If you’re not making it to Thailand anytime soon, then maybe you’d like to try some Thai recipes so that at least you can make a culinary journey out of it.
7 Thai recipes to make right now
If you’re in a mood for Asian flavors, this Thai sea bass may just do the trick. It’s a 35-minute job where you grill (we used a grill pan, by the way) the fish, then bake it in a hot aromatic sauce. The latter one is as rich as the Asian cuisine: coconut milk, star anise, ginger, and cinnamon, to name just a few.
Thai food usually brings together a combination of sauces, aromatic herbs and lots of seasonings. Having chicken, mushrooms, and vegetables, this curry is a complete meal. If you prefer it less spicy, just use a part of the jalapeno seeds, not all of them!
Fresh ginger gives a heavenly touch to this Thai coconut shrimp soup! We’re in love with the result, but if you look for a milder spiciness, use sliced ginger instead of crushed and discard the slices after you add the shrimp into the simmering liquid.
Do you like Asian food? Well, this Thai chicken with cashew and peanuts is full of flavors and really saucy. Serve it with a bowl of boiled rice and eat with chopsticks, if you can!
Are you in the mood for some Asian-style food? This mussel and shrimp Thai soup is ready in less than 30 minutes and is absolutely delicious. Plus, you can serve it both hot and cold!
Some Thai recipes are actually pretty simple to make! Anytime you’re starving and in a hurry, don’t hesitate to make this Thai rice noodle salad. It’s ready in just 15 minutes and it’s satisfying and healthy!
Lemongrass and coconut milk are key ingredients in Thai cuisine. Mix them with baby octopus and you will have an authentic Asian experience!