Snappy Yellow Popcorn, 4 Pounds
- A Healthy Snack
- Low Fat, High Fiber
- Grown in Iowa since 1940
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Update: Whatever the quality of the popcorn, I am a bit stunned by their customer service. After my review was posted I got an email from them apologizing and giving me an 800 number to call for a replacement. I was busy and didn't call. So they called me! They're sending a free replacement and they again apologized.
I'll be happy to try the replacement and will upgrade my review if necessary. If the usual product is anywhere close to their customer service then I'll assume I was just unlucky with my first jar.
I recommend using a 5-quart stockpot/chili pot/dutch oven to make popcorn on the stove. You don't necessarily need high walls on the pot, but you do need some interior volume to accommodate the expansion of the popped kernels.
1) Pour 2-3 tablespoons of olive oil into the pot.
2) Put three corn kernels into the oil and cover the pot.
3) Turn the heat on to medium-high. The interesting thing about making popcorn on the stove is that a medium-high heat works better than a low heat, because the kernels pop more quickly and thus have less time to burn.
4) Listen carefully to the pot -- the three kernels should pop within a couple of minutes. When the kernels have popped, remove them from the pot. Now sprinkle or grind some sea salt into the oil, and any other spices you may want to use (curry powder, turmeric, cumin, pepper, etc.) Spread the salt and/or spices around with a wooden spoon to incorporate them into the oil.
5) Pour 1/2 a cup or 3/4 of a cup of popcorn kernels into the pot. Use a spoon to move the kernels around and coat them thoroughly with oil. Cover the pot.
6) Now wait for the kernels to pop. Make sure the lid on the pot is tightly sealed. Every 30 seconds or so, grab the pot handles using oven mitts or potholders and lift the pot slightly off the flame, shaking the pot around in a vigorous circular motion and side-to-side. Put the pot back down on the flame.Read more ›
The large opening of the container makes it easy to scoop out just the right amount.
What a huge difference between this and microwave popcorn.
I would definitely recommend Snappy Popcorn!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I use this with my Orville Redenbacher microwave popper, using rice bran oil. I get 99% of the kernels popped! Great quality popcorn.Published 1 month ago by Carolyn Dumond
I make this with my popper and it makes great popcorn. Light and fluffy. I add a bit of butter.Published 1 month ago by Rachel
Product seems a little stale than some of the other popcorn I have on hand.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
I like to cook my popcorn myself with one of those Presto cookers as I try to eat healthy and microwave popcorn bags are loaded with terrible chemicals. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Emily