One of the best parts of traveling the world is trying new foods and sampling all kinds of new flavors. I absolutely love Thai food and there’s nothing like the real thing, eaten at local markets or restaurants. Since we can’t travel anywhere at the moment, the best way to get my fix is by cooking at home. Here are 10 Thai recipes to make to satisfy your craving until the time you can hop on a plane to Thailand again!

Thai Coconut Curry Chicken: This delicious dish combines coconut, ginger and cilantro for an authentically flavorful Thai dish – via Damn Delicious

Pad Thai: Make your favorite Thai takeout dish with this recipe for Pad Thai, which you can make with your choice of meat, seafood and veggies – via Gimme Some Oven

Thai Green Mango Salad: This healthy recipe is high on taste but low on calories and fat. Full of flavorful fresh ingredients, this is one easy recipe that you’re going to have on repeat – via The Spruce Eats

Thai Beef Stew with Lemongrass and Noodles: Rice noodles and ginger-flavored spiced beef make this Thai recipe extremely delicious and satisfying and perfect for warming up on a cold day – via Bon Appetit

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Tom Yum Soup: This popular Thai soup is made with fish sauce, kaffir lime leaves and fresh lemongrass and usually a protein like shrimp. The thai word tom means ‘boiling’ and yum means ‘sweet and sour’ – via A Spicy Perspective

Pan-Seared Thai Red Curry Chicken: This simple chicken recipe requires just 4 ingredients (chicken included!) Just combine the ingredients for a quick and easy chicken rub – via Feasting at Home

Mango Sticky Rice: This delicious traditional Thai dessert is sooooooooo good. It’s the perfect end to any meal. Cooking the rice in coconut milk adds so much flavor – via Delish

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Thai Fried Rice: This Thai fried rice is made with carrots, scrambled eggs, fresh herbs and crispy bites of chicken. Serve as a side or as a main dish – via Dinner at the Zoo

Sesame Chicken with Creamy Satay Sauce: These tasty chicken skewers will make you feel like you’re eating at an outdoor Thai food market – via Taste of Home

Thai Beef with Basil: This recipe delivers a double dose of basil; it’s used as a wilted green in the stir fry, then added raw as a garnish for twice the flavor – via Epicurious


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