuring Manny Kess

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Hello everyone!!! My name is Jannie and I am a self-taught cook. I’ve mostly learned from watching my mother and grandmother in the kitchen while growing up. I never knew that my passion for food and cooking ran so deep until I auditioned and competed on season 9 of MasterChef. It was from the show that the nickname, “Vegas Vixen”, was born. My friends have joked around calling me the “Vegas Vixen in The Kitchen” and the nickname stuck. I hope you like my take on well-known recipes as well as the ones I’ve created myself.

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ingredients and measurement list:

1 Lemongrass Stalk

1/2 – Red Onion

4 – Jalapeños

Ends of green bell pepper

2 – Thai chilies

20 – Cloves of Garlic

15 – Kefir Lime Leaves

2 Cups of Cilantro

2 Cups of Thai Basil

3 Tablespoons Salt

1 Teaspoon Black Pepper

2 Tablespoons – any cooking oil

1 Can Coconut Milk

1 Chicken Breast Sliced

2 Palm Sugar Circles

1 Red Bell Pepper sliced

1 Green Bell Pepper sliced

1 small can of bamboo shoots

4-5 Thai eggplants cut into quarters


Rashad Usama says:

Hi, looks great. Just wanted to know if we Are supposed to use the entire lemon grass .. or are we supposed to remove some parts. Like the really tough and hard parts near the bulb. And could we use the kafir lime skin along with the lime leaves?

schlosser2002 says:

Great video. How much shrimp paste and fish oil?

Alfonso Poblete says:

That's some dull knives, you gotta be careful, dull knives are a health hazard.

James Hsu says:

Nice work Jannie lam. I love curry

Tanner Henkel says:

Wooow so bomb 🚀🔥

Arnold Sun says:


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