Looking for a Great Recipe or Helpful Cooking Tools? Try Yummly

by Tech Mainstream Staff


May 20, 2019


Looking for a Great Recipe or Helpful Cooking Tools? Try Yummly


With over 30 million users, Yummly provides foodie aficionados with an abundance of recipe opportunities, cooking tools and videos. Yummly enables you to "search over 2 million recipes, including Yummly exclusive recipes." Yummly includes step-by-step recipes with vivid images, video tutorials, oven timers and handy tools that will ease your cooking experience.

Yummly assists in recipe mining by helping you find the perfect recipe. Sort and filter finds the right recipe by cook time, course, cuisine, occasion, diet, allergy, nutrition and more! Collect your favorites by saving and organizing recipes in your personal recipe box. For recipe ideas, Yummly additionally offers article content browsing including kitchen tips, trending foods, and recipe roundups. For recipes not found on Yummly, for example those found on other websites and apps, a bookmarklet function is available for Yummly users to save recipes.

With Yummly you can add a recipe(s) to your calendar and a reminder to remind you when to start cooking. Smart shopping list allows you to "manage your list, add a recipe’s ingredients with one touch, and sort everything by grocery store aisle." Instacart is now available and fully integrated with the Yummly shopping list. For web publishers and bloggers a Yum button is available to help website users and viewers save recipes to Yummly.

As for yummly's awards and kudos, "Yummly is proud to be among the Top 100 essential apps from Apple, a 3x Webby Award yearly winner since 2016, a Google Play Award Nominee for best app, and a past 'Best of App store' winner." Definitely worth a try for your cooking needs.

 

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