5 Indian Women Food Bloggers Who Redefined Recipe Sharing

Posted: December 4, 2015

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We bring you a list of food bloggers who crossed the boundaries of cooking and defined brand new meaning to food & its diversity.

If you have ever thought that sharing food recipes online is straightforward then let me tell you the nitty-gritties involved. To be a successful food blogger these days with consistent visitors has more to do with than just sharing some food recipes. If this sounds surprising to you, then think about why a few journals are standing out, why do people go back to the same blog irrespective of whether the recipe is simple or complicated?

Well, the answer is also not an obvious one. The exact difference between generations is that the level of food presentation, ingredients, writing, photography, styling, and the technology behind this entire process etc went a long way than just mere recipe sharing. In other words, you must be passionate about cooking if you would like to start a food blog, but simultaneously you should also be ready to learn and implement the different aspects of presenting food if you want to be successful.

Here’s bringing you 5 such successful Indian women in cooking, who reevaluated the terms of food business and blogging.

Lite Bite By Sanjeeta KK

Sanjeeta has taken on many roles revolving around food from being featured in many prestigious news papers and magazines, to contributing to food articles, being part of food festivals, judging food events, having named among top 30 food bloggers of India for the year 2013 etc, to name a few. She has a long list of famous clientele in food photography & food styling and deserves a special mention for sharing a lot on healthy eating and recipes.

Follow Sanjeeta here

Archana’s Kitchen By Archana Doshi

Archana, the founder of Archana’s kitchen is known for her extensive digital content on quality vegetarian recipes, also in the form of a YouTube channel apart from her own food blog. She has formidable media presence and has appeared on national television with famous chefs. Archana has been featured as Google Entrepreneur On The Web on YouTube and her venture works closely with many top brands in recipe designing and creating food products. The blog shares the passion for food by featuring many recipes by other renowned food authors too.

Follow Archana here.

Passionate About Baking By Deeba Rajpal

Deeba is famous as The Rabid Baker, a column where she shares her recipes in a leading Indian news agency. She develops recipes for clients, reviews cookbooks and products, noted food stylist and photographer and has an exhaustive list of baking recipes on her blog. Her blog has made its place in the list of top blogs under various categories in many media publications.

Follow Deeba here.

Sin-A-Mon Tales By Monika Manchanda

Monika is an ex-IT person turned food entrepreneur who is a food writer, consultant and does home baking. Sin-A-Mon Tales by her is a food blog, and is also an enterprise which undertakes recipe designing, food writing, and culinary workshops for kids and training for individuals & cafes. Her blog has interesting write ups called ‘Menu Of The Week’ which gives the viewers an idea on which kind of food can be planned for a week. Her blog also covers stories about her travel and some restaurant reviews too!

Follow Monika here.

Indian Kitchen By Preeti Tamilarasan

Preeti is a 3 year old food blogger and her recipes are already covered by many food magazines and columns. She is interested in cooking, food photography and collecting antiques. Apart from food blogging she has her food photographs for purchase on StockFood.

Follow Preeti here

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  1. There is another food blogger that can be added in the list. Bongmom’s CookBook by Sandeepa. I have never read such jovial writing and recpies as such

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