Rice pudding basic recipe + mango passion fruit salad
How do food bloggers actually come up with their recipe ideas? You've probably asked yourself the question, right? Shh, I'll tell you!
The plan: you make it comfortable. Then I'll introduce you to the secrets of the foodblogger. And on top of that, there's the world's best Rice pudding basic recipe for you.
Ready? Let's go!
Honestly, before I started blogging, I imagined it all a bit more glamorous. You know: the cool bloggers who hang out all day in the café, typing a few lines and are mainly busy with cappuccino sipping.
Uh, yes. Not quite.
My current status: Comfortable joggers, fluffy cuddly cardigan and the coffee mug next to me is lääängst empty.
And you know what? About as unbelievable as my current clothes situation (Kuschelcardigans for the win!) Is often the search for recipes.
Social media, cookbooks, magazines – I find my inspiration just like you! And yes, I'm going to browse from and to the chef.
Did not she say! But! I hope I have not destroyed all Hipster Cool ideas with it now.
Food bloggers answer the question Where do you get the inspiration for your recipes? yes always like From everywhere!
And that's true, of course. Pinterest. Instagram. Facebook and Co. provide us with great ideas all day long.
The fact is, we cook only with water. Things go wrong with us too. And that's just as well!
My favorite recipe for rice pudding, for example, has been around forever chef discovered. This rice pudding is basic recipe easy, only requires 5 ingredients and a pot, The best: The rice pudding has never burned me to this recipe.
Need more delicious arguments?
The rice pudding basic recipe is:
The guarantee of success.
Not too cute.
Ready in 40 minutes.
If you are looking for a good basic recipe for rice pudding, you must try this recipe! Five ingredients, one pot and no burning – perfect!
Rice pudding basic recipe + mango passion fruit salad with walnut crunch
Calories per serving: 674kcal
1.2 EL butter
125 G rice pudding
500 ml milk
2 EL cane sugar
1 TL vanilla sugar
1 big ripe mango
30 G walnuts
1 TL cane sugar
Heat butter in a large saucepan. Add the rice pudding and sauté with stirring for one minute.
Add milk, cane sugar and vanilla sugar. Bring to a boil, then set the stove on the lowest flame and simmer for 15 minutes with the lid closed. Stir and simmer for another 15 minutes.
In the meantime, peel the mango, core it and finely dice it. Mix the cubes with the pulp of passion fruits and set aside.
Roast walnuts in a frying pan without fat until they start to smell fragrant. Add remaining sugar and caramelize. Allow to cool and crumble.
Spread the rice pudding on two plates with caramelized walnuts and mango passion fruit salad.
So my dears, if you are still looking for a good basic recipe for rice pudding, you must try this recipe. Works guaranteed, promised!
Where do you find recipe ideas? And where are the milk rice fans?