Easy Thai Recipes
Easy Thai Recipes for Everyday Meals!
These Thai recipes are easy to make, and what's more they taste amazing. Most Thai food is complicated to put together, but there is such a thing as easy everyday Thai recipes that you can make ever on week nights. Take a look and see the great dishes you can whip in no time at all. Enjoy!
Easy Classic Chicken Curry Recipe
This Easy Curry Recipe is made with curry powder for fast and delicious results! This is a classic curry chicken dish that will please all tastes, whether you prefer Indian or Southeast-Asian style curry. Add your own choice of additional vegetables (green beans, eggplant, and/or tomato work well), and you can also choose your preferred...
Easy Tom Yum Gai (Thai Chicken Soup)
This Tom Yum Gai (Thai Chicken Soup) is simple to make and incredibly tasty! And it's even healthier than Western-style chicken soups owing to the potent mix of herbs and spices that add so much flavor and richness to the broth. It's also a very versatile soup in that nearly any type of vegetable can be added that you like - or throw in some...
Quick & Easy Tom Yum Soup
Learn to cook an Easy Tom Yum Soup that tastes like it came from your favorite Thai restaurant!
Thai Salad in 10 Minutes
This Thai salad has loads of crunch and flavor, and the best part is how easy it is to make it - you can toss it up in just 10 minutes! I serve this dish as a tasty side salad to any meal, and I also find it excellent served alongside grilled fish and chicken. Add as much or as little chili as you like - it's delicious mild or spicy. And incidentally, some of my readers have found this salad has helped them shed a few pounds. I believe it's because of the fat-free dressing and the fact that it's so flavorful, you feel completely satisfied despite the low number of calories. Perfect for swim suit season!
Tom Yum Soup - Yummy (and Easy)!
This Tom Yum soup is Tom YUMMY soup, and it's so simple to make! Every time I make it I marvel at how incredible it tastes - fresher and better than our local Thai place, and all within 25 minutes, so it's faster than take-out too! Tom Yum is famous all around the world, and it can be made myriad ways. I love it best when made with coconut milk, as in this easy, delectable recipe. The ingredients can be varied according to your likes and what you have on hand - experiment with different types of seafood if you like, or add chicken for additional protein. I like mushrooms in mine and another nice vegetable is chopped cabbage, but broccoli, green beans, zucchini... nearly any type of green vegetable is good. Make it and enjoy a bowl of pure, unbridled pleasure!
Easy Lemongrass Chicken
Street cooking in Thailand is kept simple, with a minimal list of ingredients, and yet the food tastes so amazing. That's what you'll find with this easy Thai recipe for lemongrass chicken. Don't be fooled by the simplicity of the ingredients - when they're put together what results is sooo delicious. This recipe is derived from my adventures...
Easy Chicken Pad Thai (without tamarind)
Love Pad Thai but not sure how to make it at home? Then this recipe is for you! This pad Thai noodles recipe makes this world-famous noodle dish a cinch to make. Based on pad Thai dishes I enjoyed in southern Thailand, this recipe does not use tamarind but relies instead of lime juice and a little rice vinegar to bring about the sweet-sour...
Quick & Easy Pad Thai with Shrimp (gluten-free)
You will find this recipe much easier than traditional Pad Thai recipes, and yet the taste is all there. Shrimp pad thai is one of the most famous dishes in Thai cuisine, and now one of the most popular noodle dishes in the world. The pad Thai sauce is quick and simple to put together, so much better than bottled or packaged pad Thai sauce,...
Thai-Spiced Shrimp (Easy!)
You won't believe how easy this Thai-spiced shrimp is, and oh how wonderful it smells cooking in the oven. Just toss the shrimp in a simple mixture of spices and bake for 12 minutes and you have an easy entree or finger food ready to eat (note: the photo shows my shrimp at a little holiday party I threw - great with drinks!). The shrimp can be fresh or frozen, and you can either leave them as they are, or butter-fly them to make them stand up easier. Serve with a sprinkle of fresh coriander and a twist of fresh lime - mmm... delicious!
Easy Thai Chicken Satay (with Easy Peanut Sauce)
This easier version of Thai Chicken Satay turns out so juicy and flavorful, you'll want to make it for guests as well as family. As a bonus, this satay recipe can be made in your oven as well as on the grill, depending upon your weather and cooking preference. I have made it in the middle of winter, as well as at the height of summer - always...
