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How To Make The Most Amazing Popcorn At Home

By: Devan Cameron from Canuck Chef in the Netherlands
How To Make The Most Amazing Popcorn At Home
How To Make The Most Amazing Popcorn At Home

"This stove-top popcorn recipe is a regular snack in our house. It’s quick to make, healthy-ish and most importantly it’s the tastiest popcorn in the world. For me, the best popcorn consists of only two added ingredients – butter and salt. It’s the technique involved that makes this delicious. Here’s a few key tips on how to make better popcorn than the boring microwave stuff. Why Should I Make Stovetop Popcorn? I prefer to make my own popcorn because it tastes better than microwave popcorn, is much healthier and pretty quick to make. I even prefer it to the movie-theater popcorn (although movie theater popcorn has a special place in my heart!). How to Prevent Chewy Popcorn The first crucial tip for delicious popped kernels is steam control. When the kernels pop they release steam which ruins the crispiness of the kernels. If you’ve ever tried to make popcorn with a tight fitting lid then you may have noticed that it becomes chewy and unpleasant to eat. This is because the steam gets trapped in the pot and makes the popcorn soggy. Continued on the blog!"

NotesFor the full recipe with tips and other popcorn flavours check out my blog!

Serves2 people

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