Whether you’re a whizz in the kitchen looking for some inspiration or a newbie trying to work out the difference between blanching, braising and broiling; there are apps out there to take your cooking to the next level on World Food Day (16 October). Here’s a little taste of the top free apps.
Started around 15 years ago by a techie who loves to cook, BigOven has become a favourite among foodies. The app gives you access to more than 500 000 recipes while also helping you compile your grocery list and plan menus according to your preferences. You can also store your own recipes from other sources and share your creations with friends and family (or peek at those of other users). Available for iOS and Android.
Now you can re-create some of Jamie Oliver’s best dishes, with the popular TV chef giving you step-by-step guidance along the way. Jamie’s Recipes delivers 15 seasonal recipes, ranging from quick dinners and midweek meals to dinner party showstoppers and indulgent treats, to your phone every week. The recipes come with how-to guides, photos and videos. Av...
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