Easy Thai Chicken Satay (great for a party!)
This Easy Thai Chicken Satay recipe is simple to make but will give you that incredible flavorful satay you're looking for. The secret to making good satay is all in the marinade/paste - you need the right ingredients in the right amounts, then be sure to make it salty enough (that's where the fish sauce comes in). Satay is always a huge hit...
Easy Thai Chicken Curry
This simple Thai chicken curry is my family's favorite. It's a classic yellow curry made with chunks of chicken and potatoes. The use of curry powder helps the dish come together quickly and easily. If you can, make your own using my recipe, OR look for a good Madras curry powder at your local Asian or Indian food store - a Madras blend works well with Thai flavors, and will give you far better results than your average supermarket curry powder. ENJOY!
Thai-spiced Crusted Fish (Easy!)
This crusted fish is super-easy to make and tastes amazing. Just toss fish in a simple mix of spices, then press into breadcrumbs and fry - that's it! Here I also added in some fresh coriander which is completely optional. Any kind of fish is good, but I prefer to use sole which makes for easy frying because it's so thin. My husband loves this recipe and hope you and your loved ones will too. Don't be afraid to use to the cayenne pepper - it's actually quite mild once the breadcrumbs are added. Any kind of breadcrumbs work (here I've used the Asian variety, "Panko"). My husband loves this recipe and I'm sure you and your loved ones will too.
Thai Lemon-Coconut Shrimp!
This luscious shrimp recipe features lemon and coconut flavors combined with succulent shrimp for a taste experience you won't want to miss. Thai food is known for its exotic and oftentimes heady combinations, and this is a prime example of this description. Who could imagine this dish is also a cinch to make? The ingredients are simple and, if you cook Asian food, are probably already in your pantry. Coconut milk is key, along with some fresh lemons, garlic, chili, and fresh coriander. I like to make this dish for guests because it never fails to impress and yet it's easy to whip up. Enjoy!
Thai Fried Rice with Shrimp
This shrimp fried rice is just as tasty as it looks, owing to a simple Thai concoction of 3 key ingredients that make for a flavor-popping experience. Shrimp are added here, but could be substituted with other things for equally delicious results (e.g. fried tofu or chicken). If you've enjoyed the fried rice you've had at Thai restaurants, be...
Chili-Lime Shrimp Roll-ups (Easy!)
This easy appetizer offers a wonderful mixture of tastes and textures on the palate: warm and cold, sweet and sour, spicy and cool, crunchy and melt-in-your mouth good! It's easily put together too - just roll up some peeled cucumber and place in the refrigerator to set while you fry up the shrimp - it literally takes just minutes to make, and...
Easy Thai BBQ/Grilled Steak
You and your family as well as guests will rave over this Thai BBQ steak, and it also happens to be easy to make. Just stir together the simple marinade mixture, massage into the steak, and marinade as long as possible (up to 24 hours) before throwing onto a hot grill. The marinade is the key to this special recipe, which is Thai in original with some influence from the Chinese-Thai sector. In Thailand they normally slice up the steak and serve over a salad, but this steak is so good, you'll want it eat it the traditional way - with your choice of rice or potatoes and vegetables/salad. My husband has tested and re-tested this recipe, and declares it his absolute favorite. I hope it will also become yours.
Thai Coconut-Lime Shrimp (for Oven or Grill!)
This easy & delicious recipe for Thai shrimp/prawns will be sure to please all the seafood lovers at your table. Four key Thai ingredients - coconut, lime, coriander, and chili - combine to create a marinade and dipping sauce that marry beautifully with the tender succulence of shrimp. Just marinate, then either grill or oven-broil to...
Thai Red Curry with Vegetables
Thai red curry is one of those heart-warming dishes everyone loves, and it isn't difficult to make. This recipe is simple, fragrant and sumptuous, and can be made anywhere from mild to red-hot, depending on how much spice you prefer. To make it easier and faster, this red curry isn't begun with a paste - instead you just add the ingredients as you go. Most of the ingredients come straight out of your pantry (or see my handy substitutions).
Easy Thai Cucumber Salad
This cucumber salad is easy to make and brimming with the quintessential tastes of Thailand! Fresh cucumber is combined with red chillies, shallots, green onion, and basil, then tossed in a tangy Thai dressing. Great for a party, BBQ, picnic, or potluck party.
Honey-Garlic Chicken (Grilled or Baked!)
