VizChef for iPhone

VizChef for iPhone

By VizNetwork

  • Category: Food & Drink
  • Release Date: 2011-04-11
  • Current Version: 1.4.1
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 299.08 MB
  • Developer: VizNetwork
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.


VizChef is more than your typical recipe app. Every dish, every ingredient, every piece of equipment, and every step is rendered in beautiful full-color photographs. No longer will you have to wonder what the author meant when they said “braise the short ribs”. With over 60 recipes to start, you’ll be able to create beautiful, tasty meals regardless of your experience in the kitchen. The app is designed for both the beginner and intermediate cooks with different levels of details for each. Features: Over 60 dishes Over 900 high quality images with pinch to zoom so you can check out all of the detail Over 200 ingredients with information about what to look for in the store Over 100 pieces of equipment with suggestions on features worth having No network connection required for the core recipes Swipe to move between steps Two modes: Standard (with full details) and Intermediate (fewer details) View quantities as decimals or fractions Recipes are included from great restaurants like Common Grill, Jolly Pumpkin, Mainstreet Ventures, and Paesanos as well as other great chefs. Some of the amazing recipes include: Honey Barbecue Salmon, Gruyere Cheese Sticks, Croque Monsieur, Pumpkin Bisque, and Stout & Chocolate Braised Short Ribs.



  • What a layout!!!

    By LaDanaWendy
    I'm still getting used to layout of the recipe page; it’s a bit too busy and congested for me but when I tap on the name of or the picture of the recipe and then tap on Make, the splendor of this app appears!! Tap on Make to see the pictured step-by-step directions, Tap on Ingred for a full list of the necessary ingredients, Tap on Info for more details like servings, time to prepare, time to bake or cook, a description and tags. Once inside a recipe, each pictured step is accompanied by instructions. I like that the ingredients and equipment can be displayed either “one at a time” with each step of or in a list all at once. A VERY handy option that need to be added: horizontal view with hands free swipe (like in Cookineo) or clap (like in Rachel Allen) to move to the next slide. Overall, this is a really good app that’s missing some key options.