Whether you're looking for an easy and crowd-pleasing coconut curry or a Northern Thai–style chopped-pork larb, these are our favorite recipes, traditional and non-, that draw on the intense and spice-heavy flavor profile of Thai cooking.
The perfect flavor-packed steak salad for potlucks and backyard parties.
Crispy tofu, delicate pea shoots, peanuts, and chilies, all cradled in a rice paper wrapper.
Cod poached in coconut milk with lemongrass and ginger.
A savory-and-sour peanut sauce that works equally well with satay or spring rolls.
These slow-cooker meatballs in a sticky Thai sauce are guaranteed to be tender and juicy.
You can make a full meal out of this creamy version of Tom Yam Kung.
Funky, spicy, and perfect in lettuce wraps.
Fry your shallots to make a crispy Thai garnish and an aromatic oil.
A versatile sweet and sour ketchup.
Packed with hot, sour, salty, sweet, and aromatic flavors.
French technique, Thai flavors.
Sweet, sticky, good on absolutely everything.
Incredibly flavorful and balanced pad Thai—not too sweet or heavy.
Be the dinner party host hero your friends deserve with this Thai-inspired pork feast.
The Southeast Asian condiment can add unique, savory complexity to dishes of any provenance.
Curry paste: it's not just for making Thai curry
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