Stovetop Popcorn in a smaller pot

Monday, September 17, 2018

After returned home at 2:15 pm from a noon Canon workshop, I decided to try again the stovetop popcorn with a small pot. Last night’s pot was too big, and all the kernels didn’t pop. As you can tell, this small pot worked out perfectly. The kernels were popping so fast that the small pot quickly filled up. I decided to take some out and place inside a nearby bowl. I took a snapshot. And, then I let it continue until I stopped hearing popping noise. I had a lid on the pot so that the popcorn wouldn’t pop and fly out everywhere similar to confetti. It tasted really good. It was big, fluffy, and crispy, and I added just the right amount of olive oil and sea salt at the bottom of the pot. I used medium heat.

It is a must try. I don’t think I will buy a new popcorn machine since my small Nostalgia stopped working. I think I will start making my popcorn over the stove.

What do you think?

2 points

Written by Fifi Leigh

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    • use a smaller pot…it was better…i think all the kernels popped and fast…with the large pot i used, it was slow and it didnt all pop…actually some kernels were burned. i like the popcorn over stovetop better than regular…it tastes more gourmet, even better than theater popcorn.

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