What is the address of the web site that will let you list the food you have and it will send you recipes to match your supplies?
By guest (Guest Post) Flag
February 25, 2009
Hi, just Google 'cooking with what's on hand' and you should get at least one website. Nancy in NC
I'm looking for website which tells you what you can make for a meal. You click by the ingredients you have available, and up comes a recipe or two. I lost all emails, that link included.
Thanks! Mikki from WI
http://www.kraft.com has a great one you can choose a few ingredients that you have and it will list what you can make.
Another good one is http://www.campbellsoup.com.
http://allrecipes.com also has a place where you can put in what ingredients you want and what you don't want and it will give you recipes.
I think this is what you're looking for
Does anyone know the name of the website where you can enter what ingredients you have in your fridge (or on hand) and it will give you recipes based on those ingredients? Thanks!
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)