Tuesday, March 26, 2013

#Recipe Bowtie Pasta Crunchies!

     We had a bow tie theme for my sister's baby shower and I looked on Pinterest for some ideas.  I came across this recipe for Bow tie Pasta Crunchies from Veggie Dreamgirl.  I decided that I'd make them for the party.  They were super easy to make but were a little time consuming.  Even so, they were a big hit at the party!  Definitely addicting, especially when still warm.  I'm going to try this with some of the PKU Cambrooke pasta for Lily.  I'll let you know how it turns out.

       Here's the directions...

1.  Boil a pot of water with a handful of salt.  Once the water's boiling, add the pasta.
         *While the pasta is cooking, start heating up the vegetable oil.

2.  Cook the pasta half way and remove from the water.

3.  Take a small portion of the cooked pasta and add to a pan with a 1/2 cup of vegetable oil.

4.  When the edges are golden, flip the pasta over and cook on the other side.
       *If the pasta is still a little translucent, keep cooking.  Otherwise the pasta crunchies
         will be a little soggy.

5.  Remove from the oil and add your choice of seasonings to taste.
       *I added garlic salt and Parmesan!

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  2. Very different! I always like trying new stuff/recipes and this sounds like one to try. How do they taste if you don't add any seasonings? Is it still a great snack? Visiting from http://makeitorfixit.com. Stop by when you get a chance.

    1. In my opinion, they were still pretty good without the seasoning. You'll need to experiment with each batch to get just the right flavor!

  3. Wow! That looks and sounds yummy!!!



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