Cheers! Yummly is Now Available in the UK
Today, we’re excited to announce that Yummly has launched in the UK! Now, you can make authentic Fish and Chips on both sides of the pond whether you’re using Yummly.com, Yummly.co.uk, or our iOS mobile app!
“Brilliant! So what does that mean for me?”
No more fretting about how many grams of flour to add in a recipe that calls for 1 cup! No more Internet searches to see if caster sugar is the same as granulated or powdered.
You’re getting all of Yummly’s powerful search abilities, nutritional filters, and data-driven food recommendations, catered to local UK flavours. Since our data shows that UK cooks like to experiment with many different cuisines in the kitchen, we made finding great, exotic new recipes easy! Put away your weeknight spag bol recipe and sample some of our 15,000 curries (or one of our countless Mexican, Chinese, Thai, French, and Italian recipes). On top of that, we’ve enhanced our smart search filters so that you can easily select the perfect dish for afternoon tea, sunday lunch, and every holiday from New Year’s to Christmas.
With the new site, users will have access to over 50,000 unique recipes from popular UK recipe publishers such as BBC Good Food, Channel 4 Food, and Allrecipes UK, all written with local units, ingredients, and food brands.
“Bugger all! What about the Yums I’ve already got?”
Not a problem! The recipes available on the US site are available in the UK and vice versa. Your saved yums, collections, and taste preferences are universally accessible no matter which platform you use! All you need to do is login as normal and we’ll take care of the rest.
Plus, if you’re using our mobile app in the UK, we’ve optimised the app to your location dynamically, so you’re all set!
Check out some of the Yummly new nosh we’ve discovered!
Tasty Cottage Pies from BBC Good Food
Welsh Rarebit With A Twist from Channel 4 Food
Yorkshire Puddings from The Pink Whisk
And see what some of the most popular searches are in the UK!
We’re absolutely chuffed to be in the UK! Let us know what you think in the comments below.