Vegetarianism has picked up the pace in the past few years, and this has led to the emergence of a plethora of vegetarian blogs. Although there are plenty, only a few of the blogs possessed the quality and standards to abide. Picking a top 20 vegetarian food blogs from among the available vegetarian blogs is like picking a needle from the haystack. We are surprised at the variety, depth, and ingenuity of the nominated blogs.
The deep insights, unique recipes, creativity and useful tips of these bloggers take Vegetarian diet to incredible heights. All these top 20 vegetarian blogs are sure to convert the most diehard meat-eater rollover and beg for more veggies, thanks to many, many creative recipes. Browse through their blogs and relish the healthier, plant-based versions of your favourite goodies. All these 20 blogs deserve equal credit for their efforts to popularise vegetarian food, and hence we have aligned them alphabetically instead of any criteria based ranking.
The title itself indicated the essence of the blog Code2Cook; the blog includes vegetarian recipes which are healthy, kids approved, and tasty. Bhawana Singh uses her blog as a platform to showcase her food styling, food photography and writing skills. A self-taught cook, she includes recipes that are made with readily available and nutritious ingredients. She loves to play with props, and her photographs of the recipes are a visual delight to the visitors.
Divya Rajah is a qualified nutritionist and believes healthy eating can cure any disease. Also, she is a home cook, food blogger and recipe developer. She incorporates simple vegetarian, nutritious, and tasty home-style traditional family recipes on her blog Divya’s Nalabhagam. Divya continuously uploads nutritious, traditional and easy to cook South Indian and North Indian vegetarian recipes on her blog.
The mother and daughter duo of Drashti Dholakia & Bela Dholakia are the ones behind this blog Vegetarian Tastebuds. The blog features vegetarian recipes from Indian as well as global space and are sure to tickle your taste buds. The blog has a myriad of seasonal recipes, festival recipes, healthy recipes, no onion no garlic recipes and so on. Further, the duo offers kitchen basics, cooking tips and more, which comes in handy for newbies and beginners.
Harini Aravind is the owner of the food blog Upala. Her blog features plenty of south Indian traditional brahmin recipes, north Indian recipes, sweets and millet recipes. Through her blog, Harini wants to revive the forgotten traditional Indian dishes that are fading under the influence of western foods. She loves experimenting with traditional recipes using rice varieties and millets.
Kavitha Ramaswamy’s Foodomania has authentic vegetarian, vegan and baking recipes. She started the blog Foodomania in 2012, with a vision to document culinary experiments and seek creative satisfaction. The blog features myriads of Indian recipes along with eggless baking and International recipes. Her depiction skills of the recipes are praiseworthy; she also loves exploring vegetarian-friendly options to eat outside.
Khushboo Kothari successfully dons multiple roles such as food enthusiast, recipe developer, photographer, food stylist, author and techie. Her blog Carve Your Craving is a humble effort to record and organise her cooking and baking experiments. All her vegetarian and easy vegan recipes fit well within the budget and don’t burn a hole in your pocket. You can find a broad range of recipes from authentic to fusion, healthy to indulging, and quick meals to elaborate ones on her blog.
Madhu’s Everyday Indian is one place where you can come across delicious and straightforward Indian vegetarian recipes. Madhavi is the face behind the blog; she loves cooking traditional and fusion food for her family. Also, her blog features kids lunch box recipes and kids after school snacks that offers the solution to the busy mom’s out there.
My Foodcourt is the destination for simple comfort food, traditional recipes, along with some fusion recipes and experiments. Madhuli Ajay, is the face behind the blog and continually tinkers in her kitchen experimenting to develop new recipes on her blog. She hails from Nashik; to help the fellow Nashikates locate uncommon ingredients in and around Nashik, she created a category Gourment Nashik on her blog. Further, through her culinary Travelogue, she documents her discoveries of unique culinary hotspots.
Mina Joshi’s blog Give Me Some Spice is a blessing in disguise especially for young boys and girls, who are new to cooking. She hails from a cooking family and attributes most of her recipes on the blog to her father, a self-taught cook. The blog also features easy to cook and time-saving authentic vegetarian recipes apart from traditional recipes.
