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30 delicious Thai dishes

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Please note: For lesson options 1 & 2, choose two dishes in total but only one dish from menu A. For lesson option 3, please choose one dish from menu B.

Dishes tagged with Veggies and Tofu options are vegetarian and vegan friendly.

 
  • Starters (Menu A)

    • Thai Fish Cakes1a. Fish Cakes or ‘Tod Man Pla’

      Thai Fish Cakes are great as a starter, snack or a hot nibble to have with drinks. Fish cakes can be made up to eight hours ahead of cooking.

    • Satay2a. Chicken or Pork Satay

      This is a dish consisting of diced or sliced chicken, goat, mutton, beef, pork, fish, tofu, or other meats; the more authentic version uses skewers from the midrib of the coconut leaf, although bamboo skewers are often used. These are grilled or ...

    • Grilled Chicken3a. Grilled Thai aromatic chicken or ‘Gai Yaang’

      There are many recipes for Grilled Thai chicken. You can find them easily on the street food stalls. My recipe has been taught to me by my mum. Aromatic with a little spice in it. *Recommended, yum

    • 4a. Grilled Marinated Pork on sticks or ‘Moo Ping’

      Grilled Pork, the street food that you can eat any time of the day, as a snack, starter, or supper. There are many versions of this dish.

  • Curries (Menu A)

    • 5a. Massaman Curry or ‘Gaeng Massaman’

      Massaman Curry derived from Persian in King Naa-raay Ma-haa-raach era. It is popular among people who are fond of spices and aromatic fragrances. Massaman Curry is like meat stew and it is yummy with its creamy coconut milk texture, the tender ...

    • 6a. Green Curry or ‘Gaeng Kaew Waan’

      The name “green” curry derives from the color of the dish. Green Curry is one of the most popular dishes, not just in Thailand but around the world. Green Curry is slightly spicier than other Thai curries because its curry ...

    • 7a. Red Curry or ‘Gaeng Daeng’

      Red curry is another popular Thai dish consisting of curry paste to which coconut milk is added. Some sort of meat such as chicken, beef, pork, shrimp, or more often duck can be used in Red Curry. Tofu, Meat analogues or ...

    • 8a. Panang Curry or ‘Gaeng Panang’

      Panang Curry is a dry curry which is fried in coconut cream, and not boiled. Panang uses the thicker part of the milk, or the cream only. It’s typically made with beef, although you can make it with pork or chicken ...

    • 9a. Yellow Curry or ‘Gaeng Ga-ree’

      Yellow Curry is one of three major kinds of Thai curry, which are identified by color, commonly found in Thai restaurants in the West. There are many more types in Thailand, several of which are yellow. Yellow curry usually refers to ...

    • 10a. Roasted Duck in Red Curry or ‘Gaeng Ped Bped Yaang’

      This dish is very popular among Thai people. It is on menus in most restaurants in Thailand. The Roasted Duck in Red Curry is simply like normal Red Curry but the ingredients that are cleverly added ...

  • Fish (Menu A)

    • 11a. Sautéd Fish in Dry Red Curry or ‘Pla Chu-Chee’

      ‘Pla Chu-Chee is one of my favorite dishes. Best with Tuna but other fish also an option. Using Red curry fried in coconut cream, and not boiled. Top with sliced kaffir lime leaves for an aromatic blend, ...

    • 12a. Deep Fried Fish in Sweet Chilly Sauce or ‘Pla Raad Prig’

      Sweet with the kick of chillies in the sauce make this dish irresistible. Serve with warm steamed Jasmine rice.

    • 13a. Steamed Fish in Lemon & Lemongrass Sauce or ‘Pla Nueng Ma-naaw’

      One of the popular dishes on the menu in restaurants in Thailand, especially, in the seaside towns. To perfect this dish, it is all about the fish you choose to make it with, cooking time, ...

  • Noodles (Menu A)

    • 14a. Pad Thai

      Pad Thai is a dish of stir-fried rice noodles, Two different styles of Pad Thai have evolved: the version most often found on the streets of Thailand, which is relatively dry and light, and the version that seems dominant in many restaurants in the ...

