We've posted about plenty of recipe managers, but recipes on the web get frustrating with all that clutter on the page. Recipeasly aims to simplify your collection and provide you with nothing but unfettered access to the information you want.
You couldn't make Recipeasly's interface much simpler. You add recipes from an existing stream, search for what you want, or just click New Recipe to add one of your own. Adding takes little work, as you just put in as many ingredients as you need, put in the steps, and specify the amount of time a recipe will take. You can print any recipe in an easy-to-read format, plus you can put your computer into "Kitchen Mode" if you don't want to waste any paper. You won't get a crazy number of features with Recipeasly, but you will get a great, focused recipe manager.
The downside comes with the workload. You can't just magically import existing recipes on the web via bookmarklet or browser extension — you have to enter them in manually. If you don't mind the effort for a cleaner recipe book, you're good to go. If not, they plan to add a Pinterest-style helper in the near future, so stay tuned.