April has been a productive month for the CurryFocus.co.uk website with a major upgrade to the recipe search feature of the site.
We’ve changed the way that the recipe search works so that now you’ve got more chance of finding a recipe that you’re looking for.
The search now looks for alternative spellings and alternative words for the main recipe names and ingredients.
For example, if you look for saag, then the search looks for saag, saagwalla, sag, sagwala, sagwalla, spinach and spinage. All of the words, except for spinage, mean the same and spinage is a commonly used bad spelling of spinach.
You still only see a recipe once in the results list, no matter how many times words are found in the recipe.
We hope that this change to the search helps you find a great recipe for you to try.
More changes to the web site are in the pipeline. We hope you like them.
And chicken recipes are top of the charts yet again.
Top 5 Recipes for April