New to the Food Network Kitchen App? Here Are 5 Things You Need to Know

Download the app to tune into cooking classes and make tons of recipes. Plus, so much more!

April 27, 2020

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School is in session! With thounds of on-demand cooking classes — taught by Food Network stars, award-winning chefs, food bloggers, cookbook authors and culinary pros — you can learn everything from bread-baking to egg poaching to cake decorating. For instance, in his classes, Michael Symon breaks down the basics to roasting large cuts of meat (porchetta, yum!). Meanwhile, Rick Martinez teaches us how to make salsas, tortillas, enchiladas and many more Mexican classics at home. How to Cook Everything author Mark Bittman inspires us all to cook simply in his course, and Dessert for Two blogger Christina Lane shows us how to make small-batch desserts. No matter the subject, you can always pause, rewind and rewatch the class as needed. Whether you're a seasoned chef or stepping into the kitchen for the first time, the Food Network has you covered.

You Can Explore Thousands of Recipes

You can tap into Food Network's extensive collection of delicious recipes. Search in the app for sandwich ideas, scroll through 20-minute meals, or discover new recipes from Ina Garten, Giada De Laurentiis and Ree Drummond. Once you find a recipe you love, too, it's easy to save for later. Just press the bookmark button and you can choose what personal board to add the recipe to (think: tried-and-true, sweets, kid-friendly dinners, breakfast inspo). So organized! Plus, you also watch over a hundred how-to videos that can quickly remind you how to cook perfect rice, prep food for freezing, blanch vegetables and defrost meat.

Giada De Laurentiis features a Post Thanksgiving Monte Cristo, as seen on Food Network Kitchen Live.

Giada De Laurentiis features a Post Thanksgiving Monte Cristo, as seen on Food Network Kitchen Live.

Photo by: Jason DeCrow

Jason DeCrow

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.

James Briscione's Patty Melt, as seen on Food Network Kitchen.

James Briscione's Patty Melt, as seen on Food Network Kitchen.

Photo by: Lauren Volo

Lauren Volo

Food Network Kitchen's Antipasto Christmas Tree holiday recipe

Food Network Kitchen's Antipasto Christmas Tree holiday recipe

Photo by: Lucy Schaeffer

Lucy Schaeffer