Cool Cooking Apps To Take You From Foodie to Chef!
Food is not simply a necessity of life. Besides giving us health and nutrition, the process of cooking food itself can be cathartic. If you are a foodie who loves to explore varied cuisines and experiment with creating your own dishes then check out these five cooking apps now, and who knows, maybe you’ll become a Master Chef!
Kitchen Stories: A wonderful app for those who love cooking, Kitchen Stories promises to help you prepare a meal that will spark of a series named, “How I Cooked For Your Mother”. With a wide variety of delectable recipes which are conveniently categorised as desserts, soups and so on, you can quickly choose a recipe and get to preparing a yummy meal that’s sure to woo your woman over. It also has a built-in shopping list and features new recipes every week for your every need.
Cookpad: If you are open to reviews and love networking, Cookpad is the app for you. Formerly known as All the Cooks, it allows you to share recipes with others, add pictures of your food preparations, read comments about probable changes and tweaks to your recipe to combat allergies and improve taste and also add your views about others’ recipes. How cool is that?
Green Kitchen: For those of you love vegetarian food and can’t get enough of it, download Green Kitchen on your iPhone or iPad and discover up to 129 different recipes which promise a totally yummy veggie experience and wholesome goodness. With colour-rich photos, detailed and user-friendly instructions, shopping lists of cooking ingredients and Apple Watch support, you get an absolutely delicious meal on your plate and a wonderful finger-licking experience. You can also AirPrint recipes or search for them using Siri integration. Besides boasting of a built-in library of vegetarian recipes, you can even expand the library through in-app purchases.
BigOven: A perfect app to give you the much-needed inspiration to create a perfect meal, BigOven features over 350,000 recipes, a weekly organiser, a customised grocery list so you can add your favourite ingredients, a photography feature which allows you to post pictures of your own creations and a social networking feature which gives you the chance to sneak up on what your family, friends and top food bloggers are cooking.
New York Times Cooking: With more than 17,000 recipes from the New York Times’ archive, the New York Times Cooking app is sure to make you fall in love with cooking! You can save recipes, leave a review and also use the search filters to select a recipe based on your preferred preparation method, diet, meal type, cuisine type, etc and enhance your time spent in the kitchen. What’s more, you can also sync your favourite recipes with the Evernote app for quick access.