With chili garlic sauce, peanuts, cilantro and more, try this Thai-inspired pizza is loaded with flavor and spice.
Savory and tangy turkey meatballs bursting with flavor and easy to prepare.
Pureed sweet potatoes with ginger, lime, coconut milk and curry paste create a silky-smooth, perfectly balanced bowl of soup that is truly swoon-worthy.
Expand your Thai cooking knowledge beyond pad thai and learn how to make Chiang Mai’s famed kaow soi gai.
Make your salad exciting with crispy Thai chicken, fresh herbs, and a bright lime dressing.
These easy, vegan and paleo-friendly bowls are made with pineapple, spring veggies, zucchini noodles and a creamy green coconut curry sauce. Perfect for a delicious meal!
Fire up the grill, open a bottle of white wine and throw these Thai coconut pork skewers on the grill.
Thai basil, tofu, and fresh vegetables are wrapped up into beautiful spring rolls with a green curry dipping sauce.
Try this version of Thai pineapple fried rice that won’t leave you feeling weighed down.
A naturally gluten free dessert, mango sticky rice is a sweet feast like one might find in Bangkok.
This spicy noodle recipe of spicy, tangy, and slightly sweet flavors will keep you warm on cold wintery nights.
A Thai inspired dish cooked Indian style that bursts with color, texture, and flavor.
Marinated in Thai spices and soy sauce, this pork crisps up beautifully when grilled. Serve over rice with a sweet chili sauce.
Red curry, lemongrass, and black forbidden rice makes this Thai soup something truly special and soothing.
Simple food pleasures like this Thai salad with prawns and caramelized coconut dressing is a delicious thing to look forward to and make even after a long day.
A popular Thai street snack that is wonderfully delicious – so good that you just can’t get enough of it.
With an ever-changing list of craft beers, Jimmy’s No. 43 takes things up a notch with Chef King Phojanakong serving Filipino-Thai street food.
Crispy chicken is baked in a creamy coconut milk sauce with a touch of spicy red curry, and all with only five ingredients needed.
Similar to Larb Gai, a Thai dish served with sticky rice, this salad is packed with zest from a delicious peanut dressing that coats cabbage and lettuce.
Served with a zing of pineapple sauce, these Thai-style corn fritters are crunchy on the outside with a touch of spice inside.
A bowl that is sure to feel like a warm hug, this soup is full of Thai flavors like lemongrass, chilis and filled wontons to keep you full.
A hot and pungent Brussels Sprout Salad with authentic Thai flavors and egg.
Turmeric and cayenne make this soup unique and bring a yellow ray of sunshine to dreary winter days. Add noodles and pineapple to keep things hearty.
Chicken wings get a Thai spin with a sweet and spicy sticky sauce. Bake them before adding the sauce for a crispy texture.
You don’t need to travel to Thailand the favorite Thai Pandan Chicken. Make these little parcels of fried chicken in aromatic pine leaves.
Try this delicious cold weather curry with pumpkin, chicken, peanut butter, and a coconut ginger rice garnished with cilantro.
A soothing, creamy slow cooker chicken noodle soup with Thai flavors and spices.
A Chinese-inspired dish from Thailand and Laos, this recipe is quick, easy, and totally delicious. Be ready for a kick of awesome spice.
Pad Thai comes in a variety of shapes and flavors around the world. Get a look at the original version straight from Thailand.
Finger-licking Three Cup Chicken is a tender braised chicken in sesame oil, rice wine and soy sauce with Thai basil.
Ever since PokPok touched down in NYC, the conversation of Thai food has been one of “authenticity.” Check out a spot that hits the nail on the head.
A traditional Thai dish that allows you to assemble to taste. Add the vegetables, meat and toppings of your choice to this hearty meal.
Flavorful Thai peanut vinaigrette tossed with spaghetti squash, red peppers and other vegetables makes a refreshing salad that can be served warm or cold.
A cold squid salad that brings the heat with spicy Thai peppers. Top with scallions and cilantro and enjoy on a warm day.
The sweet corn pops against soft centers and crisp exteriors. With a twist of Thai, coconut milk, scallions and Thai basil give the fritters a flavor boost.
This burger is fast, deliciously spicy, and healthy, too. Don’t be afraid to ditch the bun and nestle the crispy slider on top of a salad instead.
Skip takeout and enjoy this healthy cashew chicken stir-fry with mangoes. With peanut butter, chili, and garlic, this Thai food is great late night comfort food.
The peanut sauce makes this quinoa flavorful with its mixture of sweet and spicy. Loaded with vegetables, this salad is filling and a great lunch option to take to work.
If you don’t have a mortar and pestle in your kitchen, put all the ingredients in a ziploc bag and pound away with a rolling pin or similar implement.
This healthy vegetarian main features Thai flavors in a traditional Chinese dish.
Serve this Thai-inspired dish with rice or throw some cooked Quinoa or barley into the sauce before serving.
These juicy meatballs full of bright, Southeast Asian flavors would make a great cocktail snack for a party.
This soup is all about the balance in flavors: refreshing broth, hints of lime and an undertone of heat from the chili.
These surprisingly light and flavorful corn fritters come together without the use of a deep fryer.
The lemongrass and galangal together with spices provides the redolence so unique to Thai dishes and the creamy coconut milk creates a rich consistency.
Diced chicken is combined with spring snow peas, red pepper, carrots and cilantro, served on a bed of rice and sprinkled with sweet and salty cashews.
A quick stir fry of baby Thai eggplants with sweet cherry tomatoes flavored with lots of thai purple basil.
For those who haven’t tried this popular Thai dessert, it’s this beautiful pairing of fresh Thai mango slices with sticky rice cooked in coconut milk.
Enter this version of Thai chicken.. but in a not so typical but oh-so-fun package- a tortilla!
Enjoy this thai red curry recipe from Priya Mahadevan. An awesome and simple dish for a slow weekday night.
The warmer spring weather is on the rise here in Texas and that can only bring one thought to my mind – backyard grilling!
What do you eat with red curry? Well, rice of course. And what is an Idli (steamed indian rice dumplings) made of? Rice.
What do you do when you have a tub of tofu nearing expiration and a stalk of lemongrass screaming to be used? You make this awesome recipe.
Imagine you’re pressed for time. Enter this super-fast 20-minute chicken wrap meal.
Give yourself a boost with this aromatic Thai style curry. Who says curry can’t be healthy?
Surprises make life exciting and walking into this restaurant was like opening a door into an adventure that takes you to Southeast Asia.
As winter passes by the Northern Hemisphere, this vegetarian Thai soup is a perfect warming weeknight meal.
Elspeth Velten with a map of great food destinations from across the globe in London, England.
Bowen Close steeps Thai tea in a mixture of milk and sweet condensed milk to make a delicious cupcake.
When Brenda Benoit’s family gets a sudden hunger attack their first instinct is to head straight to Moon Thai & Japanese Cuisine.