This Thai version of Honey Garlic Chicken makes ordinary chicken breast or thigh taste amazing, plus it's easy to make. Here I've grilled it, but it's just as excellent baked in the oven (both methods included here). Makes a great dinner served together with rice or over a salad, or whatever side dishes you desire. It's the marinade that makes...
Easy Thai Yellow Chicken Curry
This Thai yellow curry recipe is fast and easy to make. Just follow this step by step recipe for some deliciously healthy thai food.
Classic Thai Chicken Fried Rice
This simple, yet wonderful recipe for Chicken Fried Rice will please everyone at your table. It's easy to make and just as tasty as the fried rice you'll get at your favorite Asian restaurant. If you happen to have 'old' rice (leftover from other meals), fried rice is the perfect way to use it up. But even freshly-made rice makes for great...
Easy Garlic Shrimp
Sumptuous, succulent shrimp! That's my Thai garlic shrimp recipe - and it takes less than 15 minutes to make. Sweet, yet mildly spicy and garlicky, it's the perfect dish to serve as an appetizer or finger food. Also makes an excellent entree for lunch or dinner (just serve with crusty French bread or rice).
Heavenly Pineapple Fried Rice
Pineapple Rice is the signature dish of Thailand, normally served in a carved-out pineapple. The next time you host a party, impress your guests to no end by serving this tropical-looking (and tasting) Thai dish! And it isn't difficult to make - this easy Thai recipe will have you cooking and enjoying this heavenly treat in no time.
Baked Salmon in a Thai Honey-Soy-Ginger Sauce (Easy)
This baked salmon comes out beautifully, plus is easy to make. The marinade is a simple mixture of Asian sauces and fresh spices that comes out tasting similar to teriyaki, but is essentially Chinese-Thai in origin. You can balance out the sweet-sour flavors yourself just before serving, so you know you'll be happy with the result, and so will...
Easy Chicken Pad Thai Noodles
You asked for a simpler, one-page version of my Chicken Pad Thai Recipe - so here it is! A faster, easier version of Pad Thai, this yummy recipe will leave you craving more. The key to perfect Pad Thai is in the cooking (or "not" cooking) of the noodles - learn how to get them chewy-perfect with this recipe.
Thai Mango Chicken Skewers (Grilled or Oven Recipe)
These beautiful Mango Skewers are grilled up using a delicious Thai mango marinade that also serves as a dipping sauce for serving. Perfect for a summer cookout or BBQ party, but you can also cook these in your oven if the weather doesn't cooperate (instructions provided). This dish is bound to please both family and friends, and is simple to...
Easy Thai Coconut Curry Chicken (with Sweet Potato)
This homemade Coconut Curry Chicken recipe is cooked entirely from scratch, yet is very easy to prepare. You won't find any curry powder in this recipe - that's because I'm using the original spices that go into curry powder (without the other additives you'll find in most commercial brands). And there's no need to make a separate curry paste...
Thai Fish Coconut Curry (Easy!)
This wonderful Thai Fish Coconut Curry pops with flavor and is so delicious, you'll want to serve it next time you're entertaining. The curry sauce recipe is really easy to make from scratch - just stir together the ingredients, or blend them up in a food processor, chopper, or blender. Also contributing to this sumptuous curry are pineapple...
Easy Grilled Halibut Steak
This Thai recipe for grilled halibut steak is easy and super-delicious! The Thai marinade is put together in a matter of minutes, and as a bonus, it doubles as a glaze/dipping sauce. This halibut steak recipe makes a quick and easy meal for everyday, but is also beautiful enough to serve at your next barbecue or cookout. Enjoy!
Easy Thai Rice Noodles with Basil
This Thai fusion noodle recipe is extremely easy, plus healthy and wonderfully delicious! Rice noodles and fresh basil are the key ingredients, which means this recipe is vegetarian/vegan, plus gluten free. Delicious and beautiful to serve.
Thai Curry Fried Rice with Pineapple (Easy!)
This Thai curry flavored rice is so simple to make and so delicious! It can be made as a side dish, or add shrimp or chicken for a full course meal. The Thais always add pineapple chunks to their curried rice, and I find this makes for the most wonderful tasting results. Currents or raisins can also be added, as well as cashews. This special...
Thai Lettuce Wraps
This Thai recipe for lettuce wraps is quick and easy to make. It's also a fun dish to eat, either as an appetizer or as part of a main course. Serve the filling on a platter with whole iceburg lettuce leaves on the side, and let your friends and family wrap their own. Crunchy and munchy, you'll love this healthy and flavorful dish.
