If nothing else, India is a country blessed with a huge variety of food. Unlike old ancient times, our lives have been at an ease, giving us an access to a string of food items today.
Making a food choice is by far the most difficult decision, especially when you are presented with a never-ending variety of dishes. You always end up walking into a restaurant and positively drool at the magnificent menu but the first question that arises is ‘ Can I make this too? ‘
Don’t worry, we’ve got you the best food YouTubers in India to teach you all sorts of mouth-watering dishes that will make you keep coming back for more!
YouTube cooking channels have undoubtedly driven the audience’s attention and left them mesmerized by heavenly looking and tasting dishes. The very much talented cooks from all across the country will turn you into a real chef in no time, till then you can bless yourself with these 10 best food channels in India on YouTube:
For all the vegetarians out there, this is just for you! Nisha Madhulika is said to be one the most renowned Indian chef. Other than being a YouTube personality, she is also a restaurant consultant and owns food columns on several websites like Indian Express, Times of India, Amar Ujala and even Dainik Bhaskar.
Her YouTube channel by her name stands at 3 Million subscribers and gets about 18 million views per month. So you can totally follow Nisha Madhulika’s guidelines for some finger licking Indian cuisine!
The very well known Indian celebrity chef, Sanjeev Kapoor has made his name in the food industry in no time. He also runs his own TV show ‘Khana Khazana’ which broadcasts in about 120 countries. With 2 Million subscribers, Chef Sanjeev has mastered the art of cooking!
What really takes his fans off their seats is his charisma while he reveals the recipes of most delicious dishes! What’s better than learning for the cooking king?
Sanjay Thumma, fondly known as Vah-Chef is another Indian Chef and a founder of the cooking website vahrevah.com. His cooking skills are extremely popular in Europe, Australia, and North America. He has over 1 Million subscribers and his use of spices is real magic!
Kabita Singh’s channel ‘Kabita’s Kitchen’ is a channel where you’d find all sorts of dishes that you can recreate with ease, mainly focusing on Indian Cuisine. However, with 2 Milion subscribers, she takes her audience by awe by a string of simple recipes that are just so easy to understand!
What makes Bhavna’s YouTube cooking channel unique is her art of cooking exotic vegetarian cuisine recipes from all across the world with a hint of Indian flavor! So, if you are wanting to have the lavish dishes but keep up with your ‘desi’ avatar, Bhavna’s Kitchen is the destination for you!
Again, Rajshri Food is one of those best cooking YouTube cooking channels where you would find all sorts of cuisines in the most simple manner and in Hindi. From oil-free pani puri to coconut cakes, you’ll know about all the possible dishes!
Manjula’s Kitchen steals the show when it comes to authentic Indian Food. The channel has over 200 recipes and counting, including many Vegan and Gluten Free recipes. Vegetarians, here’s one for you again!
Conceptualized by the very popular and Padam Shri Master Chef, Sanjeev Kapoor, FoodFood is India’s first 24X7 food and lifestyle channel which is owned by Turmeric Vision Pvt. Ltd. (TVPL) and Mogae Consultants. The channel not only broadens your skills in cooking but also enlighten you with the success of food genre and its simple intricacies.
Country Foods, unlike other YouTube cooking channels, focuses more on the traditional front with modern culture. You will find a string of unknown recipes by people and you will just love this different and more Indian way of cooking!
If you are a fan of cooking, you possibly cannot miss Village Food Factory. From entertainment to ton of food items, you surely won’t regret being here. Check out a long list of dishes that will leave you completely stunned!
So, all the foodies, we are sure that your positive drooling starts with your self-cooked dishes and not the flashy ones at the restaurants!