10 Indian Based Food Bloggers to Follow4 min read
We have some Indian food bloggers that earned their fame by blogging with their food love. We Indians are known for our passion for food. Our taste in food is plainly profound and with a glitch to experiment with everything. We are known to incorporate many cultures add our own essence to a cuisine.
Food and food blogging is very much the current trend. But how do we differentiate the hollow ones from the good ones, the ones worth following! Don’t worry I have composed a list of some good food bloggers that will definitely not disappoint you.
Here is a list of some good bloggers
The Tiny Taster
The blogger, Roxanne, may have a short stature, her appetite for food, travel, and life is huge. Winner of the 2014 IFBA Best Food Blogger Award, this blog is nothing but small in the blogger’s world. The recipes are different but the blogger makes them sound so easy. Rich, detailed writing that makes you feel like you’re actually living it. This blog is definitely a must follow.
Deepa, a German language translator shares her experiments with food such as Chikoo ice cream and soya chunk biryani with the world. Deepa Godbole writes about her passion for food in Food Lyrics. Her recipes may sound intimidating but are super easy to make and detailed to help you in each step of your cooking process.
Quick Indian Cooking
Quick Indian cooking chronicles are struggles and experiments at creating healthy yet tasty Indian food in your kitchen. Malika Basu, the founder of the blog, is a London based writer. She has also authored the cookbook Miss Masala: Real Cooking for Busy Living. She creates delicious recipes that have been simplifying beyond recognition.
The Bong Mom’s Cookbook
Sandeepa Mukherjee Dutta is an engineer by education. But her passion for food that’s apparent in her popular blog- The Bong Moms Cook Book. She writes about different Bengali cuisine and dishes and authentic recipes that she collected from her mother, grandmother, and aunts. It is something she developed from growing up in a Bengali household that took her food seriously.
Archana’s kitchen publishes high-quality recipes and video, with menu plans, lunch box idea, dinner ideas and more. Archana Doshi is the founder of Archana’s Kitchen, which is India’s leading recipe and food discovery website that gives confident ‘DIY’ solutions for everyday cooking. The recipes inspire millions of people from around the world to start cooking, eating healthy and lead a healthy lifestyle.
Saffrontrail is Nandita Iyer’s blog. She has been blogging since 2006 and recently she as launched her YouTube channel in 2014. If you are looking for an authentic tambrahm recipe then you should visit saffrontrail. She also conducts culinary workshops for individuals and corporates with nutrition and healthy cooking as the prime focus.
The blog focuses on simple easy to cook Indian veg recipes. This blog is of Padhu Sankar who loves cooking, gardening and travelling. Padhu’s blog on cooking basics is a boon for all cooking beginners. Her lifestyle has encouraged her to write blogs on health & beauty tips as well. Her step by step photo tutorials for the recipes makes cooking look very simple and inspires anybody to try their hands on cooking.
Manjula’s Kitchen has a wide range of vegan recipes listed on her blogs. Manjula Jain writes on simple and practical recipes that reiterate the authenticity of Indian vegetarians cooking. She is also an active food blogger and has uploaded more than 350 video tutorials on YouTube in past 8 years. The website allows guest blogging and has an active forum which encourages a lot of food blogging community traffic to the website.
A chartered accountant based in Mumbai stared Foodmania in the fall of 2012 to share her culinary experiments. Kavitha Ramaswamy is the author of Foodomania. Her cuisine wise menu is quite an added attraction to her blogs. A very simple and to the point recipe descriptions will want you to look out for more recipes from her.
Chitra’s Food Blog
Having born in south India, her blog features recipe posts on daily recipes cooked in different styles of south Indian cooking. Chitra started her food blogging journey in 2009 in the name of ‘Ratatouille-Anyone can cook’ later on moved to a website chitrasfoodbook.com in 2013. Her blogs demonstrate cooking step by step photo tutorials and how to video tutorials is where cracks the cooking code.
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