Easy Coconut Rice (made in a Rice Cooker)
Coconut Rice makes a deliciously easy side dish that can be served with a variety of dishes such as curries, stir-fried vegetables, fish or seafood mains. This easy coconut rice recipe is made in a rice cooker (for coconut rice made in a pot on your stove, see link within this recipe). ENJOY!
Easy Coconut Rice (Stovetop Version)
Coconut rice makes a terrific accompaniment to many Thai dishes, such as fish and curries. Although you can make coconut rice in a rice cooker, this recipe teaches you how to make it the old fashioned way - in a pot on the stove. Quick and easy, you'll love this delicious recipe!
Thai Grilled Salmon (with Flavorful Side Sauce)
This Thai Grilled Salmon features a wonderful blend of the 'four big Thai tastes': spicy, salty, sweet and sour. Made with fresh herbs and spices, this salmon simply sings with flavor while never overwelmoing the naturally delicious flavor of the fish. The marinade is a variation of traditional Thai 'magic paste' - a special blend of fresh...
Quick & Easy Stir-Fried Spinach
For an easy and oh so delicious spinach dish, try this Asian-style Stir-Fried Spinach. It's a cinch to make - you'll have it on your table in 15 minutes or less. Makes a great side dish to nearly any meal, especially if you're planning an Asian-themed entree. ENJOY!
Thai Green Curry Recipe (authentic & easy!)
This authentic Thai green curry recipe is easy to make and tastes like it came from your favorite Thai restaurant! Unlike most green curry recipes, this one doesn't call for packaged curry paste - instead, everything is made fresh, resulting in the best possible taste and greatest health benefits. Just follow these easy directions to a great...
All the Best Thai Stir-Fry Recipes!
All the recipes in this Thai Stir-Fry Recipe collection are Thai-delicious and straightforward to make. Find an array of stir-fry recipes all in one place- from vegetable (and vegetarian) stir-fries to chicken, shrimp, and seafood stir-fries. Enjoy!
Thai Pineapple Salad with Cucumber and Peanuts
This easy salad recipe is very gourmet tasting. In fact, it's so scrumptious that your guests will think you labored over it. To make this salad, simply toss some pineapple chunks (fresh or canned) with cucumber, green onion, slices of red pepper, and peanuts together with an easy homemade Thai salad dressing, and voila - a perfect pineapple...
Simple Thai Steamed Fish, Step-by-Step
In coastal Thailand, fresh fish is plentiful and delicious grilled or steamed in a wok. Try this steamed version combining lemongrass, galangal (or ginger), and fresh coriander for a melt-in-your-mouth taste experience. Be sure to use fresh fish for best results.
Thai Herbal Noodles
Try this easy Thai noodle dish made with fresh herbs. Excellent for both lunch and supper, you'll want to make this dish part of your everyday Thai cooking repertoire.
Easy Saffron Rice (made in a rice cooker!)
This saffron rice is the easiest rice recipe you'll ever make! Just put together a few ingredients and let them simmer together in your rice cooker while you get on with other things. Saffron rice makes a delicious accompaniment to all types of Southeast-Asian and Indian dishes, but is equally beautiful to serve alongside nearly any Western...
Easy Thai Clay Pot Ginger Chicken (Made in a Slow Cooker)
Clay pot cooking is just one of the many stovetop methods used by Thai cooks. Our Western version of clay pot is the slow cooker, and I find the results very similar: tender, fall-off-the-bone chicken, pork, and beef. The other great advantage of a slow cooker is the ease of preparation. Ginger chicken is a dish that was brought to Thailand...
Thai Barbeque Ribs
This special Thai Barbecue Ribs recipe turns out tangy-sticky good! The marinade/bbq sauce is very easy to make, then just grill up the ribs for a special dinner treat everyone in the family will love. Based on Chinese barbeque ribs, this Thai version is even more flavorful and tender. And the barbecue sauce can be served on the side - it's wonderful with rice (or would also be delicious with new potatoes). This ribs recipe also makes for a great party finger food. ENJOY!
Thai Green Curry with Vegetables
Thai Green Curry needn't take all day to make. Use your mini chopper or food processor to whip up my simple green curry paste and then cook up this simple but delicious curry in no time!
