I have submitted my manuscript to one of the peer-reviewed journals of chemistry and the decision was 'recommended for publication subject to minor revision'. I have submitted the revision but two weeks have passed and the status is still showing that the manuscript is in peer review in scholar one. Please suggest future steps. Thank you
It would depend on who made the "recommendation". If it was a reviewer, then, no, it doesn't imply acceptance. It makes it more likely, but not assured.
An editor can, and sometimes does, reject a paper even with positive recommendations. That might be for business or space reasons, perhaps.
I think the "future steps" is to wait for a final decision from the editor. Or, ask the editor if there is anything more to do.
It is highly likely that your paper will be accepted. It is usually the editor who makes such decisions (if this decision has been mentioned in the email they sent you, then it was the editor). If the email also mentions that, upon submission, your paper will not be sent out for review, then you may want to contact the editor (although if I were you, I would wait a bit more). But, if it does not mention such a thing, I suggest you wait a couple of more weeks as two weeks is clearly not enough for the review process to move forward.