Check out 16 Return-To-Work Programs In India For Ambitious Women Like You!
These top Indian Food Vloggers are sharing regional dishes, allowing people to explore and recreate authentic cuisine at home!
[ In this article, I will share a list of the top ten best Indian food vloggers on YouTube. They have millions of subscribers and entice their audience with food reviews and recipes of dishes with a personal twist.]
Indian cuisine offers the most delicious, diverse and wide range of recipes and dishes. As a South Indian, I have always loved chaats and paani puri and have often wished to master the art of making them. Thankfully, with the help of a few YouTube channels run by some exceptionally talented women, I can proudly declare that now I can even make lip-smacking aloo tikki chaat.
A food vlogger takes their cooking videos, edits them, and then uploads them to social media sites like YouTube, Instagram, Facebook, etc. Food vlogging also involves restaurant reviews or even reviewing a food-related product or service.
To start a food vlog, one does not have to be a gourmet chef, but just has to be passionate about cooking and developing new recipes.
In India, the top Indian food vloggers are doing a tremendous job of sharing authentic dishes from cuisines exclusive to their region. The result of this is that people can now not only learn about other cuisines, but also make them at their home.
In fact, one of my friends who hail from Dehradun makes even better idlis than me, thanks to the YouTuber she religiously follows. Such is the magic of food vlogging.
Priyanka Tiwari is a popular face in the vlogging world and is known for her travel and food vlogs.
Born and brought up in Jaipur, she began her vlogging journey by posting videos of traditional Rajasthani dishes. Her love for food made her travel to different cities to try the appetizing delicacies they offer.
She shares her shopping and travelling experiences on an alternate YouTube channel called Priyanka Tiwari Vlogs. This food vlogger offers everything from mouth-watering street food to sumptuous thalis.
Kanak Khathuria is one of the best Indian food vloggers on YouTube. She experiments with traditional recipes passed on from her mother and grandmother.
Her forte is combining these flavours and recipes with contemporary cooking styles to create a masterpiece of her own.
Kanak has in-depth knowledge of Ayurveda, which she uses effectively in her cooking. She uses fruits, herbs, vegetables, and spices according to their health benefits and creates wholesome, nutritious dishes.
Her YouTube channel Kanak’s Kitchen offers not only Indian recipes but also recipes from Continental, Mexican, American & Italian cuisines.
Nisha Madhulika is a renowned Indian food tuber, a vegetarian restaurant consultant and a food blogger. She is one of India’s most subscribed female food vloggers on YouTube.
Nisha started cooking at an early age. However, it was only after her children grew up and left home that she started a blog.
In 2011, she launched her YouTube channel, where she simplifies the recipes that allow even new learners to cook dishes easily. She specializes in Indian vegetarian recipes and features as one of the of top ten YouTube stars listed by the Economic Times
Uma Raghuraman is a passionate chef and doting mom who shares simple and easy-to-make recipes that are nutritious and tasty.
Originally from Chennai but currently based in Delhi, she shares traditional authentic South Indian recipes and recipes from other regions.
Her culinary journey began nearly two decades ago, and she is now an established chef, food expert, blogger and author. Her protein dosa recipe is one of her most popular and loved recipes.
From detox rasam to yummy pasta, this channel has it all covered.
Deeba Rajpal is a passionate baker armed with exceptional food styling and photography skills. She finds baking therapeutic and feels food, along with being delicious, needs to be visually appealing as well.
Her YouTube channel, passionate about baking, consists of an impressive range of decadent and beautiful-looking desserts. Travelling and recipe development are some of her other interests.
Sharmi’s passions is a food channel started by Sharmilee Jayprakash, based in Coimbatore. She started vlogging to get some respite from her hectic IT job. As she is a south Indian, most of her recipes are of south Indian cuisine.
