Interaction recipes serve as guidelines and a foundation for engineers when putting the interactions in your prototype into actual production. An engineer can find all the interaction specs, for example, duration, delay, and easing, needed for development.
As a designer, you can create interaction recipes by recording an intended scenario of your prototype–showcasing the flow of interactions, how interactions work with each other, and how interactions fit in the grand scheme of things.
So, engineers would not have to play a game of whack-a-mole every time they have to implement the interactions in your prototype.
Give engineers your interaction recipe and let them just follow it.
Interaction recipes are only available as part of the team and enterprise plan.