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Who are we kidding? Thai takeout is really damn delicious. But this cuisine extends far beyond drunken noodles—and many recipes are surprisingly easy to make yourself. We love Thai home cooking because the dishes pack tons of flavor but are light, fresh and gorgeous. Here, some of our favorite classics, plus a few fun interpretations. Which colorful dish do you want to make first?
A single portion for when you’re feasting solo.
Salad is so much more fun when it’s rainbow-colored.
Crispy, golden-brown and superb in its simplicity.
It’s time to expand your horizons beyond curry and pad Thai.
All you need: five ingredients, a few pantry staples and 20 minutes.
Loaded with all the tasty ingredients, minus the tricky wrappers.
A restaurant-style app you can make at home.
Got 60 minutes and one pot? You can make this for dinner.
Have you met our best friend, soba noodles?
Who needs baguettes when you have sweet potato fries?
Elegant and impressive, but on the table in just a few minutes.
A few swaps (peanuts for almonds; spiralized sweet potatoes and carrots for rice noodles) make this dish healthy and satisfying.
Avocado dressing makes us actually want to gobble up a plate of salad.
Presenting the perfect snack for your next cocktail party.
Larb is basically another way to say "spicy, delicious ground chicken."
Um, can we eat this for breakfast every day?
Bring on the pineapple.
Aka how to make a non-boring Whole30 breakfast.
Our favorite new way to get a caffeine fix.
You can toss in just about any veggie you have in the fridge.
A lighter, low-carb version of that late-night takeout you’re craving.
Creamy and smooth with a hint of coconut, lime juice and lemongrass.
Undisputable fact: Tostadas make everything better.
Gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan for the win.
Psst: This one’s dairy-free.
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