It’s been a long time coming, but we’re finally making some changes to the site that we hope you’ll enjoy. The process of improving the site is far from over, with many new features to be unveiled in the coming months. But we thought we’d get the basic functions out there as soon as we could so that you can play around and let us know your feedback.
Most of the changes and features have been made in response to requests we’ve received from you
Using the improved BBC Food recipe search allows you to sort through more than 12,000 recipes from your favourite BBC programmes. We’ve added:
Did we mention we have more than 12,000 recipes? That’s a lot of pictures to take, but we’re trying to add more helpful visuals as we go along. For now we have added:
We’ll be adding clips from BBC iPlayer to the recipe page to get you right into the part of the programme where the recipe is demonstrated. We’ll kick off by adding clips from programmes that are available for the entire length of the series so that you can use them for longer.
The links at the top of each page connect you to recipes by chef, ingredient, programme and (coming soon) better pages of inspiration and information on foods by season and special occasion. Links on every ingredient allow you to quickly look up unfamiliar foods to find out more. Recommendations on the right hand side of each recipe page
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Type the ingredients you want to use, then click Go. For better results you can use quotation marks around phrases (e.g. "chicken breast"). Alternatively you can search by chef, programme, cuisine, diet, or dish (e.g. Lasagne).
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