Easy Basil Chicken Stir-Fry (Kai Kraphao)
This chicken stir-fry makes a great weekday meal - fast and easy to make, yet deliciously Thai in flavor and texture. Strips of tender chicken breast are briefly marinated and then stir-fried along with an assortment of healthy vegetables in a fragrant basil sauce. Make this dish as spicy as you like - it is equally delicious mild or hot.
Easy Thai Chicken Stir-Fry (with Mushrooms, Snow Peas, and Fresh Basil)
This easy chicken stir fry recipe is quick to make, and tastes better than take-out! It's also extremely healthy. Strips of chicken breast or thigh are stir-fried together with mushrooms, bell pepper, and snow peas in a Thai stir fry sauce. Makes a quick and delicious dinner - just serve with rice and you're done!
Sticky Rice (Made in a Rice Cooker)
Did you know you can cook sticky rice in your rice cooker with delicious results? Cooking sticky rice in your rice cooker cuts down on all the steps involved, and is so quick and easy to make, you'll find yourself enjoying sticky rice more often.
Easy Vegetable Stir-Fry
This Easy Vegetable Stir Fry really IS easy to make, and quick too! Once you have vegetables chopped, you're nearly done, as the actual stir-frying is fast. My stir fry sauce is equally easy to make - just stir the ingredients together in a cup, and you're ready to go. As a bonus, this vegetable stir fry can be made with an assortment of vegetables - or just one vegetable (such as broccoli).
Sweet and Sour Chicken (or Pork) with Vegetables
This healthy and colorful recipe will please everyone at dinnertime - even the kids. Slices of chicken (or pork) are cooked in a special Thai-style sweet and sour sauce that's tangy-delicious. Add shiitake mushrooms and bok choy, plus vegetables such as bell peppers and tomatoes plus fresh coriander, and you've got a low-fat, one-dish meal that...
Thai Coconut Pancakes (gluten-free)
These coconut pancakes are quick and easy to fry up. More like crepes in their thinness, I find they make a great weekend breakfast/brunch dish, especially with a little syrup poured over. And because they're made with rice flours instead of wheat, this is a naturally gluten-free pancake recipe. (They are also lactose free) ENJOY!
Easy Basil-sesame Noodles
These Thai inspired vegetarian noodles are quick and super easy to make. While the noodles are boiling, create my no-cook Thai-style pesto with ingredients like Thai or sweet basil, sesame, and chilli. Toss the noodles in the pesto, and voila, healthy and incredibly delicious noodles you'll want to make again and again!
Quick and Easy Bangkok Street Vendor Noodles
This quick and easy noodle dish from the street vendors of Bangkok reveals Chinese influence in its choice of noodles: fresh long wheat noodles (low mein or Shanghai work well). The sauce and herbs, however, are essentially Thai. Even your kids will love this tasty noodle stir-fry - just be sure to leave out the chillies for them (instead,...
Thai Mango Chicken
This Thai recipe for Mango Chicken is healthy and certain to please everyone's taste. Look for the "quick & easy" tips to make this mango chicken in no time!
Easy Chicken Wings (Grilled or Oven-Baked)
This chicken wings recipe is very easy to make, and the taste is superb. Even your kids will go crazy for these chicken wings, which turn out naturally glazed with a garlicky and slightly sweet sauce. Barbecue them outdoors, or bake them in your oven - either way, they turn out fabulous.
Easy Thai Stir-fried Vegetables
Making a "simple stir-fry" isn't always as simple as it might seem. Getting the sauce to taste just right is usually a challenge. But my Thai stir-fried vegetables is a no-fail recipe, mostly because the stir-fry sauce is made before beginning to fry the vegetables, allowing you to adjust the flavor according to your taste.
Easy Stir-Fried Eggplant
This simple stir-fried eggplant recipe is aromatic and flavorful, and the generous amounts of fresh garlic make it extra healthy. A terrific side dish that can also be made vegetarian, it goes well with other Thai favorites. You can adjust the spice level, taking this dish anywhere from mild to red hot - according to your liking.
Easy Grilled Asparagus
This fabulous asparagus recipe is so easy to make, you'll want to keep it as part of your 'quick & easy' cooking repetoire! A great vegetable side dish, this grilled asparagus recipe cooks up in just minutes. Garlicky and slightly sweet, my simple marinade brings out all the flavor of asparagus and none of the bitterness. This easy grilled asparagus makes an excellent accompaniment to whatever you happen to be serving. ENJOY!
