|Prep:||Cook:||Yield: 4-8 servings|
A creamy, decadent pasta that only takes about 15 minutes to make. Perfect for those weekends where you need a hearty, healthy dish for dinner.
You're welcome to add red pepper flakes and parmesan cheese for topping.
Write your recipes directly on your WordPress post page. There are no popups, no buttons, and no code. After all, you're not operating the International Space Station.
Visitors can cross off ingredients and directions as they cook, turning your blog into a living cookbook. Try clicking an ingredient in the demo above to see for yourself.
Every aspect of Matcha's look and feel were designed with care. It works with all WordPress themes and plugins, and your recipes will appear beautifully on any device.
Matcha works effortlessly with Pinterest's rich pins. This helps you gain more traffic any time someone pins one of your recipes.
Matcha is simple on the surface, but it has hidden features for power users, like the option to make a Jump To Recipe link, group your ingredients, and create affiliate links in your recipes.
With Matcha, your recipes can appear as rich results in Google searches. This can help raise your site's traffic, but more importantly, it'll make you feel cool.
When I wanted to switch recipe plugins, I was a little apprehensive because there were so many things I was hoping for: rich pins, Google schema markup, something that would fit my blog’s look and feel, mobile-friendliness, and stability. Matcha does all of this and more.
Matcha integrates into my WordPress post page, which saves me the headache of using a separate popup window or separate page to write my recipe. And on the front end, the design automatically matches my blog’s fonts and colors; it looks like it was made for my site. My readers love it.
I couldn’t have asked for a recipe plugin that fits my wants and needs better; Matcha works. I’d recommend it to any food blogger.– Alexa Peduzzi, Founder of Fooduzzi.com