I use Paprika and can’t imagine going back to paper… There’s no need to enter recipes manually. If you can find it online, Paprika can import it with little or (more often) no typing at all. For hundreds of websites, the recipe scraper will automagically import recipes. For lazy bloggers who just type them in and such (someone sends you an email or posts it here), you can easily copy and paste it. Copy the url and load it into Paprika’s built-in browser Highlight the text you want, like the name, or ingredients, etc… and click on the appropriate button Name, Ingredients, and so on. The text is copied for you, and you can easily edit it if you choose to.
Paprika recipes are scalable and include timers keyed to all the timing notes in the instructions. It also includes a shopping list and meal planner. Recipes can be sorted into custom categories, arranged any way you want, even with sub-categories. . You can search in any category by name, ingredient or source.
I tend to use my Mac for email and browsing, so that’s how most get imported. I cook from a tablet, which is ideal in the kitchen and is also easy for importing. I shop with my phone. Meal planning I share between all 3 devices.