Pop Fly Popcorn Recipe Reviews - Allrecipes.com (Pg. 1)
Reviewed: Oct. 21, 2011
Made this for my son's Halloween party- used the new PopSecret Magic colors (blue) popcorn and added some McCormicks Neon green food coloring to the caramel mixture (after coming off the heat). The popcorn was an eery green & blue- big hit with the kids! I followed other reviewers and added 4 more cups of popcorn, and there was still plenty to coat all the kernels.
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Reviewed: Jun. 17, 2011
really good! I just made a few changes(doesn't everybody) I used popped kettle corn and lightly salted peanuts and almonds, it was super good, thanks for the recipe!
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Living In: Hemet, California, USA
Reviewed: Nov. 6, 2008
I love making this during the holidays. I usually add a bit more popcorn and I have found it helpful to ad the syrup to the popcorn, mix and then add the nuts. That way the nuts don't fall to the bottom and you get a better mixture.
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Reviewed: Dec. 30, 2007
This was good. It seemed to make too much syrup for the popcorn, which I had measured and was more than 10 cups. I just popped one bag of popcorn that already had a little butter/salt. Then next time I will add more popcorn - maybe 3 more cups as it is difficult to cut the syrup ingredients by 1/3 and I think that will nicely coat the popcorn without all the excess. As I originally prepared it, it was like a huge popcorn ball that was difficult to separate. I think that adding more popcorn will help. It tasted better after sitting a day in a ziploc bag. My husband and I enjoyed it, but it would have been hard to share at a party unless you did make them into popcorn balls (that is unless the popcorn to syrup ratio is changed, then hopefully that would help). 12/17/08 - new note: I accidently substituted baking powder for cream of tartar and it turned it out just as good and was set in about 10 min. I got great comments on it and my whole family loved it as well!
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