Our Thai recipes embrace the Thai philosophy of balance in the kitchen, creating a flavorful fusion between salty, sour, spicy, bitter, and sweet—with a smattering of heat and a bit of creamy texture, to boot. The spices that make Thai food special, are often bold and aromatic. Many of them are likely familiar to a Western palate, though they’re combined in unique ways to meet Thai tastes. Or play around with some of our Thai seasoning blends while making these recipes, for a quick and easy way to enjoy Thai flavors at home.

Thai Sweet Chili Sauce
We took some time to tinker in our kitchen with our sweet and spicy Thai Sweet Chili Seasoning, since the best way to understand how
Thai Sweet Chili Chicken Wings
Chicken wings have become a celebrated part of our culinary landscape. Created in Buffalo, NY, in 1964, chicken wings were mainly local to New York State bar menus until the mid-1980s.
Thai Green Curry Chicken with Sweet Potatoes
Take a shortcut to an unforgettable meal with our aromatic Green Thai Curry Powder, and make some Green Thai Curry Chicken with Sweet Potatoes.
Asian Chicken Lettuce Rolls
Our Asian Chicken Lettuce wraps showcase a new blend, General Tso’s Secret.
Spicy Thai Noodles
It’s funny the way that different cultures place emphasis on certain components of a meal but fundamentally, food is really just food, isn’t it?
Itim Kati - Thai Coconut Ice Cream
For all ice cream lovers alike, whether you can or cannot eat dairy, this coconut ice cream will blow your mind.
Shrimp Pad Thai
Pad Thai is quite popular in Thailand, where it is considered a street food.
Thai Basil Chicken Soup
We used our Thai Bird Chiles for this recipe. These are dried chiles, but you do not have to rehydrate them because they will rehydrate themselves as they cook in the soup. Typically, this process takes about 20 minutes or so, and this is about how long they will cook for in the soup, too. These chiles give the soup a nice heat, though it does still have some sweetness to it. This soup has all the usual expected flavors of Thai cuisine, so if you have been curious about giving it a try, this soup may be the right place for you to start!
Spicy Thai Coconut Soup
This delicious and hearty soup was inspired by the authentic Tom Kha Gai Soup or chicken coconut soup that is a staple in Thai cuisine.
Chicken Fried Rice with Lime and Makrut Lime Leaves
As with any stir-fry, preparation is important. Have all the ingredients prepared ahead of time and this dish will come together easily and be on the table in no time.
Thai Chicken Wrap
This Thai Chicken Wrap checks off a lot of boxes. It's quick and easy, healthy, and delicious.