SavouryPot - Recipe Manager & Personal Cookbook

SavouryPot - Recipe Manager & Personal Cookbook

By Anton Zherdev

  • Category: Food & Drink
  • Release Date: 2014-11-06
  • Current Version: 1.13.7
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 100.83 MB
  • Developer: Anton Zherdev
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.

Description

SavouryPot is a wonderful recipe manager. Keep all your recipes in SavouryPot, creating a personal cookbook. • Save and organize your own recipes; • Import recipes from websites; • Scan recipes from your favourite books and magazines; • Feel the benefits of iCloud synchronization; • Take photos of your dishes and enjoy the magnificent view of recipes; • Find necessary recipes quickly with a smart search; • Scale recipes to cook a particular amount; • Cook comfortably using a special cook mode; • Set up timers in one tap; • Use one recipe as an ingredient of another; • Add ingredients into SavouryList - our free shopping list application; You can write a recipe manually or import recipes from websites with an intelligent universal algorithm, which works seemlessly with most websites.

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Reviews

  • Very useful, and easy to use.

    4
    By Ric80231
    I would like to recommend SavouryPot. It takes advantage of the computer platform to enhance its basic function of a recipe book. I particularly like the companion shopping list app, scaling, strike through, and cook timer functions. Together, these answer most of the cook's needs when preparing a recipe. A second app SavouryList, integrates a shopping list and this app writes to it when you decide to shop for a recipe. I particularly like being able to use an iPad when selecting a recipe. When you select the shop option it's ingredients appear in SavouryList. I can then use my SavouryList on my iPhone when shopping to remind me of the items I need. The scaling function is particularly useful for me as I only cook for one. I can thus get SavouryPot to change the quantities for a single person. You can scale recipes for up to a maximum of 16 servings, which hopefully is enough for most people. I find the strike though capability very useful. When preparing a recipe, if you tap each step in the recipe as you do it. The step's font becomes bold and the font of the previous steps are reduced in size. As ingredients are used, if you tap it, it is struck through and it's font size is reduced. This is also the case in the SavouryList app. You can thus seen exactly where you are in the preparation of a recipe or the shopping. Cooking times are an integral part of a recipe, SavouryPot identifies these and integrates a timer into the recipe. You tap the time in the recipe and the timer starts. Unlike many other recipe apps, this only comes with a few recipes, adding recipes is straight forward though. You can download them from a large and getting larger number of websites. SavouryPot makes a very good attempt at parsing the details. The recipe might require some editing, but that is considerably less time consuming than typing it in manually. Not that that is necessary, I have had success, dictating my recipes to the app. I am giving it 4 stars, I would have like to give it 5 stars, but there are features missing and there are areas that could do with improvement. There is no search function, so you cannot look in the cupboard, see what you have and then search for a recipe that uses those ingredients. I find the user interface to be basic. It is difficult to know what needs to be improved, but in my opinion, it needs more pizzazz. As someone who is overweight, watching the calories is part of life, SavouryPot does not include this information. None of these flaws is critical though. I am happy to recommend SavouryPot and SavouryList.
  • Excellent

    4
    By Kcstar86
    This is a really good app to save all those recipes you find online or in other people cook books, doesn't always work perfect when taking a picture of a recipe but is best app couldn't live with out it now.
  • Easy to collect recipes from the web

    5
    By ianxwin
    Find a recipe on the web, then import it. Almost magical the way it finds the ingredients and method and formats it. Brilliant app.

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