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I'm looking for a solid Indian cooking blog to follow, any recommendations?

I'd be interested in either tradition Indian recipes or fusion Indian creations. I'm a vegetarian, but since much of Indian cooking is vegetarian it doesn't have to explicitly be a vegetarian blog. I've had a hard time finding a blog that has reliable recipes.

asked by Rach3190 9 months ago

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amysarah

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added 9 months ago

This one is worth checking out - vegetarian too: http://abcdsofcooking.com...

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added 9 months ago

Show Me the Curry. It's a great blog with very reliable recipes and videos.

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added 9 months ago

umm.. I'd be solidly guilty of posting such recipes.. :-D

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added 9 months ago

Panfusine has remarkable recipes and highly recommend you checking them out here at Food52

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added 9 months ago

vegrecipesofindia.com is one that I look at from time to time.
Rajshri Foods channel on Youtube (with a few series built in) is also good.

I also have Vikas Khanna's cookbooks as well.

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added 9 months ago

if you want to look at indian cooking on youtube, manjula's kitchen channel is a lot of fun. she cooks only vegetarian and has a lot of recipes to choose from.

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luvcookbooks

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added 9 months ago

Anjum Anand has a blog that I like. It's not 100% Indian food, but a lot.

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AntoniaJames

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added 9 months ago

Mallika Basu. http://www.mallikabasu... She contributed one of the best make-ahead recipes on Food52 - see more here: https://food52.com/blog...
Her video style is intelligent and otherwise quite nicely done. And her recipes are terrific. ;o)

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added 9 months ago

If I may add my own 😀 www.cookingcurries.com
My other favorites are vegrecipesofindia.com, whiskaffair.com and indiansimmer.com

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