pop corn. Actually, it is rather interesting to hear the corn popping inside the hot pot.My kids listened patiently to the corn popping with funny expression on their face! LOL!
I did not control the gas stove fire very well, so I ended up with one bottom layer of burn out pop corn in my pot. I used the nice ones on the top part and threw away the burned ones.
The pop corn I made was not very crunchy, maybe because I washed the corn and did not dry them properly. I adapted this pop corn making technique from Simple Recipes.
Pop Corn, 1/3 cup
Butter, 1 tablespoon
Honey, 2 table spoons
Salt to taste
Vegetable oil, 3 tablespoons
Heat up a heavy lid pot. Put in the vegetable oil. Add a few corn and close the lid. When these few corns start to pop, add in the rest of the corn. Remove pot from heat and let all the corn pop. Then put the pot back on the stove and turn on the heat. Open the lid a little to release water vapour to make the pop corn crispy. Add salt, butter and honey. Remove from heat and stir to mix well.
Pop corn before adding honey, butter and salt