Best apps for learning how to cook

Jul 10, 2016

I love cooking, mainly because I know how to make amazing food. People who aren’t as kitchen-savvy as they’d like to be should get some or all of these apps and start making your own tasty food today.

Cooking Basics ($7.99)

The app is a bit pricey and not updated recently, still among the best apps to start learning cooking or improving your skills. Recipes are easy to understand and follow and there are demos for each recipes. This app is perfect for the more less confident chefs who need help making basic dishes and tasty drinks.

Epicurious Recipes & Shopping List (Free)

This awesome app has more than 30,000 delicious recipes that will have you cooking in no time. It has a tremendously simple operating system that gives you step by step instructions so that it becomes hard to get a recipe wrong.

SideChef: Step-by-step cooking (Free)

The app contains more than 2,500 step-by-step curated recipes for every skill levels. It contains how-to videos, and comes with social features. The opening page of the app is updated daily for those who are looking ideas every day.

NYT Cooking – Recipes from The New York Times (Free)

One of the best app for those already possessing basic cooking skills. It contains more than 15,000 recipes with clear description and photos; there are many extra features like creating a collection, making private notes, etc. that makes this app really useful.

Food Network In the Kitchen (Free)

This app will get you more than prepared to make delicious meals. It even has all the tools you’ll need to make every recipe.

Jamie Oliver’s Recipes (Free)

This “free” app isn’t actually free so don’t get mad when you download it with high hopes but then have to pay to get certain recipes and watch video tutorials for doing amazing cooking.

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