Food Network, Food.com and Taste of Home have spicy chili recipes available online. Most recipes on these sites have reviews and ratings, so users can view tips and ideas recommended by other cooks.
Food Network hosts recipes from professional chefs and TV personalities, including Paula Deen and Emeril Lagasse. Most recipes have text ingredients and instructions supplemented by pictures, but others are video-based recipes. Social media buttons, such as Pinterest and Twitter, make it easy to share recipes with friends or save them on other website accounts.
Food.com search results have filters for healthy, quick, easy and popular recipes, allowing users to find the best results with ease. Recipes include the option to switch to metric measurements and a button that shows detailed nutritional information about the dish. Many ingredients feature links to pages that detail information on the ingredient, such as cooking and storage tips.
Taste of Home has a detailed list of refinement options, such as ingredients, occasion, cooking style and diet preferences, which let users exclude recipe groups they are not interested in. While some recipes are submitted by users of the site, many come from cooking publications, such as Taste of Home, Country Woman and Healthy Cooking.