The contribution of Nisha Ramesh to popularise South Indian food certainly deserves applause. Her blog “The Magic Saucepan” is the home to delicious vegetarian dishes especially Tamil cuisines. What makes Nisha’s blog even more special is that she mentions the origin of the dishes along with detailed descriptions bundled with beautiful photographs. She presents the traditional recipes aesthetically without compromising its deep flavour.
Pavani Nandula is the person behind the blog Cook’s Hideout. She loves cooking and devotes a major chunk of her space for Indian recipes especially South Indian Cuisine. Further, Pavani also updates her blog with International cuisines from the likes of Mexican, Italian, Chinese and Thai dishes. Thoughtful, insightful and beautifully designed, her blog takes your vegetarian lifestyle to the next level.
Yummily Your’s is a one-stop portal that features simple and easy vegetarian recipes. Prashanthi is the face behind the creation of this blog. Her recipe index is a reflection of her acumen across Indian, Chinese, Italian, Mexican, French, and so on. Prashanthi’s evocative writing skills along with beautifully crafted photographs augment the reading experience of the visitors.
Simply Tadka is one place where Preeti displays her passion for cooking and photography. Her blog features easy and quick vegetarian recipes that don’t demand much time and effort. She loves experimenting and substitutes some of the ingredients that are not easily available in the kitchen. Preeti also offers reviews on beauty and food products, cookbooks, restaurants and more. Apart from Indian and International cuisines, she has a collection of baby and toddler recipes made especially for babies between age six months to two years old.
As the name goes the blog Curry Nation By Priya is not only restricted to curries but also includes a repertoire of appetizers, desserts, dal and rice recipes. All her recipes come under at least one of the three categories: 30 minutes or less, made with easily available ingredients and easy to prepare recipes. All her recipes are tried and tested in the kitchen. Priya’s blog features delicious, easy to cook recipes with clear guidelines and beautiful photographs.
Priya Santhamohan is the author of the blog ASmallBite, which offers traditional and tasty recipes. She is a self-taught cook who gained expertise in cooking after many trial and errors in her kitchen. All her recipes are the outcome of her longing experimental culinary journey. Priya’s vegetarian recipe index contains a healthy and yummy breakfast, dinner, rasam varieties and their likes.
Ramya is well acquainted with various parts of South India including Andhra Pradesh, Tamilnadu and Bengaluru during her life journey. Her blog Cooking From Heart contains food recipes, which are a combination of the different regions of exposures she had in her life. Ramya’s blog is the home to simple, delicious and tasty vegetarian food. Her fantastic description of the recipes accompanied by meticulously styled photography makes a great read.
Kitchen Katta is one place where you can find easy to make recipes that don’t indulge any fancy ingredients or appliances. Shital Bhatiya is the brainchild behind the creation of the blog. She firmly believes “ you are what you eat” and focuses only on sattvic food. Further, she makes sure to incorporate as much fresh and local ingredients in her recipes
Siddhi Panchal was born and brought up in a Jain family, and she has a special place for Jain recipes that are devoid of onion and Garlic. Her blog Cooking with Siddhi features recipes that are not only delicious but are also nutritive, healthy, easy and instant. She dedicates a significant portion of her blog to kids and offers recipes that fit kids lunch and snack boxes. Siddhi also offers a broad range of cuisines spanning across South Indian, North Indian, Gujarati, Rajasthani and Chinese regions.
Sujata Shukla loves cooking and makes recipes out of fresh organic ingredients. You can find heirloom traditional Indian recipes, exciting recipes from International and continental cuisines, soups and salads, pasta and pizzas on her blog Pepper on Pizza. Every recipe on her blog features fresh herbs, aromatic spices, flavorful fruits and vegetables. Sujata loves experimenting with different foods and cuisines for healthy food.
Swati’s blog Spicy Veg Recipes is a collection of traditional and contemporary veg recipes. Her refreshing approach to vegetarian cooking feels more like a journal. Further, Swati maintains a category titled step by step recipes on her blog, where she demonstrates easy preparation of the recipes along with video tutorials.
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.