Sometimes you’re just craving some bold, spicy, and flavorful Thai dishes. Thai food is a huge and diverse cuisine, but staples like coconut milk, curry, and various spices will give you the bold flavors you want! There are many different ways to use the traditional Thai flavors, so we’re giving you 15 different Thai recipes that give you lots of flavors and spices from the Food Monster App!

1. Thai Green Vegetable Curry 

This Thai Green Vegetable Curry has a ton of healthy fresh veggies, such as eggplant, broccoli, bell pepper, and zucchini! The sauce is made from green curry, spices, and coconut milk to make it creamy and flavorful.


2. Thai Pumpkin Soup With Peanut Butter Roasted Chickpeas 

A comforting, warming, and hearty soup! This Thai Pumpkin Soup With Peanut Butter Roasted Chickpeas gives you all the delicious, spicy Thai flavors, and a creamy touch of coconut milk!

3. Fiery Thai Soup 

This Fiery Thai Soup has ginger it in to give it even more flavor and spice! The soup also has black rice noodles, which makes it chewier, and also adds some nice colors to this beautiful dish.

4. Asparagus Risotto With Lemongrass and Thai Basil Vegan Asparagus Risotto with Lemongrass and Thai Basil with garnish and lime

This risotto is creamy, and contains a lot of winter vegetables to make it healthy, hearty, and popping with flavors! It is simmered with a homemade broth, which is filled with lemongrass, ginger, crushed garlic, and soy sauce, which means this Asparagus Risotto With Lemongrass and Thai Basil isn’t missing a thing!

5. Thai-Style Roasted Butternut Squash Red Curry

Roasted butternut squash is the main ingredient in this Thai-Style Roasted Butternut Squash Red Curry, and it makes the dish unique and intriguing! You’ll also find some roasted chickpeas for some crunch, and curry for the ultimate Thai flavor!


6. Thai Pumpkin Coconut Curry 

You don’t have to wait until Thanksgiving to eat pumpkin! Try this Thai Pumpkin Coconut Curry, which can be enjoyed all year round. The combination of the roasted vegetables, a lot of spices, and the Thai pumpkin coconut curry makes this dish warming and comforting, and perfect any day of the week!

8. Thai Barbecue Cauliflower Vegan Gluten-Free Thai BBQ Cauliflower with green onion

Ok, we already know about cauliflower wings with BBQ sauce, but have you ever tried the recipe for this Thai Barbecue Cauliflower? No? Then try it right away – it’s so good. It’s almost like a red curry dish, just in a crispy appetizer form. You’ll love it!

9. Creamy Thai Pumpkin Coconut Lo Mein

Creamy pumpkin is combined with rich coconut, and together they make a dish with a bold flavor. Try this Creamy Thai Pumpkin Coconut Lo Mein dish the next time you want to feel completely satisfied and full!

10. Thai Coconut Curry Soup With Spicy Sesame 

Everything you’re craving in one soup! This Thai Coconut Curry Soup With Spicy Sesame has the perfect combination of savory and sweet, and you can add as many toppings as you like!


11. Thai Veggie Wraps With Spicy Peanut Sauce

When you’re craving some Thai flavors, make it with a twist –  like these Thai Veggie Wraps With Spicy Peanut Sauce! In this wrap you’ll find crisp broccoli slaw, fresh spinach, sweet bell peppers, and fresh cilantro served with a side of a creamy, spicy peanut sauce. YUM!

12. Nut-Free Thai Noodles 

A lot of Thai dishes have nuts in them, but this doesn’t – which means it’s perfect if you (or someone you love) is allergic to nuts. It uses nut-free noodles and sunflower seed butter instead of peanut butter. You’ll still get the same creaminess, deliciousness, and nutty taste you want from a Thai dish, without the nuts!

13. Thai Chickpea Stew

In this recipe, onions, peppers, carrots, garlic, and chickpeas are cooked in a yummy, creamy broth made with peanut butter and coconut milk. Your taste buds will be so satisfied after this Thai Chickpea Stew!

14. Thai Chickpea Zucchini Noodle Salad 

Skip the noodles, make spiralized zucchini instead – inspired by this Thai Chickpea Zucchini Noodle Salad recipe! It gives you a healthy and fresh taste, especially when it’s combined with fresh herbs and a sweet and spicy Thai-inspired dressing.

15. Peanut and Lime Thai Soba Noodle Salad 

This Peanut and Lime Thai Soba Noodle Salad is vibrant, zesty, and very, very flavorful! The coolest thing about it? You can eat it both warm and cold! So it’s perfect to have the leftovers for lunch the next day, and just squeeze over a little lime for some fruitiness.

Whether you want it as a lunch, dinner, or maybe a late night snack, we’ve got you covered! We have more Thai recipes where these came from, and you can find them all at the Food Monster App!


Lead image source: Thai Chickpea Stew