When we go to the fair in the fall and the spring every year, I get kettle corn. I love kettle corn. The first time I ever had kettle corn was at the River Market in Kansas City. I just can’t get enough of it. The Hardworking Husband knows I love it and occasionally finds it in his travels for work and will bring home a bag for me.
We were over at a friend’s house on New Years Day. She had made microwave kettle corn. It was pretty good. When we got home, The Hardworking Husband wanted more. So I decided to figure out how to make it. My first attempt I burned it. I didn’t have enough oil. The second try was perfect. I must say though the sugar didn’t work how I thought it would. It clumps up some. But it works out in the end, so don’t be surprised when it clumps.
- 1/4 cup oil
- 1/2 cup popcorn kernels
- 1/4 cup sugar
- Line a sheet pan with parchment paper and set aside.
- In a medium pot, heat oil at medium heat. Add two kernels. Once those kernels pop add sugar and stir to mix. Add remain popcorn kernels.
- Once it starts popping cover and shake over burner. When the popping slows to 1 pop every 3-4 seconds, remove from heat and pour our on the sheet pan.
- Allow to cool and enjoy.
The sugar is very hot when it comes out of the pan. Be very careful.
- Rachael Ray Cucina Hard Porcelain Enamel Nonstick Covered Saucepan
- Enamelware Popcorn Bowl
- Commercial Aluminum Sheet Pan
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This recipe is very similar to my stovetop popcorn with coconut oil and sea salt. If you are wanting something a bit healthier check it out.
And if you live near or in Kansas City metro area, do yourself a favor and go to the River Market. Other than the people of Kansas City, it is my favorite thing there. I loved picking lemons for cheap and carrot cake from the Amish people who came to sell their wares. Oh how I wish we had a market so big and wonderful here.
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