Indian Food Bloggers to watch in 2014

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Promising Bloggers of 2014There are, literally, thousands of bloggers who talk about Indian food. As part of our year-end content, previously we published the Top 30 Indian Food Bloggers of 2013. We also came across many bloggers who have been doing some fantastic stuff in the last year or so and were quite impressed with what we saw. Our original list of promising bloggers was around 85 and after filtering through we narrowed it down to 25 and then 30. Unlike the previous compilation, we reached out to each blogger and asked them to describe in their own words about their blog – why it was started and what is the blog about. Below is the result of that effort. It is by no means a complete listing of what we set out to do as some of the bloggers have not yet responded.

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The list is in no particular order. Here are the foodies to keep an eye on in 2014.

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Radhika Subramanian (http://www.ticklingpalates.com)
When did you start the website and Why?: I started my blog Tickling Palates (www.ticklingpalates.com) in the year 2008. It was primarily for recording the recipes that I cook day to day.
How would you describe your Website: My blog is a vegetarian blog where you can find recipes for day to day cooking, kid friendly recipes and a lot of baking recipes and eggless bakes as well.

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Nayna Kanabar (http://www.simplysensationalfood.com/)
When did you start the website and Why?: simply.food is a vegetarian food blog that was created 5 years ago as a place to collect my recipes so that my daughters could access them, however as its popularity grew so did my interest in regular posting. I am a real foodie, so at simply.food I am able share everything I create,cook and click – all the three things that I am very passionate about. The name simply.food seemed apt for the blog because that is exactly what my blog is all about “simply food”. All the recipes I share on my blog are ones that I cook on a regular basis for my family and friends.
How would you describe your Website: A vegetarian kitchen dedicated to “simple” home cooking. Recipes which are tried and tested, producing simply sensational mouth watering dishes. Easy step by step instructions all accompanied by original colourful photographs.

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Divya Prakash (http://www.divyasculinaryjourney.com/)
When did you start the website and Why?: I started my website in January 2012. I have passion for cooking and baking. I used to click and share the recipes I make in Facebook. One fine day, got an idea what if I created a blog, and without any hesitation created one, thus Divya’s Culinary Journey was born.
How would you describe your Website: My site has recipes simple and easy to make recipes in different cuisines. All the recipes are tried and tested in my kitchen and are perfected and fine tuned for yielding good food and close to perfect results. With these recipes, even beginners in cooking can cook like a pro.

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Himanshu Taneja (http://www.thewhiteramekins.com)
When did you start the website and Why?: I started my blog in April 2011, with an intention to express my love towards baking and since then I have never looked back. And now I have developed interest in food styling and photography as well, as I believe that the food should look as provocative as good is the recipe. It was a Sunday afternoon of hot and scorching Indian summers, and as usual me and my friend were trying out some baking experiment at home. Luckily it went through and we were so overwhelmed by our creation {amateurs without any formal training in the art of baking}. It was when The White Ramekins originated out of that sheer excitement and joy. Since then I have been loving every moment of baking, taking those shots and sharing them up here.
How would you describe your Website: The White Ramekins is a place where I share my experiences with the recipes which I come across by means of various cookbooks, blogs, newspaper articles etc. Some of those experiences fail and some survive and those which survive get a life here on this site.

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Harini M (http://www.cookclickndevour.com)
When did you start the website and Why?: Being a passionate cook, I used to follow lot of food blogs,admiring the way those authors present their recipes as well as the stories behind them, I too wanted to start a blog of my own. In fact this blog was my brain child for more than a year and finally with enough push from my husband I started one
How would you describe your Website: My website features right from simple day to day food to exotic desserts,all vegetarian,also focuses on toddler food.

sowmya

Sowmya (http://www.creativesaga.com)
When did you start the website and Why?: I started my website in early 2008. I had just started cooking after marriage. I started trying out exotic dishes and baking and also started experimenting with some new (for me) ingredients. So I needed a space to store my recipes and pictures. With that idea I started my blog and blogging has become my passion and also a stress buster now.
How would you describe your Website: It’s a vegetarian blog with creative ,easy and less time consuming recipes. You will find my baking recipes interesting and easy. So a good place for people who are new to the wonderful world of baking.

priya

Priya (http://www.recipris.com)
When did you start the website and Why?: I would send my parents pictures of the food I made and share them on Facebook. People started asking me for the recipe for the dishes. So, my father suggested that i start a food blog to share all the recipes with friends and family. So I did.
How would you describe your Website: Colorful, vegetarian, simple

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Mrs.Charulata Prasad Rao (http://www.charuscuisine.com)
When did you start the website and Why?: Started my website in May 2013 as a hobby and to preserve ethnic Karnataka cuisines for posterity
How would you describe your Website: A collection of Indian vegetarian recipes especially South Indian recipes. The website is brief yet informative and provides a step by step feature (added recently). The write-up is simple and easy to understand for all users.

