People are turning pasta into crisps – and actually, it's kind of delicious
Another week, another TikTok food trend we need to try.
From feta pasta to fluffy whipped coffees, at least we have had a variety of TikTok food fads to see us through these past 18 months, where most of us have spent more time home and more time cooking than ever before.
And now the social media platform has seen yet another food hack go viral – and this one sort of sounds kind of cheesy, garlicky, crispy delicious.
Say hello to pasta chips – in other words, pasta shapes turned into chips (or crisps, as we mostly call them here on our shores).
Emily Chan, aka @bostonfoodgram on TikTok, a food blogger who shared her take on pasta chips on the app in April, says she first spotted the recipe on Delish, then decided to tailor the recipe to her own flavor preferences and share it with her followers.
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Chan's viral TikTok video has amassed nearly two million views, and if you are interested in trying these delicious snacks for yourself, watch it for an easy tutorial on how to.
Chan leads viewers through boiling farfalle pasta, adding grated Parmesan, olive oil and garlic and onion powder to the bowl, then air-frying the bowties on 400 until they crisp up into "chips."
If you are looking to try different flavour combinations, just type 'pasta chips' into the search window on Pinterest, and you'll be spoilt for choice!