Thai cuisine is actually very accessible to make with ingredients you may already have! From rich, silky curries infused with coconut and spices to tender, juicy satays with peanut dipping sauce, these varied dishes are a great sample of authentic Thai food. Forget scrolling through Yelp for a decent take out place and turn your own kitchen into a 5-star source for great food!

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Thai Grilled Pork (Moo Yang) from Leite's CulinariaThai Grilled Pork (Moo Yang) from Leite's Culinaria Photo by Luk Thys

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Thai Green Curry from AllRecipesThai Green Curry from AllRecipes Photo by Naughty Cal

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Classic Pad Thai from Leite's CulinariaClassic Pad Thai from Leite's Culinaria Photo by Richard Jung

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Thai Chicken-Coconut Soup from EpicuriousThai Chicken-Coconut Soup from Epicurious Photo by Ann Stratton

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Pineapple Chicken Satay from My RecipesPineapple Chicken Satay from My Recipes Photo by John Autry

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Thai Golden Bags with Ground Pork and Mushrooms from Food.comGolden Bags from Foodcom Photo by Erawan Thai Cuisine

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Jungle Curry with Pork and Thai Eggplant from EpicuriousJungle Curry with Pork and Thai Eggplant from Epicurious Photo by George Whiteside

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Pork Larb (Thai Salad with Pork, Herbs, Chili, and Toasted Rice Powder) from Serious EatsPork Larb (Thai Salad with Pork, Herbs, Chili, and Toasted Rice Powder) from Serious Eats Photo by Robyn Lee

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Green Papaya Salad from The KitchnGreen Papaya Salad from The Kitchn Photo by Sara Kate Gillingham-Ryan

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