Bobby Flay is one of the most loved stars on Food Network appearing on the cable network on multiple shows. The celebrity chef keeps close contact with fans by updating his social media platforms regularly. Flay shares recipes that his followers can make at home with easy-to-follow instructions. The star recently shared a video on Instagram making pasta and the comments from thirsty fans took over.
Bobby Flay makes Corn Cacio e Pepe Pasta
Flay regularly shares recipes on his Instagram account and he recently shared one that he made for Misfits Market. The Beat Bobby Flay star made a Corn Cacio e Pepe Pasta and detailed the steps on how he made it. To start off, the recipe calls to boil water and season it with salt. For a serving of one, the recipe indicates to get 6 ounces of dried spaghetti and have it cooked for about 2 minutes. One cup of the pasta water would need to be reserved before the rest is drained.
Next up in the instructions, one needs to add the drained spaghetti in a sauté pan set over medium-high heat. The following step is to add half a cup of pasta, 1 teaspoon of freshly ground black pepper, a cup of sweet corn, and salt. This process will take about one minute. The next step is to add 2 tablespoons of butter until you get a creamy consistency.
Finally, with the heat off, you add half of the cheese and stir to mix. To reach the consistency one can add more pasta water to ensure the pasta is fully coated with the sauce.
Fans react with thirsty comments
When Flay shared how he made the Corn Cacio e Pepe Pasta recipe, fan reactions weren’t too far behind. However, there were some comments that showcased they were more interested in the cook than the recipe itself.
“Both look yummy!! You and the pasta dish,” a fan replied.
The latter message got another fan to second the comment and add, “agreed sometimes I find I have to rewatch to see the actual food.”
“Agreed, both dreamy,” another fan mentioned.
“Ur so hotttt,” another Instagram user pointed out.
Not all comments were thirsty and some followers did stick to the initial topic and replied accordingly.
“That looks delicious! I don’t eat pasta often (gut doesn’t much like wheat) but I’d risk it for this…,” a follower said.
“I thought I was the only one who added corn to their pasta. I use roasted corn. So yummy!” another follower noted.
Bobby Flay is a Food Network star
Flay has been featured on many of the shows on Food Network throughout the years. Some of the shows that he’s been the star of include Hot Off the Grill with Bobby Flay, Bobby Flay’s Barbecue Addiction, Brunch @ Bobby’s, Worst Cooks in America, Bobby’s Dinner Battle, and Throwdown! with Bobby Flay.
The chef has also been featured as a judge on shows like Wickedly Perfect, The Next Food Network Star, and The Next Iron Chef. Due to his immense popularity, Flay has been invited to cook on shows like NBC’s Today, CBS’ The Early Show as well as hosted America’s Next Great Restaurant for the peacock network.