Here are top 5 cooking apps that helped people during the COVID-19 lockdown in India
Lockdown phase was difficult for everybody, but some people could go through it without losing their head only because they engaged themselves in different activities. Cooking has definitely been the one.
COVID-19 hit the nation last year, and it disrupted all of our lives. We got stuck within our four walls and had literally nothing to do. Our old habits came to our rescue. Cooking releases stress and mental pressure, and it really boosts up your energy. Alot of people tried cooking in this lockdown phase, and these are the cookery apps that helped them read on.
Tasty (iPhone and Android)
Tasty is generated by Buzzfeed and shows more than 4,000 kinds of recipes. It features methods based on your food preference, cuisine choice, time management. It is very easy to navigate and search for recipes that you want to make. It has a varied range of continental and Italian, Chinese recipes and very little Indian, but why not experiment?
Tarla Dalal (iPhone and Android)
Tarla Dalal is a very famous chef and writer who has written many cookbooks. When it comes to experience, she has it all, so why not listen to an experienced cook before digging our hands in the dough? You will see a widespread of paratha recipes, South Indian dishes, North Indian dishes and many more. The app can be used by anyone.
Archana's Kitchen (iPhone and Android)
You want to experiment with Indian dishes? Head to Archana's kitchen app like most of us did during the lockdown. Who will like daal chawal or rajma chawal every day? Her app features Chettinad, Konkan, Kerala, Maharashtrian recipes along with Indo-Chinese and Mughlai recipes. She also has a section for kids, babies and toddlers.
Yummly (iPhone and Android)
Yummly has over 2 lakh recipes featuring American, Chinese, Asian, Cuban, Greek, French, German, Italian, Indian, and even Thai. It even recommends dishes according to your allergies, diets, etc.
Yum Recipes (iPhone and Android)
This app is only focused on Indian cuisine and has sections for each category, Veggies 4 Life, Thirsty, Meat Lovers, Dessert Porn, Quick Bites, and Cooking 101. It is a video-based app; though the recipes are helpful, the app's arrangement could have been better.