Google has added a new feature in the United States and Japan earlier yesterday, which provides users the filters to search recipes across the net.
The new feature is christened recipe view.
To access this view, go to google.com, and type the name of a dish. In the example chosen here, it is vegetable biryani, seasoned rice from North India. On the left, select Recipes to enable recipe view. Here, you can filter recipes based on ingredients, calories, cooking time, format (video or text) amongst others.
The search result displays some key information to help the user make a choice whether to click on a link. It provides rating on five, number of reviews and the cooking time – pretty slick.
The recipe view feature is currently in pilot phase, and if (when) successful, will find home in other countries sometime down the line.