|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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Simmer syrup and sugar over ... spoon, pour over popcorn in a large ... hands with butter and very quickly take handfuls of popcorn and form into balls.
Boil to soft ball then add: Pour over popcorn. Make into balls.
Mix and bring to boil stirring constantly. Pour over 3 quarts popped corn. Mix and let stand a few minutes. Butter hands and form into balls.
Boil until it forms a very hard ball in cold water. ... dissolved. Pour over popped corn and form into balls quickly. (10-ounce can popcorn makes 30 balls.)
Mix first three ... quarts popped corn. Mix. Let stand a few minutes. Form into ball. Less messy if you coat your hands with butter before forming into balls.
Pop popcorn and measure it ... mixing bowl. Pour syrup in pan and ... forms a hard ball in water. Take ... in waxed paper. Makes 12 large popcorn balls.
Bring to a rolling boil. Remove from fire, add 1/2 teaspoon soda, stir until foamy. Pour on popcorn. Butter hands and make into balls.
Pop popcorn and remove any ... minutes for popcorn balls. Pour mixture ... awhile to prevent burning your hands and to prevent corn from sticking to hands.
NOTE: Before preparing ... 2 batches of popcorn ready in a ... to form popcorn balls. Proceed with ... This will make about 18 to 20 small popcorn balls.
Put on stove ... Remove from stove and add 2 teaspoons soda and a few drops of food coloring. Stir well, as mixture froths. Pour over popcorn. Makes 1 gallon.
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