Top Rated Thai Recipes

Spicy Thai Peanut Sauce
Chicken satay is a quick and easy appetizer that's satisfying as well. The satay skewers in this recipe are baked but feel free to throw them on the grill or use a grill pan. The slightly tangy peanut sauce has a warm kick from the red pepper flakes and a hint of sweetness from the brown sugar.  Click here to see Recipe SWAT Team: Thai Dishes. 
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Thai Grilled Chicken Noodle Salad
This Thai-inspired chicken noodle salad is packed with bold flavors and veggies, making a healthy and seriously crave-worthy dish.This recipe is courtesy of the National Chicken Council.
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Thai-inspired braised short ribs
These short ribs get sweetness from orange and carrot, earthiness from onion and lemongrass, heat from chile garlic paste and floral notes from grains of paradise.This recipe by Stacey Ballis appeared in the Chicago Tribune.
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Slow cooker Thai peanut chicken quinoa bowls
If your quinoa is staring longingly at you from the pantry shelf, give it new life with big flavors in this Thai peanut bowl.This recipe is courtesy of Imperial Sugar.
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Thai Chicken Satay
This grilled chicken recipe served alongside a zippy peanut-pumpkin sauce is anything but boring. Courtesy of Very Best Baking by Nestlé. 
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Grilled Swordfish with Thai Dipping Sauce
For many people, the seductiveness of Thai cooking lies in the careful balancing of basic flavors — sweet, sour, savory, and spicy. This recipe demonstrates these principles without getting into a laundry list of ingredients. The simple dipping sauce in this recipe would go equally well with grilled chicken, steak, or shrimp. Click here to see Cooking with Honey — 8 Great Recipes.
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Gai Yang
Thai-style grilled chicken coated in a marinade flavored with cilantro, white pepper, and fish sauce is one of the tastiest things you'll ever pull off of your grill. There's a reason you can't walk more than a few blocks in Bangkok without catching a whiff of its intense aroma. Here's how to make it in your own backyard.This recipe is courtesy of J. Kenji López-Alt via Serious Eats.
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Thai Red Curry with Lamb
I love Thai curries. The aroma alone of creamy coconut milk with the slight heat of the pungent curry spices makes my mouth water. I will often add lamb coupled with whatever vegetables I have on hand and simmer the mixture together until meltingly tender. Alone, a curry is a hearty alternative to a bowl of soup. For something even more substantial, serve it atop a cup of brown rice cooked with a bit of coconut oil and coconut milk, for added flavor. Added benefit of this recipe? It cooks in the same amount of time it takes to cook rice. While I used lamb, onions, and bell peppers in this curry, you can really use whatever ingredients you have on hand. For example, try chicken instead of lamb, and use fresh snow peas and zucchini instead of the red bell peppers. A vegetarian? You can also use chopped tofu as well. Click here to see Recipe SWAT Team: Thai Dishes.
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Nothing wakes a juice up like a splash of citrus — it’s like drinking liquid sunshine. There are, of course, the old favorites: lemon tastes zesty and clean; lime adds a tart, tropical note; grapefruit adds refreshing acidity; and orange is sweet and bright. But you can branch out from these reliable standards with pomelo, Ugly fruit, kumquat, blood orange, Satsuma, clementine, tangerine, Key lime, Buddha’s hand, yuzu, and iyokan. Check out your local co-op, farmers market, and Asian, Latin, or Middle Eastern grocery stores for citrus fruits that you love but don’t often buy or that you’ve never tried before.
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This dish is based on a similar cold one that my mom used to make in the summers with sesame oil.
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This simple salad is full of flavor from the Thai-inspired ingredients and is great for warm summer days. To cut down on cost, replace the crab with grilled or sautéed shrimp, and the avocado for cucumber chunks (preferably an English cucumber for its sweeter skin or a peeled supermarket cucumber). Click here to see Recipe SWAT Team: Thai Dishes. 
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Thai Green Coconut Curry with Chicken
Who needs takeout when making a delicious Thai curry, like this one, is so easy? Loaded with good-for-you vegetables and chunks of lean chicken, served on top of steamed rice, it's the perfect comforting meal after a long day at work. Click here to see Recipe SWAT Team: Thai Dishes   Click here to see 101 Ways to Cook Chicken
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