Don't be scared of the ingredients in these recipes, because they are easily accessible at your local grocery stores, in the ethnic food aisle.
A great way to start your meal, this comforting semi-homemade Thai chicken noodle soup is perfect for when you have leftover rotisserie chicken.
Serve up a bowl of this tom kha gai (Thai coconut soup), and savor true Thai flavors like coconut milk, galangal root, fish sauce, lime juice and more.
The classic cream soup that is corn chowder is transformed into Thai corn chowder with the addition coconut milk and curry paste.
Go to any Asian restaurant, and you'll see lettuce wraps on the menu like these Thai beef lettuce wraps.
Try this rainbow Thai coleslaw with sweet cilantro-lime dressing on a hot summer day. Packed with Thai flavors and fresh vegetables, it's the perfect side dish.
This vegan Thai coconut curry butternut squash soup is a warm soup perfect for those chilly nights.
A take on the authentic massaman curry, this recipe for chicken massaman curry is easy to create with curry paste and coconut milk.
Lemongrass chicken coconut curry uses one of the most traditional Thai ingredients — lemongrass. The fresh, citrusy aroma of lemongrass adds another dimension of flavor.
Using your favorite firm fish for curry is a great way to add protein and other nutrients into your meals. This Thai fish curry is easily served as a soup or as a main dish over rice or noodles.
Have only 20 minutes to make dinner? This one-pot Thai shrimp pasta will become your go-to recipe.
A healthier version of pad Thai, these sesame noodles with chicken and peanuts are packed with snap peas and edamame for added nutrition.
Longing for authentic pad Thai? This pad Thai recipe will satisfy your craving.
Nothing's better than a rice recipe packed with vegetables and chicken — like this Thai-inspired fried rice with chicken — to serve your family on a busy night.
Need a quick lunch? This crunchy and spicy Thai potato chip peanut satay wrap is packed with fresh basil and peanut butter, making it a Thai-inspired meal.
Vegan and gluten free, this sweet potato and lentil coconut curry is the perfect main dish to serve your special guests.
Shrimp is a great protein to have in your freezer, since it cooks so quickly and saves you when you need to feed your family a delicious meal, like this Thai coconut curry shrimp.
We love spicy dinner ideas, and this Thai spiced chicken with coconut cream Swiss chard fits the bill. Add a side of jasmine rice, and you've got dinner on the table in less than an hour.
Satays are basically proteins on a stick. Whether made with chicken, beef, pork or vegetables, it's a great dish to serve large crowds. Try this Thai chicken satay with a classic peanut dipping sauce.
The luscious ingredients in this Thai peanut coconut curry chicken make it the perfect dish to serve your family in less than 30 minutes.
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