Googie’s Kitchen presents Sweet and Salty popcorn

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Saturday night is movie night in our house! On a Saturday my husband Howard and I allow our son Ted to stay up a little bit later to watch a film of his choice. I was until recently making popcorn for this event. Then we started buying it from the supermarket and I stopped cooking the popcorn. I don’t know why or how this happened but I decided to revive our Saturday night treat. Below the picture is the video link and blog on how to make this yummy popcorn.

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Serves 4

Sweet and Salty Popcorn

Equipment needed

  • Large saucepan
  • Small saucepan
  • Tablespoon
  • Teaspoon

Ingredients

  • Popping Corn x 80g
  • Coconut oil x 5 heaped tbsp
  • Maple syrup x 4 tsbp
  • Cinnamon x 1 tsp
  • Himalayan pink salt x 1/2 – 1 tsp

Method

  • Start by putting the large saucepan on a high heat.
  • Add one of the tablespoons of coconut oil to the saucepan
  • Now leave the pan until the oil has completely melted and is sizzling.
  • Put the popping corn in and quickly add the lid.
  • Shake the pan vigorously until the popping corn has stopped popping.
  • Remove from the heat and take the lid off.
  • Leave to cool while making the sauce.
  • For the sauce, put a small saucepan on a low heat.
  • Add in the maple syrup, coconut oil, cinnamon and salt.
  • Then stir until the coconut oil has melted and all the ingredients are mixed together.
  • Remove from the heat and pour the sauce over the popcorn.
  • Stirring it around as you go.
    • You may need another pair of hands or a tea towel underneath the large pan to stop it from moving.
  • Once the popcorn is covered in the sauce, serve and enjoy.
Sweet and Salty Popcorn

Sweet and Salty popcorn is such a quick and simple recipe. It’s a great snack, it’s fantastic as part of a lunchbox and it also makes a good after dinner treat too. Plus, if you’re like me and trying to stop those processed foods going into your families bodies, then this is a good alternative. Popcorn is lightweight and easy to carry around. So next time you go to the cinema why not take this instead of eating the popcorn in the cinema. However you decide to eat this popcorn, as always, enjoy.

Does anyone buy popcorn from the cinema? It’s such a cheap product to make and yet I still see people buying it? Do you think you would ever take your own homemade popcorn? Let me know in the comments below.