Even though some of our favourite restaurants have re-opened since the relaxation of some lockdown regulations, people might still be too anxious to go back to public dining.
If you are one of those people then you are probably still taking this time to experiment in the kitchen.
Whether you are a self-proclaimed foodie or not these TikTok accounts will help keep you inspired to try new dishes.
Actress and Vegan TikToker Tabitha Brown has become a fan favourite on the platform with her relatable content and messages of hope. Her calming personality makes her videos a breeze to watch while her recipes always look simple and achievable.
Don’t burn yalls like I did talking to my husband🤦🏾♀️ but if you do, that’s your business ❤️ spinach cheese toast with avocado 🥑 ##tabithabrown
While there are many global foodie pages that keep us busy on TikTok, the one that you have to keep your eye on is the FoodiesSA page. As one of the best local food profiles on TikTok, South African users shouldn’t miss out on it. With easy 60 second long videos, everyone can learn to recreate the amazing meals.
Sonny Hurrell has been a professional chef for 17 years and has now taken his craft to TikTok. Whether you’re looking for simple tutorials on how to correctly chop an onion, or complex pastry recipes, Sonny has it all. Get ready to have your mouth watering, because there are plenty of recipes we are dying to try out on his page.
If you, like most millennials, are obsessed with Starbucks drinks then @starbucksrecipeswithm is the best account for you. On her account barista Maya Smith shares how you can recreate your favourite Starbucks drinks at home, with her step-by-step guides.
With over 1.2 million followers Eitan Bernath has quickly become one of the most popular creators on TikTok. The 18-year-old chef who makes quick and engaging videos on everything from homemade Punjabi samosas to how to elevate your food photography, is definitely one to follow. This account will also leave you drooling.