I recently got all 5 varieties of Vintage Italia‘s Pasta Chips… I must admit that the idea of a pasta chip, intrigued me, though I didn’t think the various flavors of pasta could be duplicated in a chip – which resembles a cracker more than it does a chip; I certainly was in for a surprise!
I tasted some of them and so far between the Garlic Olive Oil (which I liked a lot!), the Mediterranean Sea Salt and the Marinara, the Marinara Pasta Chips are my favorites, I still have two more flavors to go. Made from Durum Wheat and Semolina Flour these chips are oven baked and not fried. Each flavor was inspired by seasoning used in different areas of Italy. With 60% less fat than regular potato chips, they are destined to become a new favorite. The hechsher is from the OU and are considered dairy. You can find them at: pastachips.com
I tried the marinara chips with a dill dip and found the combination delightfully delicious