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In our day-to-day busy lives, we often resort to takeaway and instant noodles for satiating our hunger pangs. If you’re someone who wants to make a lifestyle change, it’s time you started cooking your own meals. It doesn’t have to be complicated. All you need to do is follow these YouTube channels for simple, healthy recipes that you can easily make at home.

1. Hebbar’s Kitchen

With more than 3 million subscribers, Hebbar’s Kitchen is undoubtedly one of the most popular Indian YouTube channels. What started out as a home project is a now fully functional business. Their secret to success lies in their simple, easy-to-follow Indian recipes that can easily be made at home. So, if you’re craving home-made, healthy food, begin your cooking lessons here.

2. Nisha Madhulika

There’s a reason why Nisha Madhulika’s YouTube channel has more than 8 million subscribers. Her cooking will remind you of your mom’s food. From Indian street-food and snacks to main course and desserts, she has put up almost every Indian vegetarian recipe you can think of. What’s more, she discusses each recipe in detail and gives useful tips and tricks.

3. Country Foods

For those of you who would like to experiment with home food, you can follow this channel. It showcases traditional Indian dishes and how they are cooked in the countryside. The grandmother featured in the videos uses locally available ingredients and firewood to whip up delicious dishes.

4. Shilpa Shetty Kundra

Shilpa Shetty is known for being a fitness enthusiast. No wonder her cooking channel comprises healthy and delicious recipes that you can quickly make from the comfort of your home. Also, if you’re a young mother stuck at home with your child, Shetty has several recipes that are not just easy to follow, but also make for delicious dishes.

5. Tasty

Yes, we’re aware that most of their recipes involve cheese … a lot of cheese. However, they also have a bunch of healthy salads and soups recipes that can reduce your cooking time without harming your taste buds. Also, since they put up fast-paced table-top videos, you can watch them quickly … even when you’re on the go. 

If you have any more suggestions, let us know in the comments.

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Lead image credit: Shilpa Shetty Kundra

Missing Ghar Ka Khana? These 5 YouTube Channels Have Delicious, Healthy Recipes
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