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I was wondering if there was an exotic pop corn receipe, something different that you find on theaters and circus. Does anyone know any receipe?

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most theatres use oil/butter and salt. Nothing too crazy. Or you do mean candy popcorn? – Chris Nov 28 '13 at 21:19
I was looking for salty receipes – TiagoBrenck Nov 28 '13 at 21:22
I searched there before asking here and nothing.... Thank you for this incredible and usefull comment. – TiagoBrenck Nov 29 '13 at 10:09
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The easiest way I can think of making interesting popcorn is by getting some popcorn seasoning in bulk. You can buy popcorn seasoning at a bulk food store, like cheddar, dill, ketchup, etc.

Trying to create your own flavor (needs to be dry) would be difficult. This site suggests stealing some cheddar flavor from a mac and cheese box.

The basic method to making your own popcorn is described here. That recipe calls for sugar though, which might be worth a try on its own.

You could also use a BBQ rub with paprika, salt, garlic etc.

Most sites on the internet seem to be interested in making sweet popcorn, like s'more or caramel flavors.

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