Rachael Ray is Taking Over Food Network’s Alexa Skill for the Month of April

And we’ve got all the details.

Host Rachael Ray with her Chicken Curry in a Hurry with Basmati, as seen on 30 Minute Meals, Season 28.

Host Rachael Ray with her Chicken Curry in a Hurry with Basmati, as seen on 30 Minute Meals, Season 28.

30 Minute Meals is back, baby! If you’re a Rachael Ray super-fan then you already know that her popular cooking show is airing all-new episodes every day for the month of April. “Delish” dinner recipes, fresh inspo and time-saving tricks: we couldn’t be more excited for the new season. But, that’s not all. The queen of quick-and-easy dinners is taking over our Amazon Alexa skill, too – all month long.

Here’s what you need to know.

Say “Alexa, ask Food Network for 30 Minute Meals.”

When you do, you’ll be greeted by Rachael – and get access to get the recipes from her most recent episodes of 30 Minute Meals.

Get the Recipes

Once you’ve opened the Food Network skill, Alexa will give you some options. You can have all the recipes emailed by saying “email me these recipes”. Got your eye on something special? The recipes appear in a numbered list and you can get more details about one by simply saying its number.

If you choose a specific recipe from the list, you can look at the ingredients and directions before you ask to have it emailed. When you’re ready to have the recipe sent to your inbox, all you have to say is (you guessed it) “email”.

Say, “Alexa, goodbye”

When you’re done exploring the Food Network skill say, “Alexa, goodbye.” and Rachael will let you know when to tune in for her next, all-new episode of 30 Minute Meals.

Want even more Food Network? Talk to us any time on your Amazon Echo-enabled device.

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