10 Delicious Thai Recipes You Simply Can't Miss

BY FOODACIOUSLY

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1

Cashew Tofu Stir-Fry

Let's start with this spicy and saucy stir-fry, a true Thai favourite. The classic recipe calls for chicken but you can try it with seared tofu for a plant-based twist. Just as good!

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2

Green Coconut Curry

Green curry is Thailand's ultimate comfort food. It's hearty, spicy, and rich. Divine on a bed of steamed Jasmine rice. Swipe up and try it tonight!

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3

Stir-Fried Morning Glory

Thai folks love a good heap of garlicky morning glory with their meals. It's a simple yet delicious dish with a satisfying crunch. Ready in 5 minutes!

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4

Banana Pancakes

Also known as rotee, this famous Thai street food consits of a thin fried crepe stuffed with warm banana slices. It's so incredibly good. Try it at home with our easy recipe!

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5

Blue Sticky Rice with Mango

Hot sticky rice mixed with creamy coconut milk and topped with sweet mangos. It's Thailand's most famous dessert. It's as delicious as easy to make!

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6

Colour-Changing Lemonade

This cool recipe is all about the magic of butterfly pea flower, a blue flower commonly used in Thailand to make blue tea. See what happens when you add in lemon juice!

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7

Spicy Papaya Salad

Every tried green papaya? So fresh and crunchy. And papaya salad is one of the most famous Thai dishes ever. Tap below, and we'll show you how to make it!

8

Tofu Pad Thai

Of course, we couldn't miss the glorious pad Thai. Chewy noodles, crunchy veggies, and roasted peanuts. As delicious as easy to make — no need to order out!

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9

Crusty Curry Puffs

These savoury pastry pockets are a famous snack throughout Asia. Here's our Thai twist with green chilli paste and mung beans. Baked, not fried for a healthier recipe!

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10

Green Bean Pilaf

There are so many ways you can make pilaf. This is the Thai way. Lots of crunchy veggies, lemongrass, and limes. A one-pot recipe bursting with goodness!

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