Vegan Thai recipes are so fun to make and so delicious to eat. A lot of Thai restaurants can make things vegan, but there are some dishes that are hard for them to do that with. That’s when it’s best to make Thai food at home.
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Vegan Thai Recipe #1 – Drunken Noodles
Drunken noodles are another Thai noodle stir fry dish. They have thicker noodles, veggies, and a sauce. Contentedness Cooking uses mushrooms, carrots, broccolini, scallions, and bell peppers in his.
2. Green Curry
This Thai green curry recipe from Cook With Manali is loaded with veggies. Green curry is usually about a medium spice level.
3. Pad See Ew
This Pad See Ew recipe has become a staple in our house. It’s quick, easy, and doesn’t use a lot of dishes and doesn’t take a lot of time. We love the wide rice noodles that are used in it.
4. Massaman Curry
Massaman curry is another kind of Thai curry. Connoisseurus Veg adds tofu and sweet potatoes to her recipe. Massaman curry is loaded with spices, but is usually not very spicy and has a mild flavor.
5. Pad Thai
Pad Thai is a very popular Thai stir fry dish. This vegan pad Thai recipe has rice noodles, veggies, and a sauce. The pad Thai sauce is a spicy peanut butter soy sauce. We make this recipe a lot too. It’s gluten free.
6. Spring Rolls With Peanut Sauce
I love to eat fresh spring rolls as an appetizer. I really like the rice paper on the outside and I can’t get enough of peanut sauce. Sina from Vegan Heaven makes hers with lots of veggies plus mango.
7. Yellow Curry
Yellow curry is my favorite Thai curry. It’s less spicy than most curries. The base is coconut milk. The Spruce Eats has a recipe with fresh veggies and lots of seasonings.
8. Tom Yum Soup
Alison from Loving It Vegan has a dairy free Tom Yum soup recipe. It has lots of flavorful ingredients in it.
9. Red Curry
Red curry is usually a little more on the spicy side. From A Chef’s Kitchen puts potatoes and cauliflower in her Thai red curry recipe. Two of my favorite veggies! Red curry paste has chilies in it.
10. Fried Spring Rolls
Fried spring rolls have to be my favorite Thai appetizer. I love how flaky they are and they always have an awesome sauce to go with them. Eating Vegan With Me has a recipe that is great if you are a vegan or vegetarian.
11. Green Papaya Salad
Healthy Nibbles and Bits green papaya salad has green papaya and veggies for the salad, plus some seeds and a tangy dressing. It’s nice how it doesn’t call for a ton of ingredients.
12. Panang Curry
Panang curry is a type of red curry. It has a peanut flavor and chilies. Deryn from Running on Real Food makes hers with tofu to keep it vegan.
13. Fried Rice
This Thai basil fried rice recipe from Vege Cravings is packed with different veggies. It also has vegan oyster sauce, which is a good substitute for fish sauce.
14. Mango Sticky Rice
This is such a delicious dessert. It has sticky rice mixed with coconut milk and mango chunks on top. The Saucy Fig has an easy recipe you can use to make it yourself.
15. Khao Soi Soup
This Khao Soi soup from Lazy Cat Kitchen has rice noodles, tofu, and a bunch of vegetables in it. I love how it has butternut squash!
16. Pad Krapow
Pad Krapow is a Thai stir fry dish. The Woks of Life has a quick recipe that only takes 10 minutes to make.