Spice Up Your Popcorn!
Different Ways of Making Popcorn:
Want to spice up your movie night? Generally you eat popcorn simply buttered. Sometimes it’s nice to switch it up a bit. You may have had honey, caramel, or chocolate covered popcorn before, but what I have for you here are a few even more unique ways you can experiment with your popcorn! You can click here to get the recipes and many more ideas!
Like a bit of lemon in your diet? Try some lemon in your popcorn with a bit of zest mixed with butter and drizzle it over your Popcorn!
Do you like veggie chips and dehydrated snap peas? Put ‘em both in equal parts in a food processor and blend away! Put a bit of salt and toss it with your popcorn. If you want, you can mix the powder with a bit of butter to make it even more delightfully delicious!
How can you go wrong with cheese?! Pick 3 or less of your favorite cheeses including cheddar, parmesan, mozzarella, pecorino, and monterey jack. Toss it with a few cups of popcorn, spread it on a baking sheet and throw it in the oven for three minutes at 350 degrees F.
Lets make sushi Popcorn! Mix vegetable oil, soy sauce, sesame oil and rice vinegar. Toss it with a bit of popcorn then put on some roasted seaweed and why not a few wasabi peas?
Didn’t expect to see this familiar food here did you? Well it works! Soak 2 packets of Ramen in warm water for four minutes, pull it apart and pat it dry. Fry them in a bit of olive oil ‘till they’re crisp, break them up and toss it in with your popcorn!
Okay so I don’t mean make a caesar salad and mix it in with a bit of popcorn, although you could do that. Instead, heat up some olive oil, throw in some minced anchovy filets, grated garlic on top with some lemon zest on medium heat for 2 minutes and toss it up with your popcorn!
Salt & Vinear:
A bit less daring but if you like salt & vinegar chips like I do, you should love this! Put 1/4 cup of malt vinegar and 2 teaspoons of kosher salt in a spray bottle, shake it up to dissolve the salt, and spray away on your popcorn!
If you have tried or will try these, leave us your thoughts in the comments below!
These recipe ideas were taken from FoodNetwork.com