Food enthusiasts make sure they keep people entertained on the internet. Every day, we see someone coming up with a unique fusion dish or combining two very unusual ingredients to create something you may never have heard before. Sometimes, it's a hit, while often people give it a thumbs down. Having said that, we all love creating dishes using cheese, isn't it? While you may have only seen grated cheese as garnishing on your plate of pasta, here is something that will leave you shocked. Ever thought of making pasta out of cheese puffs. An Instagram video uploaded by the handle ‘What How Why' shows you how to do it.
In the video, we can see a man showing the process of making cheese puff pasta using readymade cheese puffs. The man first takes a packet of cheese puffs and starts crushing and blending them. He then puts an egg and mixes it together giving it the shape of the dough.
In the next step, we see him taking help of a base (table) over which, he spreads some flour. He places the dough on it and rolls it out by applying pressure on it (just like we do while making chapatis). After this, he puts the flat dough through a machine and cuts it into fine strips. He further boils the strips (pasta) and uses some cheese puff as garnish as the final step.
Soon, we see him getting ready to taste it. He says, “It did cook a lot better than I thought it would. Also, it is all actually held together quite nicely.”
Further, he adds that the main smell is cheese, which is pretty pleasant. He tastes a spoonful and says, “Interestingly, it's not that cheesy actually and the texture is quite close. Pretty sure that it's the cornflour in the cheese puff.” Marks? He gives it 7 out of 10, which means it's yummy.
The video has garnered over 10,000 likes till now. It has received many positive responses as well.
One user wrote, “I really like how he went in-depth this time because I been wanting to know how these foods turn out.”
Another user stated, “He finally gave it an actual review- this is the content I am here for.”
Take a look at the video here:
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