Top Rated Thai Recipes

If pizza is your pick, try this spunky and robust phenomenal Thai pizza with chicken, onion, and carrots with peanut sauce. Keep these pantry friendly ingredients on hand for a last-minute meal. Click here to see 10 Easy Summer Chicken Recipes 
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pad thai sliders
Bring Thai flavors into your kitchens without investing in a collection of Asian spices only to use them once or twice. When preparing the sliders, feel free to experiment with different garnishes, but note that the sliders are very flavorful as prepared and novice cooks might want to start with the basics. — Vivian Doan, MyDailyFindChicago
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Thai Swizzle Cocktail
Launched in 1941, Mekhong is Thailand's first domestically produced spirit. Made from a mysterious mix of secret-recipe Thai herbs and spices, this golden spirit is commonly known as a whiskey, but would be more accurately described as a rum (made from 95 percent sugar cane/molasses and 5 percent rice). We may not know which spices are in Mekhong, but according to Gemma bartender Walter Easterbrook, who created this cocktail, "The Mekhong rum adds a touch of spiced ginger to the refreshing juices, while a dash of Angostura helps to harmonize the flavor profile and create a delicious cocktail." Since the rum has rich notes of toffee, vanilla, pepper, and cinnamon, the Thai Swizzle delivers an exotic, highly spiced flavor profile that will keep your palate guessing. Click here for the 9 Unique Spiced Cocktails story.
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Knowing that ham is often a leftover staple during the holiday season, Chef Qui created a Thai Style Ham Omelet, perfect for breakfast, lunch or dinner. 
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Green Chicken Curry
"In this quick and easy recipe that never fails, the chicken stays moist and tender. Serve over jasmine rice for a satisfying meal."-lausThis recipe is courtesy of laus via AllRecipes.com.
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Pierogy Pad Thai
Pad Thai is often made with rice noodles, but make an even easier version of the take-out classic with store-bought pierogies. Recipe courtesy of chef Dale Talde for Mrs. T's Pierogies.
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authentic thai soup
“The main soup base is coconut milk,” says Sharon Chen. “I like to mix it with some pumpkin purée to strengthen the flavor. Since pumpkin is seasonal, you can make this soup throughout the year by using canned purée. When it’s in season, simply just cook pumpkin with other vegetables.“Whenever it comes to Thai cooking, there will always be a couple of special herbs we shouldn’t ignore, such as lemongrass and galangal, etc. They are essential in order to make your Thai dish taste authentic. You might find that they are slightly pricey in your grocery stores, but remember, only a little bit of each can make an entire pot of soup (enough for 4 servings) delightful! It’s fancy but affordable.”This recipe is provided by Sharon Chen of delishplan.com.
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pad thai
This Pad Thai recipe is how you actually find it in Bangkok and comes from testing hundreds of different variations from food carts all over the city. Pad Thai is the ultimate street food. While "street food" may sound bad, food cart cooks are in such a competitive situation, with such limited space, ingredients and tools they need to specialize in a dish or two just to stay in business. The best of these cooks have cooked the same dish day-after-day, year-after-year, constantly perfecting it.This recipe is courtesy of ThaiTable
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Steak Salad
This Thai-inspired salad dressing spices up your freshly grilled steak.This recipe is courtesy of The Kitchn.
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Thai Chicken Curry
Once September starts giving way to October and pumpkin becomes, for a time, ubiquitous, it can be a stretch to find new ways to cook the fall bounty. Pumpkin bread, pumpkin pie, pumpkin lattes, and pumpkin muffins are all popular but not exactly novel iterations of the beloved squash. For those who crave pumpkin but want to try something new, something savory, even, this Thai curry does the trick. Featuring cubes of pumpkin that meld with the brightness of lime juice, the potency of fish sauce, and the bite of chiles, it's a dish that feels autumnal but manages to stray from the traditional nutmeg and clove route. Click here to see the Not Just for Carving: 8 Pumpkin Recipes story.
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Pad Thai
Pad thai is quite possibly the reason many Americans have fallen in love with Thai cuisine. The sweet, sour, and salty noodles stir-fried with vegetables, dried shrimp, and oftentimes chicken is a good introduction to the basic and addictive flavors of Thai cooking. This noodle dish is a basic stir-fry. The trick to just about any stir-fry is to prep everything you can in advance. In this recipe, for example, you'll need to add turnip, dried shrimp, and tofu in quick succession, so make sure to have everything in your work area organized and ready to go before you start cooking.
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Shrimp pad thai
Shrimp pad thai has always been a favorite delivery/takeout food item — it's just always seemed a little too complicated, too involved a dish for me to attempt a homemade version. But in the spirit of pushing the boundaries of my cooking comfort zone, I decided to take a stab at it. And I encourage you to as well. Seriously, if I can make it, so can you. Click here to see more peanut recipes. Make this recipe at home easily. Have the ingredients delivered right to your door via Plated.com.
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