New food apps: 300 recipes for raw food and weeping ice cream
Tuesday 22 March 2011
This week's new food apps include recipes for healthy, vegetable-based stews from Hungary, traditional Persian recipes, chocolate truffles and an ice cream that cries cayenne pepper.
This app promises healthy, vegetable-based Hungarian pottage recipes, including beetroot, broccoli and cabbage stews. Pottage is a thick stew made by boiling vegetables and grains. The app also features a shopping list which you can manage so you don't forget any ingredients and allows you to modify quantities as well. Sells for $0.99.
Chocolate Truffles recipe
For the chocolate lover, this app promises truffle recipes that use different liqueurs, spices, nuts, candied fruit, coffee and purées. Sells for $0.99.
Shiva's Persian Recipes
Apparently Shiva's recipes for traditional Iranian dishes like Dolmeh Felfel (stuffed peppers), Kabobs, and Khoresh Gheimeh (lamb stew) have been passed down from generations. Developers promise to update the app with new recipes every month. Sells for $0.99.
Dessert Frozen Recipes
Really the app should be called an ice cream app, considering most of the recipes are for ice cream. The basis for all recipes is a custard cream, which can then be changed to create a variety of flavors that range from classic to gourmet, like Old English Toffee, Banana Peanut Butter, to Crying Cayenne, Marshmallow Vanilla and Brown Sugar Pecan. Sells for $0.99.
Do Eat Raw
Though the raw food diet peaked a few years ago as a trendy, fat- (and taste-) busting body slimmer, developers have come out with a raw food app that features 300 vegan recipes for raw food. They include dressings, spreads, dips, beverages and desserts. Sells for $ 0.99
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