4 Ingredients iPhone app

Posted on November 12th, by Liam in AppBooks, iPhone Apps, Portfolio. Comments Off on 4 Ingredients iPhone app

4 Ingredients iPhone app

The whole concept of 4 Ingredients is to make quick, easy and delicious food.

The 4 Ingredients cookbook includes more than 400 recipes. To date the print version of 4 Ingredients has sold more than a million copies and has now come to the iPhone and iPod Touch.

Only using 4 or less ingredients in a meal, helps keep the weekly budget in line, as you simply don’t need to buy as much from the supermarket.

Busy people, here’s your ultimate time saver, you don’t have to spend hours in the kitchen. You can spend your precious time doing what you love to do.

If you look at your watch and you think, “Oh no, it’s 5 o’clock – What am I going to cook for dinner?” The 4 Ingredients App is for you. It doesn’t matter where you are, within just a few seconds, you can choose your evening meal or maybe decide what you want while your in the supermarket and go grab the ingredients you need in about 2 minutes flat.

This AppBook is simple and fast to use, it doesn’t require internet access and you can search by either ingredient or category or build recipes by ingredient using the ‘recipe builder’. Also features add to shopping list, email shopping list, favourites and (coming soon) news from 4 Ingredients.

We hope that these quick, easy and delicious recipes free up more of your time in the kitchen so you can spend more time outside the kitchen doing the things you love!

Happy Cooking – Kim


4 Ingredients Website
4 Ingredients Facebook page
4 Ingredients Twitter
4 Ingredients You Tube Channel


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