14 TikTok Accounts To Follow For Cooking Inspiration - SheerLuxe

14 TikTok Accounts To Follow For Cooking Inspiration - SheerLuxe

TikTok Food Accounts You Should Follow

Are you tired of scrolling through countless TikTok recipes? We've rounded up our favorite food accounts that you should follow now. These content creators showcase everything from weeknight dinner ideas to private chefs whipping up adventurous dishes.

Meredith Hayden

Meredith Hayden is a private chef and recipe developer based in NYC. Her short videos include ten-minute dinner ideas to elaborate five-course meals. She also shares hauls from farmers markets and "come shopping with me" videos.


Jules started making cocktails with her sister in lockdown before launching her TikTok account three years ago. She creates easy-to-follow cocktail recipes using minimal ingredients, so you can learn to make classic cocktails and more unusual combinations.


Maddi is a private chef who shares quick dinner ideas with a classic cocktail or two. She also shares the ingredients or food trends she's loving, from pickled veg to pho takeaways.

Rob Li

Rob Li is a private chef in the Hamptons who shares catering tips and techniques with his 750k+ followers. His content is both relaxing and fascinating.

Seema Pankhania

Seema Pankhania is a London-based chef who recreates delicacies from around the world. She loves Asian food, so look out for her noodle recipes and curries.

Kristen Faith

Kristen Faith is a US-based home cook who cooks with seasonal produce. Her dishes include premium fillet steak, scallops, and short beef ribs. She also has a Substack with weekly recipes.


Auri is a London-based chef who specializes in Jamaican food, including jerk chicken, jollof rice, and curry goat.

Emily English

Emily English is a registered nutritionist who makes healthy, balanced meals that are easy to follow. Her top dishes include gyoza ramen, crispy chicken with cabbage slaw, and meal-prep sausage muffins.

Nguyen Yeats-Brown

Nguyen Yeats-Brown takes her followers around London and the world to discover under-the-radar restaurants serving the best Asian food. She also recreates her favorites after stocking up at her local Chinese supermarket.

Natalia Rudin

Natalia Rudin creates vibrant, plant-based dishes packed with fruit and vegetables. She makes lots of hearty stews, dishes topped with pickles, and generous bowls of pasta full of plant-based protein.

Julius Roberts

Julius Roberts quit his job in the city to move to a farm in South Dorset, where he cooks seasonal dishes in his kitchen. His videos inspire you to try new ways with vegetables and find beauty in eating with the seasons.

Quick One Pot Thai Green Noodles Recipe

This is the recipe that you need when you don't want to cook but want something fresh, filling, and healthy. It's super versatile, and you can swap the vegetables for whatever you have in your fridge and use whatever protein you like.


  • 1 tin light coconut milk
  • 2 heaped tbsp Thai green curry paste
  • 2 tbsp each fish and soy sauce
  • 1/2 chicken stock cube
  • 1 carrot, julienne or peeled into ribbons
  • Handful tender stem broccoli
  • 1 red pepper
  • 3 tbsp peas or edamame
  • 160g raw prawns
  • 2 spring onion
  • 2 nests of dried egg noodles


  1. Tip the coconut milk into a large saucepan.
  2. Fill the tin back up with water and tip in.
  3. Add the Thai paste, chicken stock cube, soy, and fish sauce.
  4. Bring up to a simmer.
  5. Prep your veg in the meantime.
  6. Mix the noodles, veg, and prawns into the saucepan.
  7. Cover with a lid and let simmer for 4-5 minutes until everything is cooked.
  8. Serve and enjoy.

Portion up and feel free to top with extra spring onion, coriander, and some chili. The leftovers will keep for two days.

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