Tasty is responsible for some of our favorite step-by-step video recipes, and the app is just as good at guiding you to culinary success. But we didn’t expect such a well made app too. You can search by ingredients, filter out particular ingredients you’re not keen on, or filter by your particular diet.
With more than 18,000 recipes, the New York Times Cooking app not only provides stunning photography but also easy-to-follow steps. You can search for recipes by meal type, preparation method, and more. While the app is free to download, you’ll need a subscription to access content — you can either pay $5 per month or $40 for an entire year.
Half of the fun of cooking is sharing your creations, and the Cookpad app gives you the perfect place to do that. Swap recipes with other cooks, whether friends, family, or strangers, then share your creations on the app when done. Comments allow you and others to suggest changes, or allergy substitutions — or simply congratulate each other. If you love to share your cooking skills (or lack thereof) then this is the perfect app for you.
Food Network In the Kitchen
Looking for an easy-to-follow app while cooking? Food Network’s In the Kitchen app now helps you make meals with voice commands. The app gives you access to more than 70,000 recipes, whether it’s breakfast, lunch, dinner, or dessert.
Uber Eats: Food Delivery
With Uber Eats, ordering food is simple — especially if you’ve used Uber before. Browse the menu of available restaurants to order from and pay straight through the app by linking your credit or debit card. You’ll then be given an estimated delivery time and you can track the location of your order in real time.