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Use Recipe Bridge to Get Thousands of Recipe Options Just by Listing a Single Ingredient

A Google For Recipes: Recipe Bridge

Don't ask me how it happened, but I have some weird and random food ingredients in my kitchen. Take the can of chickpeas that have been sitting in my cupboard for two weeks — after the urge for hummus subsided, they were left to sit and wait until I could figure out some other way to use them.

No need to wait any longer, little chickpeas, I've found Recipe Bridge. Like a Google for recipes, just type in an ingredient, and you'll get thousands of recipe options for that particular item. Who knew there were so many ways to use chickpeas in a meal?!

And for other amazing recipes, be sure to head on over to YumSugar!

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J-Rabbit J-Rabbit 8 years
You could also just do a regular google search, for example "chickpea recipes." I think it would be more useful if you had several different ingredients and could search recipes to see what uses some or all of the ingredients.
TidalWave TidalWave 8 years
i'm still gonna stick by Allrecipes.com's ingredient search! You can pick what you want to include and exclude and it'll find recipes that match your needs plus it has all the reviews and user tips right there!
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