India is famous for its variety of food and every region has got its own speciality. Using different combinations of spices, we can create innumerable dishes. As people of India are ‘FOODY’ by nature, they keep on experimenting with their food. To help you in experimenting with different ingredients, here is the list of 12 best cooking blogs which can be consulted for preparing healthier and/or tastier food. So just read on to treat your taste buds and enjoy cooking:
1. Vegan Richa
This blog is run by Ms. Richa Hingle who is a specialist of vegetarian tea time snacks . She likes to bake and use gluten free alternatives. She has tried her hands tastefully on good number of yeast breads, veganised Indian and fusion food, cookies, cakes, breakfast bakes and more. To make vegetarian mouth watering dishes, you must visit Vegan Richa as it is a vegetarians’ paradise.
This blog belongs to Ms. Sharmilee Jayaprakash who loves to experiment with south Indian dishes. She is a specialist in kids breakfast and lunch box series. If you want to cook healthy south Indian food, then this is the right place for you.
It is owned by Ms. Aparna. The name “My Diverse Kitchen” reflects the variety of recipes and food related posts. Her style of cooking uses extensive vegetable, lentil and a lot of coconut. So for the love of vegetables and coconut, please refer to this blog.
This blog is maintained by Ms .Kavitha Ramaswamy. She regularly posts authentic vegetarian and vegan recipes, eggless baked dishes and wonderful low fat lunch and dinner meals in this blog. If you want to give your daily platter a difference, you must see this.
It belongs to Tanvi. She loves traditional Indian food, spices, fruit extracts, edible oils and anything and everything which infuses aroma into food. Home style vegetarian, non-vegetarian, sea food, healthy wholesome but essentially spicy food is her speciality. She has enriched our daily meals with different healthy but spicy dishes at our dining table. If you love spicy food, then this is the perfect blog for you.
6. Indian Khana
This blog is run by Priti. She generally cooks daily staple of Indian food with other cuisines thrown in once in a while. She generally cooks vegetarian food but now has started non vegetarian recipes also. If you want vegetarian food with a different style and taste, please refer to this blog.
This blog belongs to Chitra sendhil @ Chitra Ganapathy. She is a specialist of south Indian recipes but provides recipes from other states and countries as well. If you like south Indian food with interstate and intercontinental taste, please try this blog.
This belongs to Purabi. Most of her recipes are metamorphosis of old cook books and endangered Indian dishes. She has experimented with Chinese, Korean, Thai, Vietnamese ingredients and has pinned fusion food too. For a refreshing taste of your favourite international ingredients in Indian food, please visit this blog.
This blog belongs to Swasthi who regularly shares her healthy cooking experiences, dealing with fussy kids and replicating restaurants style without the use of unhealthy ingredients. She loves traditional food of Andhra, Karnataka and north Indian cuisine; she bakes high calorie desserts and traditional Indian sweets too. If you want some knowledge on how to cook and bake healthy, you can have a look at this blog.
10. My Inner Shakti
This belongs to Parita. My inner shakti is about loving yourself, not worrying for not being perfect. As per Parita, Life has its own way to eliminate negative self-talks so take care of yourself and laugh until your stomach hurts. If you are feeling low, and are not able to face the challenges of life then please refresh yourself by coming to inner shakti.
11. Crave Cook Click
This blog is maintained by Anita who is based out of California. She is a late entrant into cooking but has picked up fast. She focuses on Food History, Food Photography as well as Food nutrition facts in the blog posts. She travels a lot and capture/document food from various countries. Head to this blog in case you are in early stages of your cooking learning because Anita knows how to help you.
Ms. Sireesha Puppala runs this blog; she is a full time software professional and lives in London. She shares daily Indian dishes on the blog and the speciality of this blog is that she shares step by step pictures of the recipes so that the reader can know midway whether the process is turning out fine. Head to this blog if you are interested in step by step tutorial on Indian dishes.
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