You could do a green papaya salad with cilantro, scallions, peanuts, and citrus dressing
summer rolls/spring rolls with rice paper, bean sprouts, carrots, cilantro, etc if you wanted to go with something light,
or if you wanted something more substantial you could do deep fried tofu squares with peanut /rice wine vinegar/soy/ginger dipping sauce.
A citrus sorbet with gingery cookies would be a great dessert, too.
Also, mail me some!
For some reason hearts-of-palm salad comes to mind. If you've got a costco, that would be the best place to source the hearts of palm. A recipe like this sounds good. Not too crazy, a counterpart to the spicy and rich curry/rice combo.
A much more pedestrian idea, which might mean you could throw it together from your current cupboard/fridge stocks: I sometimes make a (totally inauthentic) fresh cucumber dish to go with curries or noodle dishes. Sometimes I make a big pile and treat it as a salad, sometimes I make a small dish and treat it as a relish.
It's not so much a recipe as a guideline:
the main ingredient: cucumber, quartered and thinly sliced or julienned
the savory: paperthin onion slivers, or chopped scallions added at the last minute
the hot: chile sauce (rooster sauce, or garlic-chile sauce, or even fresh hot peppers, thinly sliced
the sour: rice vinegar, or apple vinegar in a pinch
the sweet: a sprinkle of sugar or a drizzle of honey
the salty: soy sauce or kosher salt. For some reason, I like the uncomplicated taste of salt in this.
the crunchy: top it with chopped toasted peanuts of toasted sesame seeds
It's very simple and fresh, with a little kick of heat or a lot, depending on how much of The Hot you put in.
And it's only now occurred to me that this might be a nice treatment for mango or papaya or even a spicy apple relish. Hmmm.