Easy Saffron Rice Recipe
This easy recipe for saffron rice hails from the south of Thailand. Saffron rice makes dinner extra special, and is nearly as easy to make as regular rice. You needn't own a rice cooker to make this recipe either - it's boiled in a pot on the stove, but tastes every bite like steamed rice! And unlike most saffron rice recipes, this one is...
Easy Thai-style Barbecue Rub
Looking for a good bbq rub that's also easy to make? Try this Thai Barbecue Rub! Similar to a traditional Texus dry rub, except I find this Asian-inspired bbq rub to be even better, due to the extra spices and flavors. Works with all kinds of meat, including fish, chicken, and bbq ribs. Make up a large batch and store it in a jar on your countertop, and this simple but tasty bbq rub will keep you going all summer long! ENJOY!
Sweet & Spicy Glazed Cashews
These Thai glazed cashews are a tantalizing combination of sweet and spicy, making them an excellent beer nut or snack food. Also excellent for the holiday season, these glazed nuts can be made in a matter of minutes and served alongside your party foods. You can also sprinkle them on salads or desserts (excellent on ice cream!), or fill a pretty jar with these glazed nuts and give them away as a gift that will sure to be enjoyed.
Thai-style Iced Coffee
This Thai iced coffee recipe is easy to make, and makes a great drink to have in the fridge on hot summer mornings - or anytime you want an energy boost. This iced coffee recipe starts with either instant or brewed coffee, so it's a terrific way to use up cold coffee leftovers. Just stir in a few ingredients - including some warm spices - and refrigerate until cold, or add ice cubes and a straw for a superb iced coffee drink. Cheers!
Easy Grilled Eggplant
This simple eggplant recipe is easy to make on the barbecue or grill. Garlicky and tender, Thai-style eggplant makes a great side dish for any occasion. Thin slices of Chinese or Japanese eggplant are marinated in a delicious Thai sauce, then grilled to a golden hue. The marinade doubles as a sauce that can be added at the end, or as a dip while you eat (excellent with rice). If you like eggplant, try it grilled with this yummy Thai recipe!
Easy Thai Barbecue Chicken Wings
This easy recipe for barbecue chicken wings can be made as hot or as tangy (sweet and sour) as you like (simply adjust the amount of fresh chili or chili sauce you add - instructions included). The honey-lime barbecue sauce is a nice balance of sweet and sour, and the addition of galangal (or ginger) gives it extra depth and richness. You'll love the color and natural stickiness of these wings - just baste a little as you barbecue, and you'll have perfect wings everytime!
Thai Iced Tea
Thai iced tea is easy to make and wonderfully refreshing to drink. While packaged iced tea mixes appear attractively easy to make, once you try making iced tea from scratch, you'll wonder why you never did it before - it's nearly as easy, and tastes far better! It's also healthier for you (no chemicals, colorings, or preservatives). So make up a jug of Thai iced tea today and see for yourself how simple and thirst-quenching it is!
Hot and Sour Soup
Hot and Sour Soup is similar to Tom Yum Soup, but has a different flavor, plus it relies on egg instead of coconut milk to thicken it. The egg cooks in the soup, shredding into beautiful white "clouds". Includes lots of greens, plus your choice of chicken, seafood, or tofu/wheat gluten. A great soup whether you're fighting a cold or flu, or...
Thai Fried Rice with Chicken
Khao Phad Kai or Thai Chicken Fried Rice is a tasty Thai dish. Both easy to cook and delicious, it is a popular choice for casual as well as formal occasions. And even your kids will love it!
Thai Cooking - Green Curry
Step by step recipe with pictures of how to cook Thai Green Curry. Easy to follow Thai cooking recipe of a classic and popular Thai dish
thai fried banana dessert
A fried banana dessert recipe that is easy to make. Your whole family will love this simple but delicious Thai dessert recipe.
Comforting Lemongrass Coconut Soup
This comforting soup recipe is a great natural remedy if you're suffering from a cold or flu bug - or simply want to warm up on a cold day. It's also a good way to get your greens, with broccoli, Chinese cabbage, carrots, and fresh basil added to a mound of thin Thai rice noodles. Combined with chicken broth and coconut milk, this quick and easy soup is a cup of warm comfort on a cool fall or winter day.
