I don’t know about you, but I am easily overwhelmed by the amount of recipes on the internet. Really, I have a love-hate relationship with recipe searches. I LOVE being able to find any recipe I can think of and many that I never thought of. I HATE that there are so many options and I have no idea which version of the recipe is going to taste the best. That’s why I have stopped doing general recipe searches and now just go straight to my go-to sources. It frees up my time by not scrolling through 20 versions of Asian Chicken, for example, and makes me feel so much more confident when I have a website or two that I can trust. I wanted to share one of those sources with you today:
These are the reasons I love this website:
- You can search by ingredient
- You can search by food group or type of dish
- You can save recipes into your “cookbook”
- You can view recipe books
- You can print your recipe book
- You can view recipe demos
- You can refine your search by cost, cuisine, diet, and cooking method
With all of these options, what’s not to love about USDA’s What’s Cooking? Best of all, is it saves me time by going to only one place when I’m making my weekly menu.
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Please share: what is your favorite website for recipes?