With endless food bloggers these days, it might get a little overwhelming to choose the right source of information. Well, leave the sorting out to us. We’ve curated 15 such food bloggers across India some of whom have shifted careers for the love of food. Some are daytime hustlers and part-time explorers, while some have their own little food community going on. Whatever their forte is, one thing that’s common is their love for food! Let’s explore all such explorers and foodies across India who are making their mark, and rising up by the day!
List of Top Food Bloggers in India
Eatopian Chronicles by Swati Sucharita
Swati Shifted careers from being a print media professional for close to three decades. She now runs a content consultancy firm and is a full time blogger. Her blog Eatopian Chronicles is all about cuisines and chefs. Known for her in-depth knowledge of the cultural diversity of different Indian cuisines, Swati’s blog is one you can definitely take inspiration from.
Archana’s Kitchen by Archana Doshi
An entrepreneur for the last nine-and-a-half years, Archana is a software engineer turned food blogger. She started her blog as a food discovery site with an aim to provide DIY solutions for everyday cooking problems. The channel which goes by the name Archana’s kitchen. It houses videos which portray her innovative cooking ideas such as special diet recipes, lunch box ideas for kids, dinner table ideas etc. If you are someone who wants home cooking ideas or are looking towards starting a healthy diet, Archana’s kitchen is what you should be following.
Belly over Mind by Ankiet Gulabani
What started as a recipe website to inspire people to cook at home, is now a respite for so many young Indians who move cities every year for work. Belly over Mind is full of approachable recipes. Recipes that can be easily created using locally available ingredients. If you love cooking home-food, or are someone who’s just starting out, Ankiet ‘Belly over mind’ is what you should be following.
Chowder Singh by Mohit Balachandran
Mohit Balachandran is a fun loving guy who has a simple life funda – “Drink juice, play carom and life’s sorted”. He started blogging in 2011 and loves unravelling the hidden street food gems of India. He wholeheartedly believes that even if someone took a lifetime, it’d still not be enough to explore the food diversity in India.
Edible Garden by Nags
One of the most creative food blogs you’d come across, one that features everything from classic recipes, to delicious quick-bites you crave with your evening tea. Cookingandme by Nags aka Nagalakshmi is a blog well-articulated with different category of region-based recipes. If you are someone who stays away from home, Edible garden will give you several favourable comfort food recipes. https://www.cookingandme.com/
Sharmis Passions by Sharmilee
If you are someone who warms up to South Indian food, look no further. Sharmispassions is for those passionate about learning new recipes. Step-by-step pictures and simple to understand and replicate recipes have our heart at Sharmis Passions. Do check her website out! https://www.sharmispassions.com/
Divine Taste by Anushruthi
If you love eating out at fancy restaurants, or are fond of exotic food, Divinetaste lets you “feed your body, mind & soul”. This recipe blog lets you indulge in exotic food guilt-free. With an array of pure vegetarian saatvik food recipes (food devoid of meat, fish, eggs, garlic, onions & wine). A must check out for sure! https://www.divinetaste.com/
Padhu’s Kitchen by Padhu Sankar
A food blog that re-iterates the fact that cooking is much more than just putting together four different ingredients. For non-vegetarians, this is a great food blog. There’s something good for all kinds of food lovers. www.padhuskitchen.com has mouth-watering pure vegetarian, eggless recipes as well.
Quick Indian Cooking by Mallika Basu
Her love for food shines through in the pictures she puts for various dishes. With a great mix of National and international cuisines, Mallika Basu’s www.mallikabasu.com is an artsy combination of mouth-watering food pictures and finger licking food. http://www.mallikabasu.com/
Passionate About Baking by Deeba Rajpal
If desserts are your thing, Passionateaboutbaking is what you should be looking at! From recipes of delicious desserts, Deeba Rajpal’s website is all about those who have a sweet tooth and love to experiment. You are looking to try your hands on baking some good desserts this Summer, don’t miss out on Deeba Rajpal’s page. https://www.passionateaboutbaking.com/
Veg Recipes Of India by Dassana
www.vegrecipesofindia is a simple, fuss-free, step-by-step blog that lets you cook along. Run by Dassana, who became a full-time professional blogger in a bid to follow her passion, is a beautiful mix of structure and epic food dishes. From something as simple as ‘How to make aloo ka paratha’ to anything else that requires more skill, vegrecipes has you covered.
Sailus Food by Sailaja
www.sailusfood.com is a great platform for those who are looking for some inspiration to cook or learn simple recipes, cooking techniques, a detailed understanding of Indian spices, and even substitutes to hard-to-find cooking ingredients. From restaurant style dishes like paneer masala, paneer tikka, dal makhani, samosa, and south Indian delicacies, Sailu’s food is easy to understand the approach adopted by the owner Sailaja. Above all she loves to share her love for food with fellow netizens.
Aayi’s Recipes by Shilpa
This blog is all about Konkani recipes and has been showcasing food for over a decade. Goes by the names www.aayisrecipes.com, the blog gives you a peek into authentic Konkani dishes, inspired by Shilpa’s mother who she fondly calls “Aayi.” Everything from desserts to festive recipes can be found on the blog. With an intensive experience of Indian cuisines, Shilpa’s blog is a revival of age-old tradition and a mindful hand-down to the coming generation.
Foodomania by Kavitha Ramaswamy
If you are a vegan or an aspiring one, www.foodomania.com is what you’ve been looking for. The upcoming blogger, Kavitha is a hit on social media! And when it comes to her passion, be prepared to see all kinds of cuisines from Mexican, Moroccan, French, Chinese, Italian and several others. Her motto is “Simply Indulge” and she’d make you feel this way with her documentation of food recipes done up with so much love.
Saffron Trail by Nandita Iyer
Saffron Trail is a blog started by a medical professional, who specializes in nutrition. Saffrontrail is an excellent go-to for health freaks. Nandita Iyer, who started her journey as a blogger in 2006, shares a combination of healthy and tasty vegetarian dishes which are super easy to learn and replicate. You are going to find tummy filling healthy breakfast options like Oats Dhokla and Roasted Figs, Chickpea and Rocket salad, and so many creative healthy recipes on Saffron Trail. https://www.saffrontrail.com/
Gift from the Food Bloggers
We hope your weekend plans are now sorted when it comes to food at least? Whether you choose to Netflix & Chill this Friday or want to dine out with that special someone, these food bloggers will give you ample options, for any kind of food lover you are!
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