Thai recipes

Thai recipes are known for their balance of sweet, salty, sour and spicy flavours - and these HelloFresh recipes are no exception. Enjoy the exciting flavours of these easy-to-prepare dishes, and learn new Thai cooking techniques along the way.

Thai-Spiced Pork

with Ginger-Coconut Rice & Roasted Peanuts

Thai Pumpkin & Veggie Red Curry

with Crushed Peanuts

Roast Duck Breast & Red Curry Veggies

with Jasmine Rice & Roasted Cashews

Thai Red Chicken Curry

with Peanuts & Jasmine Rice

Thai Sweet Chilli Beef Rissoles

with Sesame Fries & Slaw

Thai Green Tofu Curry

with Peanuts & Green Beans

Thai Green Coconut Noodle Soup

with Crushed Peanuts

Quick Thai Beef Strip Bowl

with Stir-fry Veggies

Quick Thai Beef Bowl

with Veggie Stir-fry

Quick Thai Sweet Chilli & Pork Bowl

with Peanut Rice & Sautéed Veggies

Veggie Thai Yellow Curry & Brown Rice

with Roasted Cashews

Easy Baked Thai Green Chickpea Curry

with Rice & Peanuts

Pork Thai Red Curry with Rice, Peanuts & Coriander

Pre-Prepped | Three Steps | Ready in 15

Green Thai Curry with Jasmine Rice

No Prep | Ready in 5 | Serves 1

Thai-Style Chicken & Roast Sweet Potato Salad

with Ginger Dressing & Peanuts

Pork & Yellow Curry Noodles with Peanuts

Pre-Prepped | Three Steps | Ready in 15

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10 Delicious Thai Street Foods

Every year, tens of millions of travelers visit Thailand to explore the beaches, experience the culture and, of course, indulge in delicious Thai food. No matter where you go, streets in Thailand are lined with vendors cooking up an array of aromatic Thai recipes that look and smell as good as they taste. Here are our favorite Thai street food dishes every visitor should try.

  1. Som Tam - a spicy papaya salad served with dried shrimp, tomatoes, peanuts and a lot of chili.
  2. Pad Thai - a classic Thai recipe made from fried noodles, egg, meat, bean sprouts, peanuts and lime.
  3. Sai Ooah - a spicy pork sausage commonly sold by street vendors in Northern Thailand.
  4. Pad See Eiw - wide rice noodles served with soy sauce, Chinese broccoli or cabbage and fried chicken or beef.
  5. Kao Niew Ma Muang - a Thai dessert recipe made from mango, coconut milk and sticky rice.
  6. Tom Yum Goong - a spicy soup with prawns, tomatoes, mushrooms, lemongrass and Thai spices.
  7. Gai Pad Met Ma Muang - a sweet and sour dish of fried chicken, vegetables and cashew nuts.
  8. Pak Boong - also called morning glory, this Thai vegetable is similar to spinach and is served with chili, garlic and oyster sauce.
  9. Pat Ka Phrao - a stir-fry with minced chicken or pork, Thai basil, rice and a fried egg.
  10. Poh Pia Tod - deep-fried spring rolls made with rice paper and different fillings.

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Thai recipes

10 Delicious Thai Street Foods

Every year, tens of millions of travelers visit Thailand to explore the beaches, experience the culture and, of course, indulge in delicious Thai food. No matter where you go, streets in Thailand are lined with vendors cooking up an array of aromatic Thai recipes that look and smell as good as they taste. Here are our favorite Thai street food dishes every visitor should try.

  1. Som Tam - a spicy papaya salad served with dried shrimp, tomatoes, peanuts and a lot of chili.
  2. Pad Thai - a classic Thai recipe made from fried noodles, egg, meat, bean sprouts, peanuts and lime.
  3. Sai Ooah - a spicy pork sausage commonly sold by street vendors in Northern Thailand.
  4. Pad See Eiw - wide rice noodles served with soy sauce, Chinese broccoli or cabbage and fried chicken or beef.
  5. Kao Niew Ma Muang - a Thai dessert recipe made from mango, coconut milk and sticky rice.
  6. Tom Yum Goong - a spicy soup with prawns, tomatoes, mushrooms, lemongrass and Thai spices.
  7. Gai Pad Met Ma Muang - a sweet and sour dish of fried chicken, vegetables and cashew nuts.
  8. Pak Boong - also called morning glory, this Thai vegetable is similar to spinach and is served with chili, garlic and oyster sauce.
  9. Pat Ka Phrao - a stir-fry with minced chicken or pork, Thai basil, rice and a fried egg.
  10. Poh Pia Tod - deep-fried spring rolls made with rice paper and different fillings.

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