I'm so excited, it's possible I'm still on a sugar high from the 2 batches of kettle corn I just ate! I made some for movie night for my family, and we loved it so much I made three batches for a pre-fourth of July party. Everyone LOVED it and asked for the recipe. I felt guilty eating it, but was reassured with the fiber content in the corn itself. I liked how crispy and crunchy it was. And the pieces were easy to break apart when a few did stick. I also liked how every piece was covered with the sugar mixture. I did add the 1/4 teaspoon salt in with the sugar during cooking. I used a large cast iron pot. I have an electric stove and shook and swirled the entire time, removing pot from heat occasionally. I didn't burn any and it was my first time ever making popcorn. It was way way better than any overpriced bag at a farmer's market. I too splurged on the more expensive Orville Red. popcorn. Thanks Sue, I will bring this tasty snack to ALL my summer pool parties.***I just made this again, except this time with brown sugar, hoping for caramel corn. I was disappointed, the sugar just didn't cook the same, but the kids still ate it. Still, I won't make it that way again.
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I'm so excited, it's possible I'm still on a sugar high from the 2 batches of kettle corn I...