Best Indian Food Bloggers you should follow on Instagram

Best Indian Food Bloggers you should follow on Instagram

If you love to scroll through Instagram and see photos of beautifully crafted recipes then look no further because we have a list of our top six favourite Indian food bloggers that you should follow.

@poojadhingra | 117K Followers

Pooja Dhingra is a pastry chef and owner of the Le 15 Patisserie, Studio Fifteen Café and co-founder of WhisqIndia. Pooja’s Instagram account documents her life and her delicious pastry and dessert creations that will no doubt get your mouth watering.

@MariasMenu | 2.4K Followers

Maria has been running a successful food blog since 2006 that specialises in healthy and delicious Indian recipes. Her Instagram account showcases her skills and the range of creations that will appeal to everyone.

@foodfashionparty | 7.2K Followers

Asha Shivakumar is a mother, blogger and food stylist who loves to mix ‘Indian spices with different cuisines, to create a very delicate and perfectly balanced concoction.’ Asha’s Instagram features stunningly styled shots of desserts, drinks and curry that will have followers desiring a taste of her creations.

@justagirlfrommumbai | 40.3K Followers

Bhavna is originally from Mumbai but currently resides in Sydney, Australia. Her motto for life is “Eat, eat, eat and then eat some more”. Her Instagram is filled with shots of her delicious meals she has consumed on her travels.

@thejamlab | 40.7K Followers

Originally from Mumbai, Amisha is a recipe creator, food photographer and stylist. She focuses on creating healthy fresh and vegetarian dishes for the family. Take a look at her Instagram for some healthy inspiration. Our personal favourite is her unicorn inspired ice cream!

@playfulcooking | 52.2K Followers

If you want to see beautifully shot recipes then you need to follow @playfulcooking. Kankana Saxena is a recipe developer and food photographer and her account features traditional Indian recipes to popular American junk food such as the infamous Pancake stack.