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Coconut Peanut Butter Clusters

These Thai-style no-bakes are delicious clusters of chow mein noodles. They're on the indulgent side, but they contain peanut butter, which is a good source of protein, and cayenne pepper, which has been shown to boost metabolism.

Get the recipe: Coconut Peanut Butter Clusters

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Black Rice Pudding with Coconut and Mango

This slightly sweet rice pudding is flavored with coconut, mango, and vanilla. In addition to its visual appeal, black rice (aka forbidden rice) is richer in fiber and antioxidants than white or brown.

Get the recipe: Black Rice Pudding with Coconut and Mango

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Thai Curry Jackfruit Tacos

It might sound crazy to use fruit as a meat substitute, but jackfruit has a mild taste and the texture of pulled pork. This recipe for loaded, Thai-flavored tacos uses premade curry jackfruit (though you could season your own) as the "meat."

Get the recipe: Thai Curry Jackfruit Tacos

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Thai Basil Chicken

This dish is based on a typical Thai street food. Ground chicken is flavored with basil and a rich sauce, then served with a crispy fried egg. The recipe requires minimal prep work; it only takes 15 minutes from start to finish.

Get the recipe: Thai Basil Chicken

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