Google Assistant can now help you cook your favorite dish
Google Assistant has just become even more useful for those using an Android device or the Google Home. Thanks to Bon Appetit, The New York Times, Food Network and a couple of more publications, Google Assistant users will now be able to access more than 5 million recipes.
Basically, you won't be needing any cooking books since you'll now be able to find just about any recipe that you can think of. More importantly, Google Home users can listen to a recipe and their favorite music, at the same time.
The ability to cook with the Google Assistant on Google Home will be rolled out over the coming week, so if you don't find it yet, you should try again in a few days. Keep in mind that you won't need to do anything to get access to these recipes, as the feature will be automatically installed when it becomes available.
So, how does it work? Well, it's pretty simple. First, you need to pick a recipe and fire up the Google Assistant on your Android phone or to Google Search (iOS or Android) and find a recipe.
After you've picked the recipe, just choose the “Send to Google Home” option and the recipe will be saved regardless of whether you're home or not. Whenever you're ready to cook, you just have to say “Ok Google, start cooking” or “Ok Google, start recipe.”
As mentioned earlier, you can use Google Home to listen to your favorite music, ask about conversations and set a timer, while you're cooking.