Passionate home cooks know the feeling. You are surrounded by the best recipes, but recipe search often comes with a small problem. You have to rummage around the words (and ads) that get in the way you get to the actual step-by-step recipe instructions.
If you hate that, these three Chrome extensions can help you view the recipe neatly without the clutter.
Go to any food blog and this Open Source Chrome extension will identify the recipe on the page. It then extracts a copy of the recipe card and displays it front and center. You don’t have to scroll through verbose explanations and rat’s nest of web garbage to reach the real instructions.
The extension also works with bookmarklets that can save to your favorite recipe manager (i.e. Paprika).
Download: RecipeFilter for Chrome (Free)
Install the Chrome extension and clip the MealClip icon on the toolbar. Also, you can click the small button in the top right corner of any page that appears to contain a recipe. A neat list of ingredients and instructions will appear on the screen in a clean readable format.
It works like a readability extension that cleans up the formatting of any webpage.
Download: MealClip for Chrome (Free)
3. Copy Me That
This recipe clipper can help you build and manage your recipe collection with a click. Copy any recipe from a food website with a click and it will remove all the excess formatting for you. Store and manage all your saved recipes on your free Copy Me That account.
You can then plan your meals and go shopping with the meal planning tools on the site. You have to register and log into your Copy Me That account.
Download: Copy Me That for Chrome (Free)
Find the Inspiration to Cook!
Today, there are a lot of tools built to encourage you to cook more. Maybe, the only problem is finding the time for it. So, these websites for quick meal recipes might be just the thing save time with the above three Chrome extensions on.