Yield: Yields about 8 quarts
A few spoonfuls of sugar add a touch of sweetness to the buttery, salty popcorn. It’s like kettle corn, but better.
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Transfer the popcorn to a large bowl and gently separate any large clumps. Drizzle about 3 Tbs. of the butter on top and toss well. Season to taste with salt. Repeat with the remaining ingredients.
Serve warm or at room temperature.
Make Ahead Tips
The popcorn can be made up to 30 minutes ahead.
I agree with the reviewers, easy to make, tastes great and even a good flavor the next day. The guests at our holiday party thought it was very good.
As the evening turned to night, guests gravitated towards this little treat. I wasn't sure how the sugar would work out but it added that little dab of interest. Before the party, we filled little disposable wine glasses with the popped kernels and placed them in groupings on tables around the room. See more about our holiday party where this menu was featured at www.cookthestory.wordpress.com
So good. So easy. Dangerously addictive. Leftovers still tasted great the next day.
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