|by Patrick Evans-Hylton|
Popcorn is the great American munchie, but too many of us know it simply as a predictable staple of the multiplex or the microwave.
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Preheat oven to ... toss until well coated. Bake 30 ... Variations: CHOCOLATE FLAVORED POPCORN: Omit gumdrops. ... stir until melted. Continue as directed.
Place popped corn ... toss until well coated. Bake at ... Variations: ORANGE FLAVORED POPCORN: Stir in ... butter; stir until melted. Continue as directed.
Place popped corn ... toss until well coated. Bake at ... Flavored: Add 1/4 cup red cinnamon candies to melted butter; stir until melted. Continue as directed.
Place 6 1/2 ... For the nacho popcorn, place 8 ... peanut butter pieces. Transfer to empty compartment in container. Seal; store up to 2 days. Makes 19 cups.
You will also ... to make 8 popcorn balls). Shape into ... 3-inches of plastic foam cup to form a ring. Place doily on ring and place clown on top of doily.
Melt the Crisco ... together. Pour the mixture over the popped corn and thoroughly coat the popcorn. Cool on cookie sheets. Store in tightly covered container.
Spray a large ... microwave-safe bowl, combine candy coating and peanut ... large bowl, combine popcorn, cereal and ... mixture, tossing to coat well. Spread onto ... days. Makes 22 cups.
Place 6 1/2 ... For The Nacho Popcorn: Place 8 ... nuts and peanut butter pieces. Transfer to second compartment. Seal; store up to 2 days. Makes 19 cups.
Microwave directions - ... inch pan. Prepare popcorn as directed. Remove ... combine popcorn with candy and peanuts. In ... Toss until evenly coated. With buttered ... into bars. 16 bars.
In a large ... frequently. Pour over popcorn mixture; toss gently to coat. With buttered ... about 1 hour. Cut into bars. Store covered at room temperature.
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