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Priti (http://www.indiankhana.net)
When did you start the website and Why?: Started Indian Khana in June 2008 just to share family recipes, traditional North Indian and my experiments in kitchen.
How would you describe your Website: Indian Khana features everyday easy cooking recipes mostly North Indian along with regional recipes, site is focused mainly on vegetarian recipes but also has decent collection of non-vegetarian food and lot of DIY inspirations, in nutshell if anyone look for daily cooking in innovative way then this is place to be.

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Priya R (http://www.cooklikepriya.com)
When did you start the website and Why?: 25’th June 2012 was the day I started my blog and the soul reason for starting one was to keep a record of my recipes. I always used to cook something and forget the method or ingredient that I had used hence I wanted to keep a record of everything that I cooked.
How would you describe your Website: Cook like Priya is a collection of home cooked recipes that are traditional and innovative. I do a lot of baking and take great pride in my Indian roots. My blog is not just a collection of recipes but a part of me.

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Kanan Patel (http://www.spiceupthecurry.com)
When did you start the website and Why?: I started in January 2012. In the beginning I was just saving the recipes that I cook in my kitchen for my day to day meals. after few months I learned SEO and take it to the professional level.
How would you describe your Website: Spice up the curry is a food blog with simple vegetarian recipes as well as delicious restaurant style recipes. All the recipes are tried, tested and tasted by me. I would say 50% recipes are authentic Gujarati recipes. All the recipes have step by step instruction pics excepts few recipes which are very easy to make. Most popular recipes on spiceupthecurry are eggless baking recipes.

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Divya Pramil (http://www.youtoocancook.net)
When did you start the website and Why?: I started Blogging at You Too Can Cook on March 6, 2012. Blogging to me, did not happen on any prior planning. One fine day I came across blogger.com and just created my own space without much knowledge and plans. The blog was not about cooking/recipes, but a different niche with random topics. Later found that it was not my right one and decided to move on to my passion. I was a good at cooking and was interested in trying my hands at making new recipes so finally started this recipe blog. Once I knew about how useful twas to me and many, I started focusing on my blog even more passionately, got a new domain and started working seriously.
How would you describe your Website:  ‘You Too Can Cook’ is a recipe blog comprising of easy & tasty Indian recipes mostly of traditional South Indian, along with some unique baked goodies. With simple language, easy to follow step by step instructions, tips and good quality pictures ‘You Too Can Cook’ aims to help amateurs and even everyday cooks.

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Lubna Karim (http://www.kitchenflavours.net)
When did you start the website and Why?: I started my blog ‘Yummy Food’ in 2008. Being a new bride in a metro, with full of empty hours, I started this blog to kill the time and to record my kitchen flavours….now this has become my passion, my identity and my a virtual gift to my sweet little daughter…..
How would you describe your Website: My blog is my journey of food, flavours, aroma, history, stories, places, ramblings and much more…I try to post what every I cook in my kitchen…I think every flavour in my kitchen has a story to say…Fast to cook, good to eat is the tagline of my blog. Add love to make your dish taste ‘Yummy’…says every post in my blog…Happy Cooking….

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Pallavi Gupta (http://www.veggiezest.com)
When did you start the website and Why?: I started my website in 2010 under a different name an in 2012 moved to Veggie Zest. The purpose behind my blog is to promote vegetarianism and making good tasting and good looking food without sacrificing the flavors. I hope to make more and more readers/visitors realize that there is more to vegetarian food than just tofu, corn on the cob and imitation meat and is in no way any less nutritious than eating meat. Through Veggie Zest I hope to inspire as many people as possible to try food that is vegetarian.
How would you describe your Website: Veggie Zest is a blog about vegan and vegetarian recipes from around the world. My recipes are simple and easy to with ingredients that can be found easily. My recipes are illustrated through attractive photography and simple step by step instructions.

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Jameela Beevi (http://www.cheenachatti.com)
When did you start the website and Why?: CheenaChatti is a team effort of few like minded people who loves cooking and wish to experiment with tastes in their leisure times. Its all about cooking and nothing else. The word “CheenaChatti” is the malayalam (mother tongue of Kerala, popularly known as God’s own Country) name of the frying pan which takes center stage in any kitchen and thus we named our website so!.
How would you describe your Website: CheenaChatti is a simple website, with only a few hundred recipes, all tested by our chefs, our families or our friends.

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Chitrangada Kundu (http://www.colorandspices.com)
When did you start the website and Why?: I started my blog June 2012, to share my love and passion of cooking. It is all about the pleasure of food and creativity of cooking. Also to spread traditional Bengali cuisine to the world.
How would you describe your Website: The blog is about to spread the love of cooking and inspiring others to cook. I try to explain the recipes step by step with pictures, as lucidly as possible.

