Celebrate Thai New Year (Songkran) from 13-15 April with our mix-and-match Thai menu, with dishes for vegetarians, seafood lovers, green curry fans and even a chicken soup the kids will love. Plus three irresistible Thai desserts...
We’ve put together a mouth-watering Thai inspired menu to help you
celebrate Thai New Year. With our easy collection of recipes, this menu
is sure to cater everyone’s needs. So it’s time to get cooking.
Thai New Year (Songkran) from the 13-15th April with our mix-and-match
Thai menu, with dishes for vegetarians, seafood lovers, green curry fans
and even a chicken soup the kids will love. We’ve even got some
irresistible Thai desserts to choose from too.
From starters to
desserts, we’ve got everything sorted out for you so all you have to do
is pop to the shops to buy the ingredients.
Happy Thai New Year from the goodtoknow team!
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Quick and simple!
These prawn cakes can be whipped up in under 20 mins and are perfect for feeding a lot of hungry people in one go. Serve with dipping sauce like sweet chilli sauce.
Get the recipe: Spicy Thai prawn cakes
You can serve this without rice as a starter dish. goodtoknow user Kevin Bell says: ‘Lovely easy recipe and the first soup I’ve ever made!’
Get the recipe: Annabel Karmel’s Thai-style chicken soup
Perfect for sharing!
This creamy dip is ideal for keeping your guests busy whilst you’re cooking the main course. Pitta bread or freshly prepared veggies are perfect for dipping into this Thai-infused dip.
Get the recipe: Quick Thai green dip
Healthy and light!
Packed with fresh flavours from lime and lemongrass to coriander and chilli, this spicy beef salad is a delicious starter dish.
Get the recipe: Thai beef and chilli salad
Full of flavour!
If you love duck, you’re going to love this fancy recipe. It’s a real treat with a hint of spice thanks to the Massaman Thai curry paste. The basil and the asparagus give it a light flavour and the sprinkling of peanuts give it an added crunch.
Get the recipe: Spicy duck with basil and asparagus
This classic curry can be ready in just 30 mins combining traditional Thai flavours thanks to the Thai green curry paste, fish sauce and coconut milk. It’s a great way to use up leftover chicken or you could use other meats too like beef or even white fish.
Get the recipe: Thai green curry
It’s worth the effort to make these delicious chilli and coriander pork meatballs, coated in an equally tasty coconut and lemon Thai curry sauce.
Get the recipe: Bill Granger’s Thai pork meatballs
This is the ideal dish to serve if you’re hosting for vegetarians. It doesn’t miss out on any flavour and can be ready in no time. Soft butternut squash and Thai yellow curry paste make a delicious combo.
Get the recipe: Thai curried noodles
Woman’s Weekly recipe!
Make a batch of coconut milk batter pancakes, filled with classic Pad Thai rice noodles and prawns, peanuts, lime and coriander.
Get the recipe: Pad Thai pancakes
All you need is coconut milk, double cream, egg yolks and caster and demerara sugar to make this tasty Thai-inspired sweet treat.
Get the recipe: Coconut creme brulee
Woman’s Weekly recipe!
This exotic Thai-inspired pudding is a lot easier to make than it sounds, served in a delicious, zesty mango sauce.
Get the recipe: Coconut and cardamom semoline puds