In the video posted to her account, @feelgoodfoodie serves the pasta chips with a nice feta and greek yoghurt dip. But whatever your dip preference, it seems pasta chips will work with pretty much anything, from the sweet chilli and sour cream combinations to the classic ole tomato or BBQ sauce.
It didn’t take long for the craze to take off, and it seems people are well and truly getting onto the pasta chip bandwagon. Already, recipes for a salt and vinegar spin-off have entered the mix that even use a different kind of pasta shape, too. Our guess is it’s just a matter of time before pasta Doritos pops up on our feeds.
While we're reluctant to mess with a good thing, we can't help but also want to get in on the action, too. If you're wanting to try the pasta chip, there are ways you can turn this naughty treat into something healthy - or at least, healthier. Options like low-carb pastas are great, and the same crunch will be achieved by the air-fryer.
Consider options like Banza Elbows made from chickpeas, or red lentil penne that you can buy from any local supermarket. Other pastas that use almond flour will also be free from gluten, grains, soy and dairy, making it a great option for something that is rich in healthy fats and satiating. Alternatively, you might even be able to spiralize some vegetables and see if that works.