DIY Salt & Pepper Popcorn Recipe on stove top


Movies are incomplete without a bag of popcorn and favourite drink. Having handful of popcorn is just not enough, am I rite?  This popcorn is simple and very basic recipe to make variations at the same time very tasty too. The amount of salt and pepper to add is very much down to personal taste. Making your own popcorns are much healthy and economical as  compare to store-bought one. This stove top method is much better than microwave version as almost all the kernels popped perfectly. This dried corn kernels are readily available in all super markets.

DIY Salt & Pepper Popcorn Recipe on stove top

Preparation & Cooking Time : 10 minutes

Yield :1 large bowl

Ingredients:

Sunflower Oil – 2 tbsp
Popcorn kernels – ¼ cup
Butter - 2 tbsp

For Seasoning:
Sea salt & Freshly ground black pepper

Method:


  • Heat oil in a large lidded saucepan with a few popcorn kernels in the pan. Always keep the flame medium-high. When you hear the kernels pop cerefully tip in the rest of the kernels.


  • Shake the pan over the heat until the popping stops. Take care when lifting the lid as any unpopped kernels may still pop from the heat of the pan.


  • Now tip the popcorn into the bowl, removing any unpopped kernels as you go.

  • Adding butter for topping is up to your taste preference. I always do as my kid loves it. Melt the butter in a wide empty hot pan. Place your popcorn and toss with the spatula until butter coats evenly to all the popcorns.

  • Season the popcorn well with salt and pepper. Add gradually and keep tasting until you feel perfect. Serve warm or cold.

Note:

  • Other fun toppings can be chilli pepper, paprika. And for the sweet lovers maple syrup or chocolate syrup.
  • You can add salt directly to the kernels while popping to coat evenly.
  • Keep shaking the pan while popping to make sure all the kernels are getting popped.
  • Remove or transfer the popcorns right immediatley when the popping stops to avoid popcorns getting burned at the bottom of the pan.



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