The blogosphere is huge! In fact, the extent of finding anything worthwhile in the melange of madness is next to impossible. Many are of the opinion that being vegan means cutting out animal products like eggs, fish, meat, dairy from your diet. But there is something more! It also means adopting a cruelty-free lifestyle. Transitioning to a vegan diet can be intimidating at first, but these Top 10 Indian vegan blogs are sure to change your perception.
If you are passionate about healthy eating as well as vegan cooking, make sure to bookmark these blogs. These blogs are the best source of plant-based inspiration and make you forget everything about meat. With the unique recipes, helpful tips, amazing photography, these blogs take veganism to new heights. Furthermore, these vegan blogs are a great source of culinary inspiration. We have listed all of them in alphabetical order instead of any criteria based ranking.
Celebrate healthy living with Anjali Lalani’s Vegetarian Gastronomy. She shares her passion for creating healthy recipes and navigating ways to incorporate new ingredients through her blog. In a nutshell, her blog is filled with Gluten-free vegan cooking, delicious family friendly and simple recipes. Anjali’s goal is to help readers cook, create, and try different dishes and flavours in their own home.
Ashima Goyal Siraj is a woman of conflicting personalities. She is a cook, the creator, explorer, writer and the person behind the food blog My Weekend Kitchen. Her blog includes a wide range of recipes that vary from one-pot-meals, elaborate restaurant recipes, festival specific recipes and recipes inspired from her travel. Ashima employs only locally grown, seasonal and organic ingredients in her recipes.
Sreelakshmi started the blog Sreelakshmi Kitchen with a motto to help everyone cook tasty and healthy vegetarian and vegan recipes. Her refreshing approach to vegetarian cooking feels more like a journal. The blog features many mouthwatering Vegan and Vegetarian foods from snacks to dinner. She prefers using organic groceries while preparing dishes.
Jayasri Ravi is a recipe developer, food stylist, food photographer and offers easy to follow Indian and International cuisines on her blog My Veg Fare. Her blog is everything about vegetarian and vegan recipes. She started her baking journey with eggs and slowly turned her attention to eggless alternatives. Pay a visit to My Veg Fare, and Jayasri takes you on a culinary journey that varies from authentic to modern, regional to International, healthy cooking and baking bites.
Namita Tiwari is born and brought up in the Himalayas and finds working with nature as very healing and therapeutic. Her vegan lifestyle blog Ambrosia is dedicated to healthy baking using whole grains, local grains, alternative flours, seasonal and local produce. It also contains a collection of simple, regional and traditional vegan recipes. The simplicity and love truly reflect in her recipes. She believes that a simple vegetarian diet encourages the development of peace, love and awareness. A self-passionate baker she loves cooking with seasonal and local ingredients.
The blog CookingWithSapana was born out of Sapana Behl’s passion for cooking. Her blog features plenty of exotic yet straightforward vegetarian recipes from India and around the world. Also, her blog contains a repertoire of recipes from healthy breakfast to comforting dinner and sumptuous desserts. Sapana’s impressive writing skills bundled with splendid photographs makes her blog a great read.
Sharmila’s blog Kitchen e Kichu Khonn includes a collection of simple traditional home cooked food that is healthy and tasty. A majority of her recipes involve daily home cooked food in homes in Bengal, Odisha and Rajasthan. She loves using her homemade masalas and powders for cooking. Sharmila firmly believes delicious dishes don’t warrant the use of a lot of masalas; even simple flavours can create culinary magic.
The author of the blog Upgrade My Food Swetha Sivakumar originally hails from India and currently residing in the USA. The death of her father due to diabetic complications have led her to focus only on healthy ingredients and exclude unhealthy ones in her cooking. Swetha’s major take is on traditional recipes, and she continually upgrades them to make it healthier and easier for the viewers.
Uma Raghuraman loves cooking traditional and authentic Indian recipes using fresh local ingredients. Her blog Master Chef Mom is the home to a plethora of dessert, snacks, fusion recipes, gluten-free, vegan diets and traditional Indian foods. She loves experimenting with heirloom recipes that are not only delicious but are also picture perfect. Uma’s vision is to popularise Indian food from various regions of India and share the right techniques for cooking with the readers.
Dina Prabhakar is the soul behind the blog notjustspice. The blog is a space dedicated to fuller life through kitchen keep and spunky home cooking. Through his blog, Prabhakar aims to inspire you to be creative, innovative, have fun and enjoy your culinary adventures in your kitchen. All his recipes include easy-to-follow steps and exhilarating photographs making it a must-read blog for vegans.
These blogs have been chosen based on the following criteria –
: Presentation & Styling skills for recipes.
: Bonusapp’s editorial team and expert review.
: Quality and frequency of Blogger’s recipe blog posts.
: Influence and popularity on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest and Twitter.