Popcorn is a variety of corn (maize) where the hard kernel explodes into an edible form when heated. Use this tag for questions about selecting, identifying, storing, preparing, replacing or cooking with popcorn as an ingredient. Questions about dishes which include popcorn, but are not focused on ...
There are commercial flavored popcorn (i.e. BetterMade) that aren't topped with flavor but coated like a potato chip. How do I re-create that coating at home? Specifically, I'm a fan or the 'hot' ...
I'm a great fan of popcorn, and I recently acquired a popcorn maker. It's the sort that spins the kernels in a drum and heats the metal until they pop. However, I've had difficulty flavouring them. ...
I've tried buttering my popcorn in the past, and it always turns out inconsistent. A few pieces will be soaked with butter, and others have no butter on them at all. Perhaps there is a way to get the ...
Any specific brands? so far, I could not find any popcorn that tastes like popcorn at movies.
In many high quality ready made popcorn, the popped grains are almost perfectly round, while home popped grains are the usual irregular shape. How is that lovely round shape achieved?
My wife makes popcorn by adding the corn to a pan, then tilt the pan and add oil until the popcorn is just covered. This seems to be a lot of oil. Does anybody know how to make popcorn with less oil?
I make popcorn with butter or olive oil, but still when I add salt, especially kosher salt or coarse sea salt, it won't stick. Is there anything I can do to get it to adhere better?
Will the temperature become too high and will the popcorn burn? Can anything bad happen? Edit: Picture tells the tale. On the left, 5 minutes under pressure. On the right 3,5 minutes without ...