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Vegetarian Curry Or Chicken Curry

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In this how-to video, Chef Keith Snow creates a delicious and healthy vegetarian delight with seasonal vegetables, coconut milk, and curry. Feel free to use hot-sauce, chilies, or other spicy additions to your taste.
Ingredients
In this how-to video, Chef Keith Snow creates a delicious and healthy vegetarian delight with seasonal vegetables, coconut milk, and curry. Feel free to use hot-sauce, chilies, or other spicy additions to your taste.
Directions

1- In a heavy-bottomed pot over medium heat, add olive oil and onion, cook for 1 minute.

2- Add remaining ingredients(except coconut milk and cilantro), cook for a few minutes, add coconut milk cover, reduce heat to low, and cook for 25 minutes.

Chef's note: Serve over white rice, garnish with cilantro, and enjoy.

Recipe Summary

Difficulty Level: 
Easy
Channel: 
VeganLife
Cuisine: 
American
Course: 
Main Dish
Taste: 
Savory
Method: 
Braising
Dish: 
Curry
Restriction: 
Vegan, Vegetarian
Ingredient: 
Vegetable
Interest: 
Healthy, Quick
Preparation Time: 
10 Minutes
Cook Time: 
20 Minutes
Ready In: 
0 Minutes
Servings: 
4
Story
Chef Keith F. Snow is a nationally respected authority on local, seasonal and organic foods and a proponent of home cooking for families. Chef Keith Snow began honing his culinary skills with his mom in their suburban New Jersey kitchen back in the 1970s. His interest in cooking led him to take his first job as a teenager in an Italian restaurant where he trained with a "disciplined" Italian Navy chef for 3 years. There he learned the basics of cooking in true military style, including how to keep a professional kitchen sparkling clean. Chef Snow went on to work in kitchens in California, Florida, North Carolina, Massachusetts, and Colorado. His work included gigs in the Silicon Valley where he mastered California-style cuisine, the corporate kitchens of Florida's ITT country club operations, a brief stint at North Carolina's Biltmore estate, and as Executive Chef at Colorado's Copper Mountain Resort, owned by Intrawest Resorts. Chef Snow initiated the resort's first culinary externship program in partnership with Johnson & Wales University. While at Copper Mountain, Snow was a frequent chef/quest on RSN, a local cable TV station. Snow also appeared on Denver's Fox News morning show where he demonstrated quick culinary tips and techniques. With their first child on the way, Snow and his wife left the culinary business and moved the family to a farm in western North Carolina's horse country where he accepted a position with an insurance company. He quickly found that leaving the culinary world was a major mistake. Returning to his true passion of working in the world of food and media, Snow created HarvestEating.com in early 2006. This innovative online library of healthy eating videos focusing on local, seasonal and organic foods is in constant development and has become a labor of love. Chef Snow lives with his wife Sonja and their two daughters Olivia Rose and Ava Elisabeth in the hills of North Carolina. Their small farm is the perfect place for gardening, riding horses, playing and learning about the good life. It's a place where the Harvest Eating lifestyle is alive and well and a daily inspiration for Chef Snow.

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