Dec 11, 2023By: Katya Naidu and Ayush Mehrotra
Few attempt a new dish without searching for recipes first. In 2023, it looks as if Indians tried to make everything — from cocktails to prasads to pudding. Here are the Google recipe search trends.
The most searched recipe involves the king of fruits, Mango. Surprisingly, the searches peaked in November. Are they really making it or watching it?
The spring break drink seems to be on everyone’s mind this year. The search for this recipe peaked in November.
The recipe made of five foods is offered as abhishek (a ritual) during Mahashivaratri – is the third most searched recipe in 2023.
This is a pickle too, but with a twist. The Japanese recipe includes cabbage, carrots, kosher salt, red chilies, and salt of course.
Guess people are hitting up the Internet for festival cooking. This Indian sweet made during Diwali is the sixth most searched recipe.
The Tamil dish is made of rice, moong daal and jaggery is also prepared as an offering to god.
The Andhra concoction of all tastes – sweet, bitter, sour etc, is made during the Telugu New Year.
Kolukattai is nothing but Modak, which is made of flour, jaggery and coconut and served during Ganesh festival.
It’s famous all over the year, but this recipe search also peaked in November indicating a Diwali cooking spree.