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.
Take your favorite grilled meats for a dip in this sweet, spicy, and savory Thai sauce.
Subbing vinegar for lime juice gives this punchy dipping sauce some staying power.
A sweet-tart dressing of honey and balsamic vinegar adds brightness to these deep-fried sprouts.
Nutty, sweet grilled cabbage wedges, drizzled in a spicy Thai-inspired sauce.
Savory, sweet, and juicy chicken, perfect for dipping.
Green papaya salad, minus the papaya.
A bunch of tasty fried things—shallots, garlic, lemongrass, and makrut lime leaves—add layers of flavor.
Just add water to these DIY instant noodles, made with spicy red curry, creamy coconut milk, and fresh shrimp.
Cellophane noodles tossed with crisp bits of ground meat, and a tart fish sauce dressing.
Be the dinner party host hero your friends deserve with this Thai-inspired pork feast.
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