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RecipesOnRails makes it easy for you to find, share, and manage your recipes online.

RecipesOnRails makes it easy for you to find, share, and manage your recipes online.

As you add ingredients, RoR will attempt to find your ingredient from our existing list of ingredients. Please select your ingredient from the list. This enables us to standardize the list and provide accurate conversions. If your ingredient isn't in the list, you can still add it and it will be marked as unverified. We will attempt to research all unverified ingredients and add the proper conversion factors. Once that is done, we will mark the ingredient as verified.

If you have visited before, you'll notice some changes. It's been many years since we launched RoR and a refresh has been overdue. We hope to add some new features such as comments and suggestions to ingredients, as well as where to buy them. We're thinking about an equipment page where we can discuss brands, prices, and where to purchase them. Lastly, we hope to add personal comments that will only be available to you and will appear inline with the instructions.

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Recent Comments

Warren said,
7 months ago
Sauerkraut Rye - no knead


The salt content had been .45 gram or 1/4 teaspoon. That was obviously incorrect. Since there is over 2K of flours, I'm guessing that there should be no decimal point and 45 grams would be correct.


Warren said,
about 1 year ago
Hamburger Rolls - Seeded


For original see: https://blog.thermoworks.com/bread/homemade-hamburger-bun-recipe/


Warren said,
over 1 year ago
Sweet and Sour Bread


Started using the combi-oven again. Did a triple batch to make 4 loaves @ 780 gr/each. Set oven in combi mode to 360F. Took approximately 26 minutes.


Warren said,
over 1 year ago
Rolled Cabbage (Halupki, Prakas,Golabki)


I'd suggest removing the finished rolled cabbage from the pan while leaving most of the tomato in the pan. This will enable you to stir the sauce, mixing in the thin sauce that came from the rolled cabbage as it cooked.


Warren said,
over 1 year ago
Rolled Cabbage (Halupki, Prakas,Golabki)


Recipe is large, but you can pare it down. At 6# of meat 34 Halupki were made.