If binge-ing on food videos is your jam, check out these intricate miniature cooking pages
A moment from The Tiny Foods channel. Pic Courtesy/Youtube
A Shining steel kitchen play set, complete with a mini kadhai, handi, tawa, gas, and bite-sized ladle, plates and bowls, was gifted to this writer as a child. From talcum powder to the occasional ball of maida dough that our mother spared us, we play-cooked our way to glory. The miniature kitchen is lost now, and we perennially agonise over what to cook or eat for the day. But what remains as delicious as ever is miniature cooking. We recently stumbled upon these cool channels that make burgers, pulao, biryani, and more, all smaller than your thumb. Here are The Guide’s Top 4 picks:
1 With 1.77 million subscribers, Miniature Food Farm offers a host of recipes, prepared aesthetically amid a make-believe farm setup. Check out the kuchi idli and mini aloo paratha recipes.
Log on to https://www.youtube.com/c/MiniatureFoodFarm
2 How small is too small? Watch the makers at The Tiny Foods create a step cake that’s incredibly detailed and in time for the festive season.
Log on to https://www.youtube.com/c/TheTinyFoods
3 Tiny Cakes is dedicated to baking. Choose from recipes of tomato cake decoration, Coca Cola cake, miniature lollipop and more.
Log on to https://www.youtube.com/c/TinyCakesOfficial/featured
4 Creator Minnie B introduces us to versions of popular packaged food brands such as tiny Lays and Cheetos, and kitchen equipment like a tiny vending machine, mixer blender and even a waffle maker.
Log on to https://www.instagram.com/my.mini.bakes/