Just like your favorite restaurant — 6 easy Thai recipes that anyone can make at home!
If you’ve been following the blog, you’ll know that we are huge fans of Thai food and my husband cooks one of his Thai-inspired recipes at least once a week.
Thai food is absolutely bursting with unique flavors and every dish seems to have it all, from sweet to spicy to sour and everything in between.
Pan-Seared Salmon w/ Thai “Secret” Sauce + 5 More Easy Thai Recipes
It can intimidating to attempt to try to recreate your favorite restaurant dishes at home, but the true beauty of Thai food is its simplicity: you CAN cook authentic Thai food in your own kitchen!
I’ve compiled our five favorite authentic Thai food recipes here, and added a NEW one: Pan-Seared Salmon with Mateo’s “secret” Thai sauce that tastes incredible on just about anything!
Who doesn’t LOVE Pad Thai? It’s probably the most well-known Thai recipe (it’s my favorite!) With this recipe, you’ll learn the shortcuts that make it do-able for a weeknight dinner!
Tom Kha Soup is another Rodriguez Family Favorite: rich coconut milk broth, chock-full of fresh herbs, with a hint of zesty lime. It’s perfect as a starter or served over rice for a satisfying meal.
I’ve always been a fan of Peanut Noodles (to be honest, I am obsessed with all noodles). They’re rich, savory, and packed with protein: a true Thai comfort food!
Forget plain old rice! Thai-style Coconut Rice takes a simple side dish to a whole new level. How can rice be fluffy and creamy at the same time? I don’t know, but somehow this recipe makes it possible (plus it’s unbelievably easy!)
I tasted Yum Woon Sen for the first time a few months ago and I was instantly hooked! This glass noodle salad is light and delicious and can be served as an appetizer or main course.
Pan-Seared Salmon with Thai “Secret” Sauce
- 1 lb Salmon cut into filets
- 1/4 cup fish sauce
- 1/4 cup soy sauce
- 1/4 cup brown sugar
- Pan-sear salmon with this foolproof method
- While salmon is cooking, combine fish sauce, soy sauce, and brown sugar in a small mixing bowl. Whisk until well combined. You can make more or less as you please: simply combine the three ingredients in equal parts.