6 Reviews

Can't believe I forgot to rate this. It is SO GOOD!!! A nice change from regular popcorn and it does taste just like the kind you get at craft and country fairs! If I make a lot of this, I will wash the pan after each batch or two or it will start to burn. This works great in a Whirly Pop popcorn maker.

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mammafishy February 21, 2012

You can substitute red hots for the sugar, cooking the same and have wonderful cinnamon popcorn. It burns very easily so do not add until after the first kernel has popped.

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MommaMary May 09, 2011

very addictive! I cooked in a cast iron dutch oven, with coconut oil & cane sugar- very good!

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AmieH February 14, 2010

This is how I always make kettle korn. I actually just use my oil-popped popcorn maker (really the same thing as popping it on the stove, except it does the stirring/shaking for you.

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SaffronMeSilly October 15, 2009

Very good. Just finished making it now. We've been trying our own kettle corn recipes for a while and its kind of a hit and miss. Your recipe was easy is really yummy. I'd better go finish the bowl... :)

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YoungEgger September 09, 2009

My wife insists that this gets 5 stars! Only way she eats popcorn now! Thanks for sharing. I like to add a little cayenne pepper ( 1/4 tsp ) when I pop it for just me ! EDIT 08/28/2009. I use a deep chefs pan for this, works perfect!

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Chef Shadows August 28, 2009
County Fair Kettle Korn