16 Asian Food Bloggers to Follow on Instagram and Diversify Your Feed

Instagram has become one of the best platforms for cooking and food inspiration. These days, you can find tips, tricks, and full-on recipes from home cooks and professional chefs alike — and it's pretty awesome, TBH. Moreover, the 'gram is an excellent place to learn about new-to-you cuisines and dishes, especially if you're trying to diversify your feed (and palate).

To help you out, we've rounded up our favorite Asian food bloggers on Instagram. These talented foodies are constantly sharing delicious content, ultimately helping followers around the world create new recipes at home. Ready to get inspired? Ahead, discover 16 Asian food bloggers you should follow ASAP.


JinJoo (@kimchimari)

Want to learn how to make Korean food at home? Thanks to food blogger JinJoo, it's totally possible. Her mouthwatering page features a combo of modern and authentic Korean dishes, like kimchi pancakes and chicken bulgogi.

Follow JinJoo on Instagram: @kimchimari


Leela Punyaratabandhu (@shesimmers)

As the author of three cookbooks, Leela is your go-to source for Thai and Southeast Asian cooking. On her feed, you'll find drool-worthy recipes and candid shots from The Epestle, her newsletter about Thai food.

Follow Leela on Instagram: @shesimmers


Bee (@rasamalyasia)

Bee is the founder of Rasa Malaysia, a popular blog that features more than 1,000 Malaysian, Asian, and American recipes. Her feed dons gorgeous photos and instructional videos that will totally get you in the cooking mood.

Follow Bee on Instagram: @rasamalaysia


Lalaine Manalo (@kawalingpinoy)

From sweet fried bananas to savory pork adobo, Lalaine's Filipino and Asian recipes will make you drool. Her well-known blog, Kawaling Pinoy, boasts more than 300 mouthwatering dishes, complete with eye-catching photos and useful tips.

Follow Lalaine on Instagram: @kawalingpinoy


Bill, Judy, Sarah, and Kaitlin (@thewoksoflife)

Parents Bill and Judy, along with daughters Sarah and Kaitlin, are the cooks and bloggers behind The Woks of Life, a Chinese cooking blog. Their Instagram page @thewoksoflife is brimming with wholesome content, from foodie facts to handy cooking tricks. The fam has even made an appearance on the PBS show Lucky Chow.

Follow Bill, Judy, Sarah, and Kaitlin: @thewoksoflife


Marc Matsumoto (@norecipes)

Marc wears many hats — he's a private chef, food consultant, TV host, and coauthor of a bento box cookbook. He's also a recipe blogger at Norecipes, where he shares hundreds of irresistible Japanese and American dishes. Marc posts new recipes weekly, so be sure to follow him on Instagram to stay updated.

Follow Marc on Instagram: @norecipes


Amy H. (@constellationinspiration)

If you're all about sweet treats, be sure to follow Amy on Instagram. Her feed showcases her beautiful baked goods, from pastel-colored cookies to layered cakes adorned with flowers.

Follow Amy on Instagram: @constellationinspiration


Nami (@justonecookbook)

Learn how to cook authentic and modern Japanese meals with Nami, founder of the food and travel blog Just One Cookbook. Her cooking has been featured in The Washington Post, The New Yorker, and more.

Follow Nami on Instagram: @justonecookbook


Tiffany (@choochoocachew)

Tiffany teaches her followers how to create Taiwanese dishes with local and seasonal ingredients. Check out her page for recipes, cooking tips, and food recommendations in Rochester, Minnesota.

Follow Tiffany on Instagram: @choochoocachew


Pailin Chongchitnant (@hotthaikitchen)

Cookbook author and food blogger Pailin strives to demystify the world of Thai cuisine. On her Instagram feed, you'll find shots of her latest creations and snippets of step-by-step video tutorials.

Follow Pailin on Instagram: @hotthaikitchen


Maggie Zhu (@omnivorescookbook)

If you want to explore the world of modern Chinese cooking, Maggie is your gal. Her page features recipes for all types of diets and palates, from vegan wonton soup to rich chicken curry.

Follow Maggie on Instagram: @omnivorescookbook


Radhika Penagonda (@justhomemade)

Radhika shares vegetarian and vegan South Indian recipes made from scratch. Through her aesthetically pleasing Instagram feed, she'll teach you about different types of Indian cuisines, ingredients, and meals.

Follow Radhika on Instagram: @justhomemade


Chheanna (@chheanna.p)

When it comes to Cambodian food, Chheanna's page is the ultimate spot for inspiration. Here, she shares step-by-step recipe tutorials, complete with ingredient lists and serving suggestions in each caption.

Follow Chheanna on Instagram: @chheanna.p


Vanjo Merano (@panlasangpinoy)

From Filipino bread rolls to chicken empanadas, Vanjo has made it all. With more than 430,000 followers on Instagram, he's clearly an online authority for all things Filipino food.

Follow Vanjo on Instagram: @panlasangpinoy


Max and Ming (@thokohmakan)

Food bloggers Max and Ming share homemade Asian recipes, from stir-fry pork belly with kimchi to miso chicken eggplant. In each post, you'll find helpful tips and tricks to recreate the dish at home.

Follow Max and Ming on Instagram: @thokohmakan


Richa (@veganricha)

As one of the most popular vegan food bloggers, Richa will teach out how to make vegan food from all types of cuisines. She's also the author of two cookbooks and has been featured on Huffington Post, Oprah.com, and more.

Follow Richa on Instagram: @veganricha