Cooking Recipe apps are certainly a lifesaver when it comes to planning and preparing nutritious meals for you and your family. Try these Recipe Apps to start. You will find yourself cooking up a storm in no time.
With a few taps, you can quickly access piles of delicious recipes, create your own shopping lists and even share your foodie masterpieces with friends. Try these recipe apps for starters.
Popular British chef Jamie Oliver has put out this easy to use app that is visually appealing as well as helpful. If you’re a complete novice in the kitchen then just watch Jamie’s videos that explain such things as how to chop an onion or cooking the perfect steak. The Jamie Oliver 20 Minute Meals app has just 60 recipes that focus on main meals, but with some salads and desserts, so it’s about quality rather than quantity. The app is highly rated for its step–by-step photos for each part of the cooking process and clear instructions on what you’ll need in terms of ingredients and equipment.
If you’re after a healthy food app for your family but without the bland, boring recipes, then try OMG! I Can Eat That? Australian cook Jane Kennedy has devised this handy app comprising lots of simple, tasty dishes that don’t require you to be a master chef to make them. Using healthy additions such as fresh herbs, spices, chillies and limes to boost the flavour content, you can have delicious meals without overdoing the fat. The recipes are organised into chapters such as ‘Comfort Classics’ ‘Fish & Seafood’ ‘Lamb & Pork’ and there’s a healthy ‘Dessert’ section too. Features include high-resolution images, a global shopping list, favourite lists and short video tips.
Completely in the dark when it comes to cooking meat? Another popular Australian owned app is Ask the Butcher where you can browse by animal, get explanations for each cut of meat and a selection of recipes that work best for a particular cut.
You don’t have to worry about overcooking or under cooking meat either as it has a timer that lets you know when to start and finish cooking, and how long to rest it. Other features include meat tips, recipes from well-known Australian chefs and social media sharing.
Taste is a popular recipe app based on Australia’s favourite food magazine. You can search the large database of recipes, or choose from filters such as ‘special occasions’ ’15-minute meals’ or ‘comfort food’.
Each recipe is rated and reviewed so you can see what others thought of it. Recipes guide you through step by step in a clear and concise manner. You can also create a shopping list, favourite popular recipes, view what others thought of recipes and access nutritional information.
Fast becoming the essential free app you can’t do without in the kitchen, Cook is a visually stunning app that lets you create your recipe book. It has thousands of recipes from regular home cooks, as well as celebrity chefs such as Luke Mangan, Matt Moran Neil Perry.
Created by Australian Jodie Mule the Cook app gives you access to thousands of recipes from around the world with more being added all the time. You can search by country or type of food, e.g., ‘healthy’ or ‘quick and easy’ and recipes are rated and commented on as to their yumminess.
Be sure to recycle all your waste through your SINGLE or DOUBLERecyclit Waste Chute.