Monday, May 4, 2009

CARAMEL POPCORN



Ingredients:

100gm raw corn kernels
50gm butter
1 cup brown sugar
1 tablespoon honey


Method:

1) Use a non-stick cover/lid tight large wok, put raw corn kernel into it, covered, turn on medium flame and listen to the corn pop, when the popping sound stop, switch off flame, open cover, remove popped corn from wok

2) Melt butter over low flame in non-stick wok, add brown sugar and honey

3) Using a wooden spoon, stir continuously till sugar melted

4) Leave to sizzle for a minute without stirring, turn off flame, caramel is formed

5) Pour pre-popped corn into it, quickly stir to coat corn with caramel, remove and leaves to cool, break into pieces when cooled and store in air-tight container

11 comments:

Jay said...

fantastic recipe...wanna try asap..
wonderful space you have...gonna be a regular visitor now..

do stop by mine sometime..
Tasty appetite

deli simplicity said...

Jay, thanks for visiting. I just pop back from you blog. Very delicious Indian recipe you have there.

May said...

Terrific recipe and beautiful blog! Can't wait to try the recipe..yum! :)

deli simplicity said...

Thanks for visiting, May. You have a very awesome blog too. Guess i'll visit yours often too.

Peachie said...

My fave snack when watching a movie!! Great recipes you have on your blog!!

deli simplicity said...

Hi Peachie, Thanks once again. Your blog is very impressive too.

Umm Mymoonah said...

This is so yumm, perfect to munch anytime.

deli simplicity said...

Thanks, Umm Mymoonah

FiSh. ohFISHiee said...

back to the basic popcorn is good sometimes :) love the caramelized version very much too

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