A warm welcome to you!!!

Thanks for visiting the blog and taking some time to know about Indian Curry Trail. It is managed by Uma Ramanujam who is the heart and soul behind this culinary blog.

Uma Ramanujam is a fulltime IT professional and a part-time food blogger. Food & its various cuisines have always fascinated her. What started as a leisure activity kindled her deeply hidden passion for cooking, food styling and food photography and that’s how her first blog site Indiancurrytrail took shape. 

She is a proud mother and figuring out what she can prepare for her kid every day was the motivation behind her lunchbox series in her Instagram. Apart from food, she is fond of Sarees and loves to live life to its fullest, loves travelling, seeing new places, enjoying their heritage. 

She lives in Chennai with her husband and daughter and can be reached on Instagram / Facebook / Twitter / Pinterest.

She also manages a Youtube channel with the recipe videos. You can subscribe for recipe updates.

This blog is open to all, anyone can come here, read and try the recipes at your home.

It was Initially started as www.umaskitchenexperiments.com and then, the name changed to www.indiancurrytrail.com


All the experimented recipes here are prepared according to uma's family taste and are tasted by uma and her family. You can very well tweak it to your taste. All the recipes are from her  family's and friend's collection and the pictures are owned and clicked by her.

There is a huge effort, work life balance behind this blog and its every recipe. So, request to give due credit if you want to use my PICTUREs or recipes.

If you have any clarifications or further questions, kindly write back to us. You can also reach us through the email id indiancurrytrail.com. Your comments/mails boost me up more and more.

Thanks for spending your time !!! Keep Visiting!!!


Hi Uma... Nice reading about you. I have been an anonymous visitor to your site for sometime now. Actually when I stared blogging, the first name that came to my mind was "My Kitchen Experiments". I searched for it and that is how I came across your beautiful blog. Today, I've decided to follow you. You have some good recipes with even greater photos. Just love it.

Thanks Love to Experiment. I am glad that you like my recipes and photos. Keep visiting.

your "pin it" feature is not bringing up any pinnable images on any of your recipes!

You have an awesome collection of comforting recipes. Happy to follow you Uma.

@ Anonymous, Thanks for letting me know. I have changed the code now. It is working fine now.

Hi, Uma, I love your blog. Do you have any advice on making Tandoor/Tandoori dishes, including breads, in the Europe and the US? I am thinking of buying a modern stainless-steel clay oven that operates on either charcoal or gas and teaching myself to use it by watching videos online. I have lived and cooked in India, but never learned to use a Tandoor oven. Thanks and keep up the good work!! :) -Sean

@Sean, Sorry I have no idea about modern clay oven. But I used convection oven only for all tandoori dishes. You can make many tandoori dishes using it. Still you need any information about modern clay oven, I will check with my friends and update.

Perfect blog..lovely clicks....very happy to be here and follow you

Hi uma, nice to hear that you are from tamil nadu. Your blog has lovely clicks and the recipes are good.


i would like to get in touch with you with regarding to my client California Pizza Kitchen. Request you to share your coordinate to the mail id krishna@avian-media.com to get in touch with you

Hi Uma

Greeting from South Africa! Thank you for the variety of vegetarian recipes.I love that you include step by step pics. Really inspiring.

Glad to know about you...lovely blog and superb clicks

The food display and the photos are awesome. Keep going ;) Good Luck :)


Great Work Uma ! Superb Presentation Skills :) and I am even more curiuos to know who does the clicking. They are a source of Inspiration to me .

Hi Uma, Came across your Instagram account accidentally and just got hooked by amazing and mouthwatering tiffin pics! I so wish I was your neighbor or colleague or friend and could taste your food. Loved reading about your family and traditional recipes here-anything learnt from mom, MIL or grandmother is golden in my books. Love your work especially your insta account!


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