10 Food Creators To Follow On Instagram If You're A Foodie

10 Food Creators To Follow On Instagram If Youre A Foodie

Just when lockdown struck on us all, we never thought it's be for 6 months before we finally ventured outside. But, through the quarantine days, some of us were forced us to get into the kitchen and try our hands at cooking! With so much food content on Instagram, food creators have continued to keep us inspired with their dynamic food creations and fascinating insights on food. From cooking basic dal and rice to cooking street Chinese food in our kitchens, we kept pushing the envelope because we were being inspired by some of our favourite creators. If you're a foodie or have become one in the past couple of months, here is a list of 10 food creators that you must follow to keep up your passion for food.

1. Shivesh Bhatia

Shivesh Bhatia is a self-taught baker and very popular amongst people who love baking. He has recipes for everything that you can bake, cookies, cheesecake, pastries, and more. His recipes never fail to disappoint us and I'm sure if baking wasn't your passion before, it's sure to become now.

2. Amrita Of Life

Amrita Of Life is a food blog started by Amrita Kaur. Amrita gives tips on how to make basic food less boring and more fun to eat. She specialises in ayurveda cooking and shares tips and tricks on what to eat to live a healthy life. Through this lockdown, she has been one of the most active food creators out there. From live session to webinars, sh has done it all. Her talks on Ayurveda and doshas are super informative and if you're someone who wants to know about eating right, eating for the gut, follow her.

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Mushroom Dalia. Matlab comfort food aur comforting ho gaya 😍 ⠀ ⠀ I always keep Dalia roasted in a jar cuz a. Shelf life. b. Quick to cook in any recipe.⠀ ⠀ For this recipe, I sautéed little ginger garlic in ghee in a pressure cooker with little jeera & hing. Then added a sliced onion & a small green chilli. Tossed handful of chopped mushrooms. After sauteeing on high for 2 min. Stirred in 1 cup roasted Dalia + 2 cups water. At this stage also added the masalas - salt, chilli powder, haldi, amchoor & little bit of kitchen king.⠀ Pressure cooked on high for one whistle and 2 more min on slow flame. That's it. Just gotta wait until steam releases & here you have khila khila mushroom Dalia ✌🏻 #QuickRecipe #MushroomLove #Mushroom #Indian

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3. Vegan Richa

As you might have guessed by the name, Richa Hingle has a food blog only dedicated to vegan recipes. Who knew there were so many vegan options? If you are planning on turning vegan and want to know more about the vegan lifestyle, Vegan Richa is one page you should be following. Based out of Unites States, Richa's passion for Vegan food is seen through her more than 3000 posts on Instagram.

4. Fun Food and Frolic

Hina Bisht knows exactly how to make Indian vegetarian food look fun. From dinner recipes like Paneer Kalimirch to Indian dessert recipes like pineapple halwa and a vast variety of cakes and bakes, she has recipes for everything. Check out her easy recipes to make your time in your kitchen fun.

5. SU Paints On Plates

Surabhi Sehgal is a professional food stylist and knows exactly how to make any dish look aesthetically appealing and beautiful. Her unusual twist to traditional recipes is what makes her stand out from the rest. She's the queen of hummus and we're stoked every time she puts up one. If you're looking for creative, aesthetic and something that makes you go 'wow' in an jiffy, once you've landed on her profile, look no further.

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For all you people who asked me for the recipe for my Roasted Beetroot and Boondi Raita, this one's for you!! . . #Raita (cold yogurt dish) , is a side dish without which any North Indian meal is incomplete. The colours, the perfect balance of tartness with spices, the beautiful textures and the flavours that can add magic to any mundane meal. We all love Raita, however never give it as much attention as we do to our main dishes! Making my humble Beetroot Raita, the hero today!💖 ************ Recipe in Stories!! . . . . ___________________________________ #indiancuisine #yogurt #indianfood #glutenfree #feedfeed #thali #homecookedmeal #eattherainbow #incredibleindia #foodiesofindia #beetroot #desifood #cilantro #spicy #coriander #storiesofindia #coloursofindia

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6. My Food Story

Richa Gupta is a Bangalore-based recipe creator who grew up learning her skills from her grand-mum and mum. She shares her love for everyday cooking by posting recipes that are quick, easy and creative. With her beautiful sense of aesthetics while photographing food and creating food videos, you can see a glint of passion for food which you'd feel when you visit her page! Every recipe she dishes out, has a story which is quite an interesting read too.

