Thai Cuisine

Thai food is one of the most loved cuisines out there in the world. The ingredients, flavour profiles and cooking methods are characteristic of Thai food and cuisine. The dishes are a dime a dozen, but what is interesting about Thai food is the diversity and complexity in cooking methods involved to bring out a certain flavour that is representative of that dish.

Traditionally, Thai food is cooked by a range of methods - stewing, grilling and baking. Over time, Thai cuisine has evolved to include stir-frying and deep-frying - an influence brought about by Chinese migrants into Southeast Asia. Dutch, French and Japanese cuisine influences have also changed the way that Thai food looks like today.

Easy Thai Food Recipes

Spicy stir-fries, creamy curries, clear sour soups and salty grilled dishes - Thai food never disappoints. The flavour profile commonly found in Thai food recipes combine spicy, salty, sour and sweet notes beautifully, bringing their classic dishes onto the international food scene.

You will find that lemongrass, fish sauce (a replacement for salt), ‘galangal’ (a type of ginger but with a totally different flavour profile) and coconut milk are common ingredients that make the backbone of some of the best Thai recipes.

The Asian Food Network has some of the best Thai recipes for all your favourite and classic Thai foods and drinks, from ‘Chicken and Eggplant Green Curry’ to the popular ‘Thai Iced Tea’. New to cooking? Fret not, our Thai recipes are guided from start to end with photos and a video to help you through the process.

If you are travelling to Thailand, you have to immerse yourself in the wide range and diversity of local flavors. Use our guides to help you find some of the best Thai food in restaurants and street stalls. Krabi, Chiang Mai and Bangkok all feature different and exotic flavors - make sure you try these amazing Thai dishes:

  1. Thai Sense: Chiang Mai
  2. Thai Sense: Phuket and Phang Nga

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Thai Sense: Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai is the largest city in Northern Thailand, full of misty mountains boasting a rich heritage and an even richer culinary scene, there’s no doubt it’s one of the popular destinations in Thailand.

Thai Sense: Phuket/Phang Nga

New to Phang Nga, Phuket? With the Michelin Guide Bib Gourmand, we bring you around town to experience the best sights and flavours Phang Nga has to offer.

Late Night Guide: Thailand


Late Night Guide: Phuket

The Pearl of the Andaman Sea, there's always something new to see, some place new to eat and some where new to go in Phuket.

Late Night Guide: Krabi, Thailand

Seafood, seafood, and seafood. Krabi is THE place you want to be to for the best seafood around. Also for the food-filled markets.

Top Thai Recipes For Everyday Meals


Thai Pandan Chicken

Infused with the sweetness and fragrance of pandan leaves, the Thai Pandan Chicken is a great appetizer or finger food for your party (or a quiet night in). All you need to get in business is some pandan leaves, chicken pieces and a variety of ingredients that can be found in any grocery store! To save some time, marinate the chicken the night before and pop it in the fridge.

Sweet & Spicy Thai Mango Salad (Som Tum Mamuang)

A quick and easy salad also known as Som Tum Mamuang, this has just the right balance of sweet and spicy

Chicken and Eggplant Green Curry

A glorious green bowl of sweet and spice, the Chicken and Eggplant Green Curry is guaranteed to satiate your palette. The key to making this dish sing lies in the paste –a blended joy of Southeast Asian herbs and spices mixed with some lime juice –and the soft coconut milk that helps to relieve some of the spice in the curry. Stew it gently with chicken, eggplants and green beans and serve hot with steamed rice.

Rejoice, You Can Make Authentic Thai Milk Tea at Home!

Creamy and sweet with a tinge of bitterness and spice, the Thai Iced Tea is a delicious and refreshing drink that is popular in its motherland (Thailand) and neighbouring countries in Southeast Asia. Its interesting flavor is created from steeping a variety of spices that one wouldn’t normally put in tea –star anise, cardamom, clove and cinnamon stick. P.S. Don’t worry if you do not have all the spices, it will still turn out quite delicious!

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