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Most people think preparing dinner is a time-consuming task.
When people are tired, they just order takeout or just eat whatever is left in the fridge then pop it in the microwave. These are not the best choices since we need nourishment after a long day at work.
Since we love Thai cuisine, we are recommending you these five recipes sure to make your weeknight dinners something to look forward to after work.
Thai cuisine is nutritious yet very tasty – anyone can taste flavors that can really wash the stress away.
These are sure to taste great and are still packed with nutrients, thus considering them healthy options for dinners. Do not worry about the ingredients because every Asian section in the supermarket has most of these available.
Without any further ado, here are some of our recommendations:
This dish incorporates the excitement and punch by red curry and tofu, as the ultimate vegetarian protein available.
This is creamy and rich both in flavor and in texture. It’s amazingly easy to prepare, quick to cook, and the best thing is: anyone can cook it in under 20 minutes! Serve it with steamed jasmine rice, which can be the perfect nightcap for the most stressful days.
Sick and tired of boring instant ramen? This one is a great alternative. Rice noodles are quite easy to cook, and you can put anything on them.
Any kind of meat can be added in this dish: be it chicken, beef, or pork. Experience the rich and bold flavors of Thai spices with this easy to prepare dish. This is very filling yet easy to prepare, so this can be easily cooked when the craving strikes for something tasty yet simple.
The dish looks complicated to create on your own, but deSIAM Tom Yam soup kits are readily available in the supermarket.
Just follow the instructions on the package, then add the meat (it can be chicken, beef, or pork), noodles, then let it all boil!
This flavorful dish is perfect on cold, winter nights.
Looking for a new way to enjoy stir fries? Try this simple Thai dish!
This is amazingly simple to cook, and it only takes 30 minutes.
Plant-based meat can be used as well.
Serve this with steamed rice and Sriracha, and it’s done.
This is a great alternative to the usual takeout.
This combines the fresh taste of prawn and the savory, sour taste of tamarind into one filling dish. Tamarind plays a significant role in most Thai dishes, with its fruity taste adding a twist to the usual meals.
It can be prepared in less than 30 minutes and is a great way to end the stressful workweek.