Thai Chicken Rice Soup with Prawns and Coriander
In Asia, breakfast often takes the form of soup, noodles, or "porridge", which is actually a kind of thick rice soup. This chicken-rice soup recipe is a good example, although I am more apt to make it for dinner. It's a soothing, comfort food, and excellent if you're fighting a cold or flu. Whether cooked in a slow cooker, or on the stove, it's extremely easy to make, low in fat and calories, and healthy too (see my substitutions for whole grains).
Easy Thai Grilled Lemongrass Chicken
This Thai grilled lemongrass chicken is super-easy and so delicious. Lemongrass chicken is a famous dish throughout both Thailand and Vietnam - you can see it grilling over coals at roadside vendors and markets. You can use nearly any cut of chicken for this dish, from breast to thigh to drumlets and wings, and the marinade is simple to put together. Makes a superb summer dish for cookouts or just everyday eating. Serve it up with rice and sweet chili sauce on the side, and ENJOY!
Small pastries filled with curry chicken or beef are a common marketplace food in many Southeast-Asian countries. Try this Thai version made extra simple by using phyllo pastry instead of homemade puff pastry. Follow the step by step recipe and enjoy these Thai Curry Pastries for a snack at teatime, or as a special appetizer.
Thai-spiced Grilled Salmon with Asparagus
This easy salmon recipes starts with a mixture of Thai spices made into a marinade. The salmon is then grilled (or fried) in a honey-soy-ginger sauce - the same sauce that is then used to stir-fry the asparagus. Served with plenty of Thai jasmine rice (white or brown), this salmon dish looks elegant and tastes even better. It's also a fast...
Quick and Easy Barbecued Vegetables, Thai Style
You won't believe how delicious vegetables can be until you try this fast and easy recipe for Thai-style BBQ Vegetables! Marinated in garlic, lime juice, and coriander, plain peppers and eggplant come alive with flavor and sweetness when grilled over the BBQ. Even your kids will want to eat their vegetables! You can also add cherry tomatoes and green bell peppers to the mix for even more variety and flavor.
Thai-style Barbecued Chicken Wings
These easy to make honeyed-lime wings are bound to be a hit at your next cookout or dinner party. Unlike traditional honey-garlic wings, this recipe offer different flavors that meld together just as well (if not better) with the honey.
Easy Thai Lemon Chicken
This is hands-down my favorite baked chicken, and it's SO easy! This Thai chicken is baked in a simple lemon sauce infused with garlic and chili for a very moist and delicious dish you'll want to serve guests. Best of all, you can whip it up in just mintues, then let it bake for an hour while you get on with other things. You family will love...
Thai BBQ Chicken Wings
If you like BBQ chicken wings, you'll love this spicy-sticky-good Thai recipe! The marinade is the key to good wings, and this Thai marinade has everything you're looking for: sweet, sour, and spicy all at once. It's also a breeze to put together, so you can have these wings prepared and on the table in less than an hour. Or make the marinade ahead of time and let your wings marinate overnight - either way, they'll be sure to be a hit with both kids and adults alike. ENJOY!
Thai Pineapple Chicken Fried Rice
If you're a fried rice fan, you'll absolutely love this scrumptious Thai version of chicken fried rice: Thai Pineapple Chicken Fried Rice! What I enjoy most about this dish is that every biteful is different: sometimes you get a sweet-savory combination of pineapple and chicken, or times you taste the spicy flavor of the rice with the...
Warm Thai Fresh Rolls
For a great appetizer or as part of a main course, try this Thai fresh roll recipe. Unlike most fresh rolls, these contain a warm filling made with black bean and garlic sauce and strips of beef or wheat gluten. This Thai recipe is so easy to make, you'll want to keep it close at hand, both for everyday as well as special occasions.
Easy Curry Powder Recipe
This easy recipe for Homemade Curry Powder creates the best tasting curry powder I've ever tried - sooo much better than store-bought, and healthier too (commercial curry powders tend to add lots of fillers and preservatives). You'll love the results you'll get with this curry powder recipe, which makes for delicious-tasting curries that are a cinch to make (for an easy recipe using this powder, just follow the link at the end of the recipe). ENJOY!
Thai Magic Paste Recipe (Easy!)
Thai Magic Paste is one those secret Thai ingredients that gives Thai food its wonderful and unique taste. I'm not sure who coined the term, but I know of so many Thai chefs who start with this paste that I suppose someone finally decided to give it a name. And it is indeed a magical thing! - you'll approve of the name too, once you make it! ...