This is a family movie night staple for us. Delicious, just like the kind made at festivals but without the $6-$8 per bag price. I put three kernels of popcorn in the oil while it's heating; when they pop, I know the oil it hot enough. Then I add the rest of the popcorn and shake the pot until the popcorn is covered in oil. Next, I sprinkle the sugar on top of the popcorn and shake to mix. If you pour the sugar into the oil before the popcorn, it clumps. I leave the pot on the burner for 5 seconds, then pick it up and shake it for 5 seconds, repeating until I don't hear any more popping. I pour the kettle corn into two large bowls and sprinkle with salt, mixing and breaking up any clumps of popcorn until it cools.
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This is a family movie night staple for us. Delicious, just like the kind made at festivals...