Total Time
Prep 2 mins
Cook 0 mins

A spicy snack with no fat but tons of flavour - serve with before dinner drinks or a late night movie! Timing doesn't include popping the corn.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Place popcorn in a large bowl.
  2. Combine sauces in a small bowl; toss popcorn with sauce mixture, then immediately with coriander& salt.


Most Helpful

i left the fish sauce out of this becuase the idea of fish and popcorn was a little too crazy for my tastes. Otherwise this was yum! thanks!

Pepper Monkey March 07, 2004

Oh, yum! This is a terrific change from the typical popcorn & butter (or even the more "exotic" popcorn toppings like cheese or herbs or whatever). I did substitute the sambal oelek with Zhoug (#57689), which imparted a lovely garlicy flavor. I did brave the fish sauce, which I think is key and really makes this taste Thai. The addition of fresh cilantro is really special. I did not find that I needed any extra salt, but fish sauce is very salty (like soy sauce) and the Zhoug has a bit of salt in it as well. Thank you for a terrific snack! It's delicious!

Roosie October 07, 2004

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