Recipe by PIXIE0019
"Odd but delicious version of garlicky goodness that tastes great! There is no way to go wrong with this, you just have to love garlic as much as I do. Adjust to your tastes! The wonderful thing about popcorn is that it is so versatile!"
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grated Parmesan cheese
garlic salt, or more to taste
dried crushed rosemary
Instead of garlic salt, I used garlic powder and a light dusting of salt. I also used parsley and omitted the rosemary, as it was optional. Delicious!
AR Buzz Recipe Group Selection - In the opening description of this recipe, the submitter states that it is odd. I have to agree with her. I popped white popcorn in my microwave popcorn popper and then drizzled unsalted butter over the top and added 1/4 t. of garlic salt, 1/4 t. of garlic powder, freshly grated Parmesan cheese and several sprinkles of rosemary. It does taste very similar to garlic bread. In fact, I had an urge to to drizzle it with marinara sauce. Thanks, Pixie009 for sharing your recipe. I am just set in my ways when it comes to the way I want to eat popcorn. Give me buttered and lightly salted and I am good to go :)
This was good! You really can't go wrong w/popcorn, butter, cheese, and garlic! My only caveat is that it tends toward the salty with all of those wonderful ingredients. I'd go easy w/the garlic salt, or even cut it w/some garlic powder. THANKS for the recipe!
Recipe Group Selection: 09, August 2014 ~ I'm a few weeks late in making the selection, but glad I did make it. I cooked the popcorn using the 'Gourmet Microwave Popcorn' method from AR. I made as written and liked it, but next time I will use a little less garlic salt. The fresh Parmesan cheese add extra salt and provided a delightful taste to the popcorn.
Recipe Group: I made this two ways. I made 2 batches of popcorn, and on the first one followed the recipe exactly. The second batch, I tailored to my own liking. I thought the first batch was fine, but it was lacking something. On my second batch, I subbed half of the garlic salt for garlic powder. That made the garlic REALLY pop! I left out the rosemary. I popped both batches of popcorn in sunflower oil and drizzled with a tiny bit of olive oil before tossing with the seasonings. I think this is a fun, new way to eat popcorn, I just had to tweak it a little!
Recipe Group: I will smell like garlic for days! So good! Popcorn is my favorite snack, and honestly I looked at all that popcorn and then at the 3 Tablespoons of butter and didn't think it would be enough...I was pleasantly surprised, however! Used garlic powder and table salt, and minced fresh rosemary. I had Romano cheese shreds and didn't think they would stick...again, pleasantly surprised. Couldn't keep my hands out of the bowl. Thanks for a great change of pace from Kernel Seasons white cheddar dust!
What a fun, easy and tasty snack! We all loved this, even my 6-year-old grandbaby. If I can please her, it is definitely a winner. The only popcorn I had in the house was the microwave w/butter kind so I added no additional butter. We used garlic salt, parmesan and crushed rosemary. I snuck in a few shakes of a garlic/pepper blend too. Yum. It is one of my grandbaby's favorite after school snacks. I am gathering a collection of the recipes she loves. I have added this one to her collection. Thank you Pixie0019, for submitting.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Garlic Bread Popcorn
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 95
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