A delicious meal can dramatically improve your mood and make your day. The inspiration behind your mom’s kitchen experiments or thought behind those mouth-watering dessert videos, some of these top Indian food bloggers in India help us ace our time in the kitchen time and again.
Interestingly, many Indian food bloggers began as home chefs. They started out by sharing their delights on YouTube to utilize their free time. Over the years, some of them have gained immense popularity and have earned millions by turning their passion into profession. From bringing easy to follow one pot one shot techniques to long lost heritage cuisines, each one has something unique to offer. Just as much as we differ in picking our favourite food we also vary in terms of our favourite food blogs. Here’s our pick.
When we decided to create a list of the top Indian bloggers who talk about food, it became tough to pick and choose. So we shortlisted them based on their following. Some really interesting names surfaceed in the list of top Indian food bloggers 2020.
Top Food Bloggers in India 2020
Nisha Madhulika is a popular food blogger for vegetarian Indian cuisine ever since she posted her first ‘Gulabjal’ video on YouTube back in 2011. Madhulika is popular among food-lovers for her easy-to-make and purely vegetarian mouth-watering dishes.
She has used technology to promote her delicious recipes and has reached over 7.5 million subscribers on her official YouTube channel. Being an Indian food blogger was no piece of cake for her. However, she has paved her way with her firm resolve. Certainly makes the list of top Indian food bloggers 2020.
Pooja is a young food enthusiast who likes to experiment with different foods in her kitchen. With a passion for food, she is also a recipe creator, food stylist, and food photographer.
Her blog Pooja’s Cookery has something to offer to every food lover irrespective of personal taste. Pooja’s blog features recipes for a wide array of vegetarian and non-vegetarian cuisines besides appetisers and desserts. Among her many mouth-watering dishes, Rawa mango cake and exotic curries are our recent favourites on her list.
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Kabita Singh gave up on her career in banking to find more time for her son and later decided to follow her passion for cooking. Despite a huge following of over 5.4 million YouTube subscribers, she has stuck to her philosophy of simple recipes.
A proud food blogger behind Kabita’s Kitchen, she has always emphasised on creating recipes that are simple, easy and authentic. Notably, the kids’ meal section features some of the yummiest and most healthy food dishes on her blog.
Richa Hingle is an award-winning recipe developer and blogger behind VeganRicha. Her blog posts and videos can be your perfect guide to go vegan without compromising on the taste. She is also the author of two popular cookbooks, Vegan Richa’s Indian Kitchen and Vegan Richa’s Everyday Kitchen.
If you like to try food from different states and cultures, her blog is a must-follow in 2020. You can find easy recipes for exotic delicacies from around the world including Mediterranean, Italian, Mexican, and Korean besides Vegan Indian cuisine.
The celebrated food blogger behind Saffron Trail initially began her career as a doctor with a specialization in nutrition. Nandita Iyer went on to get into advertising and later into freelance writing.
What began as a tool to keep a log of her kitchen adventures made her realize her passion for cooking. She eventually began to realize the potential of blogging platforms and has continued to evolve ever since. Saffron Trail is a perfect place for people who like to enjoy good food without compromising on their health.
Those who love food but dread kitchen disasters are big fans of these YouTube bloggers. Follow these five food blogs to get some daily dose of inspiration and finally try your hand at cooking.
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Is there a food blogger you love that we have missed in the list? Share your favorite Indian food bloggers and cuisines in the comments below.