She sees her mother as her biggest inspiration when it comes to cooking. Her recipes are simple to follow and include both veg and non-veg dishes. So, if you crave some chicken 65 or fluffy idlis, her channel is your best bet.
Neha Mathur, born to parents from the small town of Banda in UP, is settled in Pune with her husband and two sons. She picked up the nuances of cooking from her mom and dad during her growing years.
Her tiffin in school was often the most sought after; her love for food made her give up her profession as a dentist and follow her passion for cooking.
A food enthusiast, Neha shares her experiments and innovations with dishes on her YouTube Channel- Kuch Khatta Kuch Meetha and blog.
For all those Bengali food lovers, this channel and blog run by Debjani Ranaaghar are a must-visit. Food has always been her passion; she enjoys cooking and experimenting with food.
Debjani Rannaghar’s YouTube channel is an extension of her blog, her channel showcases authentic Bengali cuisine recipes, including dishes like Calcutta’s famous mutton biryani to Aloo posto.
Shameera PR from Kerala is the woman who started the channel Shamees Kitchen. With over 3.15 million followers, she has created a name for herself as a food vlogger. She posts simple, authentic recipes on a daily basis.
Her channel consists of a rich repertoire of Kerala cuisine recipes. You can get recipes like Kerala style chicken curry, banana fritters, black gram curry and more
Shravani’s channel shares recipes from Telangana, Rayalaseema, Andhra, Maharashtra, and north and south Indian dishes. The recipes are easy and delicious and are predominantly Telugu videos with English subtitles.
The videos include tips, and detailed instructions, making them ideal for beginners.
She is undoubtedly one of the best Indian food vloggers on YouTube. Most recipes can easily be made with ingredients readily available at home and are a mix of veg and non-veg dishes.
Shravani is settled in Hyderabad after marriage and wants to share her passion for cooking through this channel.
These are some of the channels I follow regularly, and they have played a significant role in improving my culinary skills. Whether it’s the medu vada recipe by Uma Raghuraman or Shravani Kitchen’s Nellore fish curry, their step-by-step instructions have helped me replicate these delectable dishes in my very own kitchen.
Food vlogging has taken the internet by storm. These food vloggers help introduce various dishes that are part of Indian and international cuisines.
You can follow the channels mentioned above of some of the best Indian food vloggers on YouTube and continue getting unique and delicious recipes of your choice. All you have to do is click on their social media handles and start following them.
Image source: olenayeromenphotos, and szefei, natasha vdovkina via getty images, free on CanvaPro
I am a mom who works from home and dabbles with writing when time permits.An avid reader since childhood, blogging and writing helps me de-stress.My five year old keeps me on my read more...
Women's Web is an open platform that publishes a diversity of views, individual posts do not necessarily represent the platform's views and opinions at all times.
Stay updated with our Weekly Newsletter or Daily Summary - or both!
A feminist man sometimes seems like an oxymoron, but maybe there are some out there. How is it to be married to a feminist man?
How is it to be married to a feminist man?
This is a working list. Will keep adding to it.
Do you also have a feminist man at home? And if yes, what is it to be married to him? Do share.
"There is a story and a vision which makes us gravitate towards cinema. Even as we worked as assistants on ads, we realised that cinema was our true calling," say Gunpreet Kaur Mann and Deepali Singh Raseen.
The Railway Men. Mili. Cuttputli. The Diplomat. Bade Miyan Chote Miyan. And more…
Let me introduce to you the talented designer duo who have worked on these, and can be considered today’s upcoming costume designers for the screen. Gunpreet Kaur Mann and Deepali Singh.
Having studied at NIFT, Gunpreet Kaur Mann sent her portfolio out to several designers. Her first gig was as an assistant stylist with Manoshi and Rushi, who also happen to be a designer duo. She worked on an ad film starring Saif Ali Khan and eventually landed a full time job with designer Vikram Phadnis. Years of experience as assistant costume designer followed, which eventually led her to getting a break.
Please enter your email address