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Nithya Balaji (Nithu Bala) (http://www.nithubala.com)
When did you start the website and Why?: My food blog “Nithu’s Kitchen” was started in October, 2009. I started this blog to share my traditional and innovative recipes with my friends and relatives.
How would you describe your Website: Nithu’s kitchen is a place where you can find delicious vegetarian recipes. The blog aims to provide quick and simple recipes. You can find wide range of new but definetly easy and healthy recipes here. The blog mainly focus on the South Indian Vegetarian Cuisine.

sangeetha

Sangeetha (http://www.spicytreats.net)
When did you start the website and Why?: It’s my long time wish to create a food blog and that came true in January 2011. My passion towards cooking is the sole reason to start a food blog.
How would you describe your Website: Spicy Treats is a collection simple & healthy recipes explained with neat step by step pictures that helps anyone to cook. A simple website for day to day cooking mainly focused on Indian Vegetarian & Non Vegetarian Cooking. And also the recipes are explained in very very simple manner for easy understanding.

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Vardhini Koushik (http://www.cooksjoy.com)
When did you start the website and Why?: Website was started in April 2011. Cooking is my passion and a blog seemed appropriate to talk about my cooking experiences as well as preserve the family recipes.
How would you describe your Website: “Anybody can cook” following our easy steps is the motto of the website. You can find cooking/baking recipes from various cuisines and the recipes are diverse ranging from simple healthy meals to sophisticated dishes. Every recipe is provided with step-by-step pictures and instructions making it easy for people to follow.

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Aparna Rajesh Kumar (http://www.homestylevegfood.com)
When did you start the website and Why?:  I have started my blog couple of years back on may 31st @ 2011. I find lot of free time and also i have a great passion for cooking , this made me to start a blog about cooking. Now i have interest towards photography too particularly food photography too .
How would you describe your Website: My blog is all about food, especially Vegetarian cooking and few international recipes , with step by step pictures and clear explanation. Which helps beginners to understand easily .Baking is something a new venture to me, I am still in the learning process though i have been baking for an year.

Feel free to comment or share your thoughts on this "Indian Food Bloggers to watch in 2014" blog post from Awesome Cuisine.

16 thoughts on “Indian Food Bloggers to watch in 2014

  1. Nithya Ravi said on February 22, 2014 at 5:20 pm

    It would be a nice encouragement and stamina boosting for these bloggers to get a recognition .Nice work done.Iam a new blogger just started my journey.Do leave your comments.

  2. shweta a said on February 6, 2014 at 4:27 pm

    great collection:)
    Can we list ourselves in this?

  3. NithuBala said on January 10, 2014 at 12:02 pm

    Thanks for featuring my blog here. Wishes to other Blogger Friends here.

  4. Aara said on December 27, 2013 at 5:11 am

    Congratulations dear!! Wishing u many more such awards to come ahead

  5. sangeetha said on December 27, 2013 at 3:47 am

    Thank You so much Sona !

  6. Sona - Quick Picks said on December 26, 2013 at 1:07 pm

    wow ! congrats Sangeetha..way to go. you indeed deserve it dear !

  7. Sowmya said on December 26, 2013 at 7:10 am

    Thanks for including mine..it’s a big encouragement to all bloggers to do more and a better job in the coming years and more..

  8. Nayna Kanabar said on December 26, 2013 at 3:38 am

    Thankyou for for featuring my blog in this list.

  9. sangeetha said on December 26, 2013 at 2:40 am

    Thanks so much for listing My Website (Spicy Treats) as one of the Promising Blogger of 2014. Really a proud moment and my best wishes to all my fellow bloggers.

  10. Cheenachatti Team said on December 26, 2013 at 12:07 am

    Thank you awesomecuisine team for listing our site as one of the Promising Blogger of 2014. We are really honored. Stay connected.

  11. Charulata Prasad Rao said on December 25, 2013 at 9:37 pm

    Thank you very much for bestowing this honour to my website. It is indeed a very happy moment and this recognition would encourage me to continuously add value to my website for the benefit of my viewers all over.
    My best wishes to all my fellow bloggers. Wishing you all a very wonderful 2014.

  12. Lubna Karim said on December 25, 2013 at 6:35 pm

    Thank you for making my blog to the list….Happy and Proud to share the stage with my loving blogger friends….Congratulations to all…..

  13. veenashankar said on December 25, 2013 at 5:44 pm

    nice interesting list.. All the best for the bloggers

  14. Priya R said on December 25, 2013 at 2:19 pm

    Thanks to Awesome Cuisine for short-listing my website (www.cooklikepriya.com) I feel so humbled and grateful for this mention. Means a lot and this will stay with me for years to come. Congrats to all my fellow blogger friends I am so happy to share this space with you.

    Thank You

  15. saras said on December 25, 2013 at 12:52 pm

    My Best wishes to all promising bloggers 2014 and nice to know more about you all in this space.. Keep Rocking!! Praveen, you are doing a great. Thanks

  16. Divya Prakash said on December 25, 2013 at 12:16 pm

    Thank you so much for listing me and my site as one of the Promising Blogger of 2014. It is really an honor. My wishes to other bloggers too 🙂

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