20 Delicious Thai Recipes

THAI CASHEW CHICKEN

Thai Cashew Chicken is a weeknight dinner dream – better than take-out, made in 30 minutes, loaded with flavorful sauce, and less than 350 calories.

From: inquiringchef

CROCK POT THAI CHICKEN CURRY

Crock Pot Thai Chicken Curry is one of the easiest meals to make and is so tasty. Curry paste, coconut milk, and ginger add a ton of flavor to this healthy, low-cal, and paleo + gluten-free dinner. Your family will LOVE it!

From: theendlessmeal

20 Minute Thai Basil Beef

Basil is one of my favourite herbs and it’s always nice to be able to enjoy a lot of it in a recipe like this super tasty, quick and easy 20 minute Thai basil beef! This recipe it super simple! You pretty much just cook the beef, shallots, garlic and peppers before seasoning with the perfect balance of salty fish sauce, sweet palm sugar, spicy chilies and sour limes before adding all of that fresh basil! All said and done this recipe takes less time to make than it takes to cook the rice so you have a complete meal in 20 minutes! I generally make this with just the bell peppers as the veggies but I sometimes add things like broccoli, peas, etc for even more goodness! Serve this on coconut lemongrass jasmine rice to complete the flavour extravaganza of this 20 minute Thai basil beef!

From: closetcooking

Pad See Ew (Thai Stir Fried Noodles)

Pad See Ew – the popular Thai stir fried noodles straight from the streets of Thailand made at home! While Pad Thai is sweeter and nuttier, Pad See Ew is salty, balanced with a touch of sour and a wonderful chargrilled flavour which you can create at home!

From: recipetineats

30 minute thai peanut chicken ramen.

This 30 Minute Thai Peanut Chicken Ramen is for those nights when you need a cozy, healthy dinner, and you need it fast. All made in the instant pot (or in one pot on the stove), using healthy, pantry staple, ingredients. It’s creamy, spicy, filled with veggies, lean chicken, and ramen noodles. Perfect for a cold night in, after a long busy day.

From: recipetineats

sticky thai meatballs – quick and easy party appetizer!

What do you crave for when you crave Thai food? Sticky, savory with a slice of twang is what I want! And these Thai Meatballs are just that, because they hit all the right spots and keep on giving! It’s on my top ten go to party appetizer list and it’s been there for a while and you’ll know why.

From: myfoodstory

thai noodle salad with the best ever peanut sauce

Thai Noodle Salad with the BEST EVER Peanut Sauce- loaded up with healthy veggies! Vegan and Gluten-Free!

From: feastingathome

Thai Sweet Chili Sauce

Thai Sweet Chili Sauce is an integral ingredient or accompaniment for making various Thai dishes. It can be used as a stir fry sauce or a dipping sauce and once you make it home, there is no going back to the store bough ones. Here is how to make homemade sticky sweet chili sauce recipe.

From: whiskaffair

CHICKEN PAD THAI

THIS CHICKEN PAD THAI RECIPE RIVALS ANY RESTAURANT BUT IS MADE WITH PANTRY FRIENDLY INGREDIENTS, IS LESS EXPENSIVE AND ON YOUR TABLE IN 30 MINUTES!

From: carlsbadcravings

THAI CUCUMBER SALAD

This salad is one of the very first recipes I ever posted on Budget Bytes. Like, way back when I was still taking photos with my pre-smart-phone era phone. Yikes! Because this Thai Cucumber Salad is still one of my favorite dishes and my favorite way to use up all those delicious and inexpensive cucumbers every time they’re in season, I had to repost it and give it the proper attention it needs. This Thai Cucumber salad is insanely simple, super fresh in flavor, and makes a fantastic side to any Asian inspired meal (like the Hoisin Stir Fry Bowls that I made this week).

From: budgetbytes

20 MINUTE SPICY THAI NOODLES

If you’re looking to spice up your weeknight dinner routine, you have to try these spicy Thai noodles! This recipe uses regular, everyday ingredients and transforms them into a spicy dish you’re sure to love!

From: thechunkychef

TOM YUM SOUP (TOM YUM GOONG)

Thai Tom Yum Soup, full of herbal flavors and vibrant colors, with sweet, spicy and sour notes. This soup is at the top of the list of my favorite Asian soups, along with pho bo soup. This soup is incredibly easy and quick to make too. It only appears to be difficult to make. However, once you have all the ingredients in place, it literally takes less than 10 minutes to cook. It’s the soup that both kids and adults enjoy and you can easily customize each soup bowl to be as hot or as mild as you want. Once you try this recipe, you will forget about going out to satisfy your tom yum cravings.

From: cravingtasty

Best Ever Tom Kha Gai Soup

This tom kha soup recipe (or Thai coconut chicken soup) is absolutely perfect. Rich and creamy yet tangy and salty, this Thai coconut chicken soup recipe is filling but light and positively bursting with flavor. The very best tom kha gai recipe I’ve ever made or tried. With Whole30, paleo, and vegan options, too.

From: 40aprons

PROTEIN PACKED THAI PASTA SALAD

Protein Packed Thai Pasta Salad is a healthy 20 minute dinner recipe. It packs in over 18 grams of protein and is full of veggies!

From: darngoodveggies

THAI CURRY VEGETABLE SOUP

I’m sitting here with a blank screen trying to figure out if I can even accurately describe to you how good this Thai Curry Vegetable Soup is. Maybe I should tell you that I wanted to skip the bowl and just eat it straight out of the pot with the huge ladle as my spoon? Maybe I should admit that I almost wanted to tell my boyfriend that I didn’t cook anything today so I could hide the soup and eat it all myself (no, not really, that’s mean). The point is, this Thai Curry Vegetable Soup is good. So, so, so good. That paired with its simplicity and ease of preparation means there’s a good chance I’ll want to make this about once per week. I probably shouldn’t be eating that much coconut milk, but I’m sure I’ll find some way to rationalize it.

From: budgetbytes

Thai Coconut Soup with Potstickers

Thai coconut soup is deliciously flavorful & easy to make in just 29 minutes! In this recipe, I added chicken potstickers for a fun twist on classic Tom Kha soup!

From: whitneybond

COCONUT LIME CHICKEN

Thai food is one of the genres of food I really love and that always feels like comfort food to me! It used to be my go-to before I started eating Paleo, and it’s our favorite date night when we decide to eat out these days. I have to admit though, this Paleo and Whole30 friendly coconut lime chicken really takes me back to a trip to Thailand several years ago. It’s so flavorful, fresh and satisfying!

From: realsimplegood

THAI BASIL BEEF

Thai basil beef (aka pad graw prow). The dish I order almost every time I set foot in a Thai restaurant, and one of my favorite things to cook at home. While we’ve posted a recipe for Thai Basil Chicken in the past, this beef version has a more intense flavor that comes from the darker, richer sauce used here.

From: thewoksoflife

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