A Twitter account called "Tortellinis for Tilly" shared a six-step guide with photos on how to make homemade pasta from scratch last week. The tweets, since then, have gone viral because of the account holder’s idea to win over his Tinder match for a date.

Andrew Wang, a student at Columbia University in New York City, went out of his way when he created the Twitter account to woo Tilly, a woman he met on the dating app.

“I asked her about her hopes and dreams and she mentioned screenwriter, comedian and amateur chef,” he told Insider. “That one was my green light.”

What caught people’s attention was not just the steps, but the quirky manner through which Wang had captioned all the six instructions. Starting off with “Acquire the dough” the captions went on to indirectly give tips as to how one should next “establish rapport with the dough” and so on.

In the final step, Wang included a selfie alongside a caption that read “win her heart.”

Since being shared on social media, the six-step guide to making pasta has received more than a million likes and thousand retweets. Netizens also bombarded the viral thread with comments praising the cute gesture.

A user wrote, “This is so adorable, I hope you guys get fat together.” “Congratulations, you won Twitter today!” commented another.

Wang’s account went viral after Tilly herself tweeted about it Tuesday. “This sweet man….made a Twitter account to show me his pasta because you can’t send pictures on tinder.”

Wang told Insider that he first learned to make tortellini with his younger sister. “I am only good at making tortellini. She’s the real chef in the family who trained at Le Cordon Bleu in Paris and I always go to her for date recommendations.”

It appears that Wang’s idea to woo Tilly worked as the duo is all set to go out on their first official date!

The Tinder app logo is seen amongst other dating apps on a mobile phone screen on Nov. 24, 2016 in London, England. Leon Neal/Getty Images