With the correct set up of tables in relationships, yes this is possible. The key is to set up the correct relationships by using more than one table occurrence of your Recipes table so that each ingredient can link to a recipe for that ingredient.
Recipe::__pkRecipeID = Ingredients::_fkRecipeID
Ingredients::_fkIngredientRecipeID = Recipes|Ingredients::__pkRecipeID
Recipes and Recipes|Ingredients would be two "boxes" in your relationship graph that happen to have the same data source table.
See this thread for more about table occurrences and how to use them: Tutorial: What are Table Occurrences?
PS. "butter" seems an unlikely ingredient for which to record a recipe since it has one ingredient with a procedure that most modern cooks aren't likely to want to use to churn the cream into butter. (and years ago when the family farm still kept a cow, my own mother used to use an electric mixer to churn raw cream into butter. But then she made her own cottage cheese too!)
thanks for the cooking tips, oh and the FMP info as well. Ill digest it and see how I go with it.
I do in fact make my own butter, I use a cheap rip off version of the thermomix to do it. Ill look into the cottage cheese as well. Do you post on the cooking forums as well?
I like to cook, but I'm an amateur in both definitions of the term (not a pro and love to do it). This forum is enough online involvement for me.