Today I chat a bit from the blogger sewing box.
It’s like this: If your own food blog is in the starting blocks, you can (like me) spend hours and hours absorbing clever instructions.
Two tips will always come your way.
1. Your own domain is everything!
Means in plain language: Even if it’s so pretty easy , you should not build your blog on Blogger.
A self-hosted WordPress blog has so many advantages that it’s definitely worth the initial effort. You only understand train station? Then check out this post, I explained the benefits of WordPress.
Two years ago, I skilfully ignored the clever tip. And then many, many hours in the move from Blogger to WordPress plugged.
2. Find Your Specialty and Become an Expert
There are now endless, wonderful blogs. How can you stand out from the crowd? Exactly, with a specialty. There are vegan blogs, blogs of bacon lovers, fructose-poor, full-fledged and self-catering blogs.
What all these pages have in common? You have a specific topic. And in this subject area the bloggers are experts. That is why the readers come to them when they are looking for advice, specific recipes or a laugh.
Stubborn as I am sometimes, I have not taken this tip too seriously for a long time.
It’s probably because I just love to eat. Once, please, everything, so to speak. Fortunately, this point has settled over time by itself. How I cook, so I blog.
Quick and easy after-work kitchen .
And you know what? The phenomenal crispy Bratreis with peas fits perfectly into my repertoire.
This recipe is simple, requires only 7 ingredients and 15 minutes of your precious time.
Apart from the fact that the Bratreis passes as true comfort food, it is wonderfully suited as a Feierabendrezept. No long snipping, no big washing up, just a lot of enjoyment!
The trick is that you use already cooked rice.
You have any leftover rice from the previous day? Perfect! Otherwise I usually do it so that I cook the rice in the morning. For this I give a cup of rice with two cups of water and a pinch of salt in a large pot with a lid and let the water boil up. Then I turn off the stove and the rice is cooking.
So you just have to cut the garlic in the evening, everything else happens in the pan. Super handy!
The bomb recipe by the way, I have with the wonderful Kimi of Bake it! discovered and only slightly modified. Just take a look at Kimi, this lady is the blast!
Crispy, spicy and hearty – the pancake with peas is the perfect comfort food. If you are looking for a nice and warm after-work recipe, you will love the quick fried rice.
Crispy rice with peas
Portions : 2 Large Portions
Calories per serving : 531 kcal
Handful of TK peas
- Fish sauce to taste
Coconut oil get hot on medium heat. Add rice and chopped garlic and cook for 5 to 7 minutes.
Slice the rice in a circle around the edge of the pan. Beat the eggs in the middle and stir until the egg is completely fixed.
Mix rice and scrambled eggs. Add peas and cook for about a minute.
Season with soy sauce and fish sauce.
The sweetheart just looked over my shoulder and said “With the pictures I can do it again …”. You see, the fried rice can do something. It’s best to convince yourself of the delicious comfort food.
What do you say about turbo-fast roast rice? Pretty cool, right? And you tell me your best blogger tip? I’m really excited!