EasyChef, the recipe browser revamped

Just imagine how easy it would be to whip up new recipes every day using the food you’ve got at home with the benefits of the healthy Mediterranean diet. Sounds scrumptious, right?

Well that’s what EasyChef’s about. 

Available in the App Store Compatible with iPhone and iPod Touch. Requires iOS 4 or later.

EasyChef in Generació Digital

On September 28, 2011 in the program Generació Digital Channel 33 (Television of Catalonia) there was a mention to EasyChef in the report of kitchen applications for mobile devices.

Reverse search engine of recipes

EasyChef integrates a reverse search engine that sorts recipes by preselected ingredients.

The concept couldn’t be simpler: "Prepare different dishes using the food you’ve got at home. No extra shopping required." .

EasyChef shows a descending list of hits depending on the selected ingredients. Increase your search results by choosing as many ingredients as possible.

Select ingredients from 12 families of products
Select the largest quantity of ingredients.

Recipe detail

Each recipe provides the following information: Difficulty, represented by five “chef” hats, and Number of Diners recommended for the amounts listed. You can also save the recipe for easy access as required.

Also in the top bar you will find a button with a star that you can use to save the recipe, so you will not have to be sought again.

Mark as a favourite recipe
Difficulty
Number of guests
Ingredients that are not selected from the fridge

Constantly updated

The EasyChef database is “cloud-based,” so you will always have the latest recipes at your fingertips. As soon as you start the app, the database will update automatically with new recipes.

+ 1000 recipes and counting

Our database features over 1000 recipes, but we add new ingredients and dishes everyday to make sure you always find the perfect recipe.

The Mediterranean Diet: UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage 

The Mediterranean diet is a modern nutritional recommendation inspired by the traditional dietary patterns of Mediterranean countries, particularly Spain, the south of France, Italy, Greece and Malta. UNESCO included it on the Intangible Cultural Heritage list on November, 16 2010*. (Partially extracted from Wikipedia)

*Extracto de la Wikipedia

EasyChef for iPhone

Available in the App Store