Google’s new Recipe View is going to make my job a lot easier and everyone’s recipe searches more specific.

When I first searched for Minestrone Soup on Google’s general search engine, the first result is the Wikipedia page for Minestrone. That’s not a recipe. But, by going to the left of the search results and clicking on the Recipe View, the search gets narrowed down to recipes only. On the toolbar to the left of the list of recipes, I then have the option of searching the Minestrone Soup recipes by ingredient, cook time, and calorie count.

Google’s Executive Chef, Scott Giambastiani, explains how easy and helpful the new Recipe View is in this video. I really like how you can search by holiday or event. Watch and find out how:

I know I’ll be using this Recipe View almost daily. Do you think you’ll be getting any use out of it? 

Robin Shreeves ( @rshreeves ) focuses on food from a family perspective from her home base in New Jersey.

Google's Recipe View makes recipe searches easier
The new search feature narrows searches to recipes only and customizes and filters recipe searches.