Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 5 mins

This recipe came from Alan (my best friend in college). His parents are from Louisiana and this was his mom's recipe. We used to have poker parties all the time and this was one of our favorite things to serve. Popcorn is cheap, so we made a lot of different flavored popcorns.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. In small bowl, place 1 quart hot popped corn; set aside.
  2. In large bowl, pour butter over remaining popcorn.
  3. Combine remaining ingredients. Sprinkle over buttered popped corn, tossing gently to coat.
  4. Spread on 15x10-inch baking; sheet and bake at 300°F for 3 minutes, or until desired crispness.
  5. Mix in reserved popcorn. Serve immediately or store in airtight container.


Most Helpful

I popped them with a hot air machine and used olive oil instead of butter, i also used dry crushed peppers instead of cayenne pepper... wonderful wonderful flavor :)

*Ollin* September 18, 2011

I opted not to use butter and used PAM instead. The spices didn't stick and sank to the bottom of the bowl. I would recommend that the butter is a critical part of this recipe.

Mulligan June 07, 2007

This was absolutely awesome! Spicy enough that a cold drink is mandatory, with just enough salt. I baked it for about 6 minutes and it stayed nice and crisp even after it sat in the bowl for a while. I wish Amy were still around to share more of her popcorn recipes with us.

Chilicat June 02, 2007

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