Hi everyone, thanks for checking out my Indian recipes app!
There are lots of authentic Indian recipes including street food, Indian snacks, curries and desserts to inspire you and every month we'll be adding lots more brand new recipes, events and cookery ideas too. From easy mid-week curries, weekend spicy brunch ideas, regional Indian recipes to weekend curries that you can share with family and friends. There lots of spice tips, upcoming events and cookery classes, my favourite Indian restaurants and travel ideas to cities across India to explore as well.
We also have a brilliant Recipe finder which will give you plenty of ideas depending on what you have in your kitchen!
Happy cooking, Maunika x
• *Saved Recipes* Saved recipes should now persistent. You must register an account to save recipes.
• Removed searches until they're fully functioning
Ratings and Reviews
Overpriced- Not designed for IPad
This app is overpriced with a very few recipe collection in my opinion . I was able to access the same from the web page - open source. It is very unfair to charge 3.99$ dollars for this app with the same options . Moreover, I initially purchased this from my iPad as I intended to use it on my iPad . This app was definitely not developed for iPad resolution . You can’t say it’s iPad compatible just because you can Launch it form iPad . Very bad user experience for 3.99$. I would rather want my money back .
Toggle between metric and imperial
I know the whole rest of the world uses the metric system but the US doesn’t so I can’t just glance at a recipe and know what 200 grams is without exiting the app to convert it, which is a pain. If there was a way for users to toggle between metric and imperial this app would get 5 stars from me!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.