Pasta chips are the latest TikTok food mania that puts a twist and chew on the traditional soft dish.

The viral food trend hashtag alone has garnered more than 364.3 million views on the popular video-sharing app, and verified TikTok creators have already given their approval stamps.

All you need is boiled pasta, favorite spices and oil, an air conditioner or similar device or tool that can be fried or baked, according to Feel Good Foodie – an American digital food media company created by Yumna Jawad .

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Yumna Jawad from Feel Good Foodie tells Fox News that the origins of the viral potato trend are unclear, but many people have already created their own recipes and distributed them on TikTok.  (Feel Good Foodie)

Yumna Jawad from Feel Good Foodie tells Fox News that the origins of the viral potato trend are unclear, but many people have already created their own recipes and distributed them on TikTok. (Feel Good Foodie)

“This pasta trend is such an unexpected way to enjoy pasta as finger food! What I love most is its versatility. There are so many ways to enjoy them with different spices, different forms of pasta and even different cooking methods (fried, baked or fried air), “Jawad told Fox News via email. “They are so much fun to enjoy with every dive and I can’t find anyone who doesn’t love them! No one knows who shouted the recipe first, but I was inspired to try it after seeing it on TikTok!”

With Jawad’s viral recipe, she cooked her pasta potato chips with olive oil, parmesan cheese, Italian spices and garlic powder before tossing it in a 400 degree Fahrenheit air for 10 minutes, making sure to toss the chips half. To complement the crunchy pasta, she served it with a dip of sliced ​​cheese mixed with Greek yogurt, garlic and olive oil.

More than 2.5 million people have given a post as 18,000 while 18,000 have left comments about fashion chips.

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Meanwhile, in Australia, verified creator of TikTok Cooking with Ayeh tells Fox News that pasta potatoes have similarities to regular potatoes.

In her words: “it ‘s a great snack that everyone can enjoy even with kids, as you can share them as you like. They’re super crunchy just like chips.”

Although not sure who created this trend, she says she saw it trending in the app “a few months ago initially” and decided to create her own TikTok video when it went “viral again” last week.

In her recipe, Ayeh chose pasta peels, oregano, olive oil, garlic powder, grated parmesan cheese and chili flakes, which she served with a tomato-based sauce.

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As for the much-followed TikTok Jack “Chef Cuso” Mancuso, he took a break from the many viral steak recipes to try pasta chips just when the dish started in fashion again in early July.

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Mancuso showed his 2.2 million followers how to make pasta chips with parmesan cheese and spices, which he accompanied with a dip and a tomato salad soaked in balsamic sauce. Since sharing his recipe last Thursday, the video has garnered more than 3.3 million views.

“My favorite part was being able to dip chips in pasta sauce without being judged because I am Italian by heart,” Mancuso wrote for Fox News. “I also liked how easy it was to make and anyone can make it with such small ingredients, plus you can personalize your scents too.”

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Search engine data on Google Trends currently shows interest in the term pasta chips is at its peak. The five states where people want the most chips are New Hampshire, Kansas, Maine, Connecticut and New Jersey.