In this category you will find recipes for flavoured popcorn, most of them spicy popcorn recipes. They almost all use the basic plain popcorn recipe as a base.
If you have trouble sourcing popping corn, try your local health-food store. Our local Waitrose stocks popping corn in various sized packets.
When popping corn, heat the oil to almost smoking, throw in just a few kernals of popping corn, replace the lid and wait for them to pop. Once they have, your oil is at temperature and ready to go - add the rest of the kernals.
If your flavour-source is dry, eg; the likes of: ginger powder, salt, sugar etc, then you can just shake them over the popped corn and serve immediately. If your flavour-source is moist, eg; the likes of: soy sauce, vinegar, fruit juice etc, then you will need to roast the popcorn in a low oven (150° C - 300° F - gas 2) for about 10 minutes so it can dry out and crisp up again. Otherwise you'll just have soggy mush.
Quite a useful source for popcorn recipes [here].
Dried popping corn to popped corn
I did a little experiment to work this one out, the chickens are eating popcorn this morning!
How much popcorn does 75 g of dried popcorn make? 2 litres.
|Dried popping corn||Popped corn|
|37.5 g||1 litres|
|75 g||2 litres|
|112.5 g||3 litres|
|150 g||4 litres|
|187.5 g||5 litres|
|225 g||6 litres|
|262.5 g||7 litres|
|300 g||8 litres|
|337.5 g||9 litres|
|375 g||10 litres|
How much does one cup of dried popping corn weigh?
Estimated US cup to weight equivalents:
|Popping corn||dried kernals||
|200 grams||7 ounces|
Every ingredient has a cups to ounces or grams conversion table. Search for the ingredient, cup to weight conversions are at the end of each ingredient page.
Pages in category ‘Popcorn recipes’
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