Kathy from SD
Editor's Note: ThriftyFun's recipe search essentially works that way. Just enter the ingredients you have in the search for and it generally returns the right recipes. Our recipe search is located here: http://www.thriftyfun.com/recipes.ldml
Try CookingByNumbers.com -- I've used this successfully, and the recipes are interesting, especially if you don't have much on hand!
Good luck! (07/02/2007)
By Nancy from Florida
I use cooks.com. (07/02/2007)
cdkitchen and www.cookbooks.com both let you search by ingredients, too. cookbooks is a fun site - it's recipes from community and church cookbooks around the USA. Good luck! (07/04/2007)
I think you can do that at bettycrocker.com (07/04/2007)
How about the Pantry Chef?
Type in what you have and it tells you what you can make, ranked by % of ingredients you already have. (10/09/2007)
snacksby.com is made for this. You write everything you have in your pantry and they give you a list of recipes you can make. (01/03/2008)
A new website that does what you describe is:
It is visual drag and drop interface. (12/19/2008)
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