Browse through some of the best Thai vegan recipes online!
This oil and nut/seed free dressing is so delicious and versatile you can put it to pretty much anything and use it for so many things! You'll only need a few ingredients for a colorful and super tasty dressing that can be also served as a dipping sauce for snacks or to have whenever you have guests! Just serve it with your favorite veggies or crackers! Thanks to Priscilla Soler of Gastrawnomica for this great dressing!
Chef Amy Lyons describes her recipe as "sweet and spicy, yet savory, with a kick!" This is an easy entree to whip up for lunch or dinner, and would make a great dish to bring to a raw potluck as well. You can choose to either julienne your zucchini or spiralize with a spirooli. This recipe is light, yet totally satisfying at the same time, and possesses those wonderful traditional Thai flavors of chili, ginger, garlic and coconut.
Kelp noodle pad thai with a fresh almond and coconut butter sauce, seasoned lightly with coriander, jalapeno, nama shoyu and lemon. Delicately marinated and dehydrated baby bok choy and white crab mushrooms join the ensemble for a complete meal full of delicious flavor!
Asian inspired, this recipe is a scrumptious raw vegan take on traditional pad thai with loads of fresh veggies, softened kelp noodles and a crazy delicious spicy-sweet almond sauce. Top with wild jungle peanuts!
Whose craving something deliciously savory, spicy, filling and richly flavorful tonight for dinner? Love your thyroid with some naturally iodine-rich kelp noodles while the spicy almond miso sauce warms your insides.
A recipe open for adaptation! Choose a base of veggies to mix with your kelp noodles, and top with a generous amount of Laura Dawn's saucy Thai coconut sauce spiced with lemongrass, chili, coriander and ginger. Let the sauce marinate with your base ingredients for at least 15-20 minutes for the best results!
The best raw food recipes are often the easiest to make! This is a staple recipe because it is SO healthy, involves lots of greens and veggies, and comes together in mere moments. The marinade is a classic blend of ginger, sesame, tamari and lemon juice. It is used to both marinate the mushrooms and also as a dipping sauce for your wraps. You can add in tahini or almond butter to the sauce if you would like a thicker, creamier consistency. 1 large collard leaf will usually yield enough for two smaller wraps once de-stemmed. Create as many wraps as you feel called to make!
This recipe makes the ultimate quick on the fly raw meal. Throw a fresh green salad onto your plate to accompany this noodle dish and you will be very happy and satisfied! Kelp noodles have a texture that can be a bit odd if you don't prepare them properly. If your kelp noodles are crunchy this is a good indication that they haven't soaked long enough in your sauce. You can also speed up the process a bit by pre-soaking them in an acid like lemon juice or vinegar, which will soften them right now! This recipe really has that spicy Thai flavor and the kelp noodles are the perfect raw substitute for white rice noodles.
Daikon, arugula, basil, carrots, cucumber, yellow squash, red bell pepper, green onion and zucchini oh my! This dish by Lisa Pitman of Vegan Culinary Crusade is definitely not short on the veggies. The carefully julienned and spiralized vegetables add a light, crunchy, and oh so fresh flavor. Combined with the chewy delicacy of the rice paper and rich creaminess of the cashew cheeze, this recipe really will make your taste buds feel like they're in paradise. Once you're done prepping your beautiful veggies, all that's left to do is roll them up inside rice paper, dip generously in your delicious raw tomato sauce and take a bite and enjoy!
This is a rawsome recipe from Elenor Earthsprout for a cleansing and nourishing Pad Thai that is light enough to be eaten all summer long even when the hot weather hits. This recipe uses fresh spiralized daikon radish combined with packaged kelp noodles for variation of texture. Daikon is used extensively in Asian cuisine but often gets overlooked in the West. It is juicier and milder in flavor to its red radish counterpart yet still contains valuable nutrients such as the mineral sulphur. The noodles are covered in a light sauce that combines the traditional Thai flavors of coconut, cilantro, spring onion, garlic and lime. Delish any day of the week!
Fresh vibrant vegetables and zucchini noodles bath in a rich creamy sauce complete with Thai basil, lime leaf, a kick of cayenne and a hint of sweet from coconut nectar. This pad Thai recipe is special because while it may look super impressive it really only takes about 30 minutes to whip together. The sauce utilizes fresh almond butter and coconut meat for that creamy richness without relying on oil. This recipe will make those taste buds sing AND leave you feeling light and energized!
This recipe offers another great way to enjoy greens, especially if you're a chocolate lover.These chocolate coated collard leaves have an interesting texture with a smooth coated delicious drizzle.
This is a creamy soup that's bursting with the flavors of fresh and mostly organic produce. Fennel seeds shine on their own, but highlight the sweetness of the mango incredibly well.
This is the PERFECT combination of sweet and spicy. Fabulous addition to spring rolls or cabbage wraps. Just dip and enjoy!
Tasty raw Thai lettuce wraps with a walnut veggie filling, topped with bean sprouts and a yummy sesame ginger dipping sauce.
This salad is filled with succulent components such as avocado, red bell pepper and cucumber, and finished with a tangy lime dressing. It’s easier than pie to prepare and doesn’t require any advanced prep time – Heck yes, I’ll drink eat to that.
Light, fresh, and nut-free. Sesame oil, ginger, chili, shoyu, and a dash of honey to sweeten combine to give these lettuce wraps a delightful Asian flare.
A flavorful, semi-spicy Thai inspired dish. You wouldn't believe its raw, like most of Sarma's recipes.