7. Organic and Happy

As the name suggests, this page is all about organic food. Natasha loves food and understands how important eating healthy is. Organic and happy knows how to make healthy food yummy that you will want to incorporate in your diet.

8. Saffron Trail

Nandita Iyer is the queen of vegetarian cooking and educates everyone on the benefits of eating healthy. You must follow Saffron Trail for healthy homemade cooking recipes that you will be thankful for. She also posts amazing recipes from her book, The Everyday Healthy Vegetarian. Recently, she's been using Instagram Reels like she was born to make them; her dosa reels are a treat to watch.

9. Spice India Online

Warning: Mullai Madavan's Spice India Online Instagram page will only make you hungrier. She posts daily routine food in the most aesthetic manner, making you want to eat a dish you've never tried before. She specialises in authentic South Indian food and tasty non-vegetarian dishes. Her beautiful plating will only remind you of home. Basically, if you love thalis of all kinds, she portrays home-cooked meals on a plate like a pro and that will only make you want to dig in instantly.

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Inniku🟡🟡🟡🟡 bhoorigal with konda kadalai masala... 👀 Poori 👀 Chana Masala - didn't have any special #chanamasala powder instead used kuzhambu thool + garam masala powder .... #homestyle What next? 😁slice up raw onion, drizzle a few drops of lemon juice over...tear the poori...drench & scooooooop..you complete the rest of the emotion🙊 . . . . . . . . #spiceindiaonline #engaveetusamayal #indianstreetfood #instagood #foodblogfeed #eeeeeats #picoftheday #pics #poori #chana #vegetarianfood #vegetarian #homecooking #pixel #platinggoals #tamilyshares #tamilfood #breakfastofchampions #latergram #southindianrecipes #comfortfood #lovetocook #amma #easyrecipes #yummyinmytummy #keralafoodie .#lunchtime .

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10. Food Fashion Party

Asha Shiv gives Indian traditional recipes a modern twist. Asha also gives tips on how to she plates her dishes as well. She has her own cookbook called Masala and Meatballs and has been featured in magazines like People. She is a treat to follow for everyone learning the art of cooking and food styling.

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|New Post|Stir fries are fast, easy, and delicious. This Spicy Thai Basil Chicken will wow you! An incredibly flavorful recipe that truly tastes just like your favorite Thai restaurant take out, or even better. Serve over some rice and a quick impressive meal is ready in no time. This recipe in particular I learned from a Thai chef when I took a one-day crash course in Thai cuisine. I was a new young bride from India wanting to learn everything, every cuisine there was. I was intrigued by Thai flavors, and this dish along with yellow Thai curry is a favorite at home. What’s your favorite Thai dish? https://www.foodfashionparty.com/2020/07/23/spicy-thai-basil-chicken/ . , . . . #thaifood #thaifoodstagram #thaifoodlover #thaichili #thaichicken #basilplant #basil #basilchicken #deliciousfood #beautifulcuisines #lovethaifood #spicyfoodlover #spicyfood #chickenrecipes #chickenmince #chickenrecipe #30minutemeals #quickmeals #rice #foodphotography #easyrecipes #foodfashionparty #ontheblogtoday #recipeoftheday #fridayfood #15minutemeals #feedfeed #feedfeedglutenfree #stirfry #yellowcurry

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Thank you to all the food creators who have been such strong support for aspiring food artists.

Sakshi Chaturvedi

Sakshi Chaturvedi

A recent film making graduate. Sakshi is a lover of films, tv shows, and self-care aesthetic. When she is not napping and petting dogs, she is making memes and oversharing on social media. She keeps up with the latest trends and knows what's "in" fashion. If you have any pop culture query and you want to know what is a Kardashian, come to her.

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