  • Noodles (Menu B)

    • 15b. Stir Fried Rice Noodles in Dark Soy Sauce or ‘Pad See-ew’

      Pad See-ew is a basic Thai lunch. It is a Chinese-influenced stir fried noodle dish which is commonly eaten as street food in Thailand and Laos. It is also quite popular in Thai and Laos ...

    • 16b. Fried Rice noodles in back bean gravy sauce or ‘Raad Na’

      Raad Na is a Thai-Chinese noodle dish. It is made with stir-fried rice noodles a form of meat such as chicken, beef, pork, seafood or tofu and/or garlic, straw mushrooms and gailan. The dish is ...

    • 17b. Fried Egg noodles with soya sauce or ‘Chow mein’

      Chow mein is a generic Chinese term for a dish of stir-fried noodles of which there are many varieties. Chow mein is made with either one of two different kind of noodles. The two types are; soft ...

  • Stir Fried (Menu B)

    • Pad Gra Prao18b. Stir Fried Meat with Chillies & Basil or ‘Pad Gra-prao’

      I bet that every Thai person loves this dish with their own slightly different version. Pad Gra-prao is easy to make and very tasty. You can make the taste how you like it to ...

    • 19b. Stir Fried Meat with Garlic & Pepper or ‘Pad Gratiem Prig Thai’

      Garlic and Pepper is a very common dish. You can use any meat — pork, beef, shrimp, squid, etc. You can even make a vegetarian option with tofu. It’s very easy and quick to ...

    • Chicken & Cashew Nuts20b. Stir Fried Chicken with Cashew Nuts or ‘Pad Med Ma-muang’

      This dish has derived from Chinese immigrants to Thailand. It is a common dish on the menu of Thai restaurants in Western countries. You can use other meats instead of chicken but it ...

    • Beef in Oyster Sauce21b. Stir Fried Beef in Oyster Sauce or ‘Pad Nuee Nam-man-hoy’

      Another dish that easy and quick to make, it is good for new learners. Very delicious.

    • 22b. Stir Fried Rice or ‘Khaaw Pad’

      Fried rice is a popular component of chinese food and other forms of Asian cuisine. It is made from rice fried in a wok, typically with additional ingredients left over from other dishes. There are dozens of varieties of fried ...

  • Soups (Menu B)

    • 23b. Spicy & Sour with Lemongrass Soup or ‘Tom Yam’

      Tom yum is characterized by its distinct hot and sour flavors, with fragrant herbs generously used. The basic broth is made of stock and fresh ingredients. In Thailand, tom yum is usually made with prawns (tom yum ...

    • 24b. Spicy & Sour with Coconut Milk Soup or ‘Tom Kha’

      Tom Kha is a spicy hot soup in Lao and Thai cuisine. This soup is made with coconut milk, galangal, lemongrass and chicken. The fried chillies add a smoky flavor as well as texture, color and ...

    • 25b. Noodle Soup or ‘Guay Teow’

      Noodle soup refers to a variety of soups with noodles and other ingredients served in a light broth. Noodle soup is an East and Southeast Asian staple. Less well known, a form of fresh (typically home made) noodle is used in ...

    • 26b. Aromatic Asian Pork/Beef Stew or ‘Pa-low’

      This is a great dish that I recommend you to try. Using dried herbs in stewing make this dish mouth watering by its fragrance. Served with warm jasmine rice.

  • Salads (Menu B)

    • Grilled Beef Spicy Salad27b. Spicy Grilled Steak Salad or ‘Nam Tok’

      Can be made with beef or pork. The meat can be well done, medium, or rare depending how you like it. Sirloin is best for this dish but for sure you still can choose whichever parts ...

    • 28b. Minced Meat salad or ‘Laab’

      Laab is similar to Nam Tok but using minced meat instead of steak and different preparation.

    • Yam Woon Sen29b. Glass Noodles Salad or ‘Yam Wun Sen’

      A very healthy dish, low in fat, no cholesterol, its introduced to individuals who wish to lost weight. You can choose any meat you like to put in your salad. However, it is best with seafood, minced ...

    • Som Tam30b. Green Papaya Salad or ‘Som Tam’

      Som Tam, one of the most popular Thai dishes, is a spicy Salad made from shredded un-ripened papaya. Som tam is derived from a traditional dish in Laos called Tam Mang Hung. The dish combines the four main tastes ...