Crunchy Spaghetti with Cheese

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January 14, 2017

A plate of crunchy spaghetti with cheese.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
Ingredients for crunchy spaghetti


  1. Pour melted butter into cooked spaghetti pasta. Mix well.
  2. Adding butter to cooked spaghetti.
  3. Deep fry spaghetti until crunchy and golden brown.
  4. Deep frying spaghetti noodles.

  5. Drain and place over a paper towel to remove excess oil.
  6. Crunchy cooked spaghetti noodles.
  7. The spaghetti will stick together as you fry it, so crush it into pieces with your hands.
  8. Breaking apart crunchy spaghetti noodles.
    Crunchy Spaghetti with Cheese
  9. Place into a bowl and pour in the cheese powder. Cover and shake well.
  10. Mixing flavors into the cooked spaghetti
    Sauce for crunchy spaghetti.
  11. Transfer into a plate and serve.
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