it was good but not kettle corn, t was more like caramel, but thanks for sharing, i will use again for caramel corn
I would have liked it, but I move it down to 1 servinig, and I think I did something wrong. But then, I lifted the lid after the first kernal popped, but I didn't have time to stir in the sugar, since the popcorn was attcking me! It hurt! I think I might try again after I clean out the pot though... :)
Simple and delicious! I used a medium size pot and it popped full with about half the kernels left. Next time I will use a large pot. I still had a delicious big bowl of fresh and delicious kettle corn.
Easy and delicious!!
I disagree w/the person who suggested Coconut oil. YES, that is preferred, but how many of have that handy in our kitchen? With a few SIMPLE ingredients, you can make a yummy kettle corn, so that's fine by me! I also added a little cinnamon to mine, just because. Thanks for an EASY yummy recipe!
Needs to use coconut oil,raw sugar and it would be a 5*.
We had a good and bad experience with this recipe but I give it 5 stars because it was really our fault and not the recipe that we had problems with. I had read the reviews from others who had a self turning popcorn maker and decided that it would be fine to use in our counter top, electric popcorn maker (Stir Crazy... Amazing). I added the sugar with the unpopped kernels because I thought the moving arm in the machine would keep the sugar from burning. Everything was okay until the very end. The popcorn at the bottom burned really bad but for the most part the rest was okay. After some tweaking we figured out that the best way to get the sugar in without burning would be to pour it in right after the first kernel popped using the holes at the top of the cover so popcorn wouldn't fly everywhere! Either way, great recipe! Thanks!
So easy to make and so tasty!!