Crunchy Spaghetti with Cheese

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My kid was craving for something crunchy and cheesy. He used to have real fried potato snacks with cheese, but at the time it was really out of our budget. I only had an uncooked pasta in the kitchen, and didn't have the ingredients to make his favorite spaghetti snack.

I was thinking of another way to make him smile, then I remembered my cousin bought a bag of cheese powder during the New Year celebration so I went to him and asked for it. Thank God he still has some left.

Here is what I made out of the cheese powder and pasta.


  • spaghetti (pasta) cut into 2 inches and cooked according to package directions
  • 2 Tbsp cheese powder
  • 1/3 cup butter melted
  • 1 cup cooking oil


  1. Pour melted butter into cooked spaghetti pasta. Mix well.
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  3. Deep fry spaghetti until crunchy and golden brown.
  4. Drain and place over a paper towel to remove excess oil.
  5. The spaghetti will stick together as you fry it, so crush it into pieces with your hands.
  6. Place into a bowl and pour in the cheese powder. Cover and shake well.
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  8. Transfer into a plate and serve.
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