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7 Food Shows In India Every Foodie Should Be Glued To


Back in the 90s when Sanjeev Kapoor took over our afternoons with his visually and gastronomically appealing Khana Khazana, the audience was hooked. The concept of a genius chef cooking the food on our idiot boxes and sharing the coveted recipes with us seemed surreal. But today with a number of cooking and food shows streaming on our screen, we are no longer alien to drooling over our gadgets (and then eventually ordering a pizza because, laze).

Anywho, here are 7 shows that have been satiating our food desires through their lens.


  1. Ravinder’s Kitchen

Channel: TLC

Follow the gorgeous Chef Ravinder Bhogal through her impeccable kitchen as she pilots you through her collection of mouthwatering dishes.Ravinders-Kitchen-960x540


  1. Mummy Ka Magic

Channel: Food Food

Model-turned-chef Amrita Raichand with her quick and easy recipes battles away all the moms’ confusion as to what to pack in their young one’s tiffin.amrita3_070215101230


  1. Turban Tadka

Channel: Food Food

Hop on to the Turban Tadka wagon with Chef Harpal Singh and learn how to cook traditional Indian food with a contemporary twist.harpal_left


  1. Italian Khaana

Channel: NDTV Good Times

Let Chef and top-notch restaurateur Ritu Dalmia showcase her stockpile of drool worthy Italian recipes as your wipe away your tears of sheer joy.Ritu Dalmia - Profile shot


  1. Fit Foodie

Channel: Food Food

Michelin starred chef Vikas Khanna’s cooking show is all about cooking delicious grubs without putting on even an inch on the waist.VIKAS-II


  1. Secret Recipe

Channel: Food Food

Hosted by Masterchef Sanjeev Kapoor, Secret Recipe takes you back to the days of Khana Khazana with the delectable recipes and foods.Cooking for the Prime  Minister!


  1. Gourmet Central

Channel: NDTV Good Times

Push back your sleeves and tuck in some extremely helpful cooking tricks as Chef Vicky Ratnani sizzles up his woks and pans.10Vicky-Ratnani-

Binge eater by day and binge watcher by night, Ankita is fluent in food, film, and Internet. When she’s not obsessing over the hottest trends, tacos, and the perfect author’s bio, you can find her under a pile of Jeffery Archer’s novels or looking for the nearest wine shop.