Recipe by FIRECOOK
"These crispy and unusual snacks are a real hit at parties. They are a nice alternative to the usual chips and pretzels. Use bow ties or your favorite pasta shapes when making this recipe."
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bow tie pasta
grated Parmesan cheese
My family loved these,especially my children.
These were just okay, seemed a little bizarre to me to have pasta as chips, especially with all that seasoning in there. Wasn't impressed with them at all.
Tasty little treats. Something different compared to potato chips. We sent some to our neighbors but got mixed reactions. The kids loved them though.
made this for my kids and it definately didn't come out right, I tripled the seasoning...which is a must, and cooked it in batches of handfuls, either it came out sticking to each other or burnt.. won't make this again
I had a similar chip at a catered event I attended and fell in love with this unusual bar snack. I was happy to find this recipe so I could try to replicate it at home. Unfortunately, I believe I fried the pasta too long and then wasn't able to get the seasonings and parmesan to stick. Does anyone have any suggestions? If done right, I know these are great!
These were actually really good! They were a bit time consuming, but nothing to deter me from making these again. However, I found it near impossible to get the seasoning to stick to the pasta. I had to omit the dry mustard since I didn't have any on hand, but I substituted a few other seasonings and it was delicious. I think I'll try to experiment with different pasta shapes, and try to find a way to get the seasonings to stick. Thanks.
I must have fried them for too long. they had a wierd chewy, tough consistency. They were hard to eat. If fried right they would still not be fabulous- not enough flavor.
I made these over the weekend, using some leftover rotini from another meal. We seasoned half of the pasta using the recipe above and half using just seasoned salt. I seasoned it right after removing the pasta from the skillet. We liked the seasoning salt better and it stuck better to the pasta. It made a nice crunchy snack, although it is time-consuming. I think it would make a nice addition to a party snack mix using a variety of ingredients including nuts.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Fried Farfalle Chips
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 46
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