Crabanero Stove Top Pop Corn
Recently a new friend of ours, Gene Deems, hit us up @crabanero, recommending our new "Crabanero Bay Seasoning", as "the new topping for movie popcorn."
For years I've just made stove top popcorn by eye...
A bit of oil, a measure of kernels and I usually, more often than not, get the right amount of oil and corn kernels to produce a huge amount of popped corn with as few as possible un-popped kernels or a perfectly popped pot of popcorn.
The Crabanero Bay Seasoning gives the popcorn a great "bay" season spiciness and the coconut oil gives you that real movie popcorn taste, satisfyingly buttery, without actually using butter.
I have never committed "making popcorn" to a actual recipe but after a little thought, I am glad to share with you what I've learned.
We popped 3 batches of kernels, using the recipe below, it gave us perfectly popped corn, with no more than 3 un-popped kernels per batch.
What you'll need;
Crabanero Stove Top Popcorn
1 Tablespoon coconut oil
1/2 tsp. Crabanero Bay Seasoning
1/2 cup popping corn, I like Harris Teeter's white popping corn.
Crabanero Bay sprinkled on liberally to taste, after corn is popped.
Crabanero microwave popcorn
1 teaspoon oil of choice, I prefer to use either coconut or extra virgin olive oil.
1 teaspoon Crabanero Bay Seasoning
1/4 cup popping corn,
1 brown paper lunch bag.
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