Clip recipes from any website or blog.
ChefTap can clip recipes from any website that is in English. You might be able to clip recipes that are in other languages, depending on the site.
Clip from your regular browser by adding ChefTap to your Share menu.
It just takes a minute and makes clipping much easier.
- From your regular browser, tap the Share icon
- Tap on the More icon. (You may have to swipe left to see it).
- Then, enable ChefTap from the list that appears.
- Now, when you want to clip a recipe, just tap Share, then ChefTap.
Use this browser to import an entire Pinterest board.
- Make sure that you are signed into Pinterest.
- If the site asks you to use the Pinterest app, don’t accept. Click Stay in Browser.
- Navigate to the pinboard that you want, then tap Clip in the upper right corner.
Use this browser if you have to be signed in to see a recipe.
A few final tips:
- The webpage that you clip from should only have one recipe on it.
- Make sure that the ingredients and steps are on the same page.
- If there are missing steps or ingredients, tap Edit, then Show Extra Text at the bottom of the page. Extra text from the original webpage will appear. Add any line to the recipe by tapping on it and selecting an option such as Ingredient, Step, etc.
- If you find that your recipe is missing a lot of steps or ingredients, here are some things to try:
- If there is a print version of the recipe, try clipping that instead.
- If you are on a mobile site, see if you can find the same recipe on the desktop version of the site.
- The recipes that clip the best are the ones that look like, well, recipes. That is, it works best if there is a list of ingredients and instructions. Recipes that are more like stories, with a lot of conversational text, might not clip as cleanly. You can still clip those recipes, but you may have to clean them up a bit.