iPad is a great piece of machinery from Apple. It’s been widely used in many sectors for entertainment, business, household and many more. Based on my readings, iPad apps are commonly used for business people to increase their productivity while on the go. For Artists, Photographers and designers to lug around their portfolios. and, for busy mothers or single parent to cook for the family.
Yes, ladies and gentlemen. Productivity. Portfolio and COOKING. It’s no surprise since food is our major necessity. Everything is about food these days. and yeah, money too. haha
So, is any of the situations listed below sounds familiar?
- Everyone’s asking what to cook – Have you ever been asked by your mom, “nak Masak Apa?” or your dad asking, “Masak Apa tu?” or yourself asking, “Masak Apa malam ni?” The key question here is, what to cook?
- Limited ingredients. (oh no!) – Bachelors and newly weds most probably don’t have ready live stock and all the herbs like a normal household since they’re too busy.. uh.. you know.
- Super hectic lifestyle - Sometimes, you just want to prepare a snack or a quick meal because you have tonnes of work to do and you don’t really have time to think about what you eat. You just want to slap the kitchen and get a quick meal out of it that probably doesn’t involve mayonnaise and beef pepperoni.
- Losing the pounds – The most important thing for dieting is counting calories. Per meal should be around 200-300 calories, beyond these figure, it’ll be tough to lose weight. Similar for athletes and performers, they need to be in shape.
- Tight Budget - For those who wishes to spend less or planning to save money.
- For Specific occasion - Like cooking a romantic dinner, Hari Raya rendang, Thanks Giving roasts. Surely you’d wanna impress your guests, right?
- Boredom – *gasps* You don’t know what to do with your iPad anymore! or maybe you just want to try out different recipe.
Please, don’t fret. Grab your coffee, sit back and keep reading.
Presenting to you the, Masak Apa? App for iPad! It addresses all of the above concerns. So now, you don’t have to worry about losing your hair thinking about what to cook. Of all the problems that you have, huh?
- Displays pictures of ingredients (in case you don’t know how what type of fish or veggie Hahaha)
- Choose the type of food you want. Malay, French, Morroco, whichever your taste buds prefer.
- Plugins for Top Chefs’ recipe (sold seperately), a fail safe approach cooking.
- Displays number of calories and nutritional values for each meal to help making healthier choices.
- Tool to edit number of servings complete with conversion from metric to US or vice versa.
- Shows the estimated time to prepare for the meal.
- Users can contribute, rate and review recipes (using the Internet). Helps the knowledge sharing among the app users. Or knowing whether is going to taste good or bad or how to make it taste better. There’ll be tonnes of recipe as the app starts to mature. So the developer doesn’t need to worry about manually adding recipe.
Rate, review and get your nutritional info here on the recipe page* (source)
With Masak Apa? app, you have absolutely no reason to live on instant noodles or eat unhealthy takeout food. Heck, you can even have a gourmet burger at home! That being said, you can also impress your spouse instead of that lame trick of buying food at Nasi Campur and claiming you cooked it. Hopefully, this app will be beneficial to improve your lifestyle and diet. Most importantly, it saves time and energy.
Head on over to Maxis to make your iPad useful, anywhere you go!
p.s, I wish Maxis can turn my Masak Apa? iPad app into a reality!