|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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Mix popcorn and candy corn ... to the soft ball stage, 234 degrees, ... 2" or larger balls. Makes 20. Wrap in waxed paper, don't put in closed container.
Melt caramels with water in ... occasionally. Pour over popcorn; toss until ... hands slightly moistened with cold water, shape popcorn mixture into balls.
Keep popcorn hot like above. Melt caramels in water in top of double boiler, stirring often. Add salt. Pour over popcorn.
Place unwrapped caramel pieces and water ... is melted. Add popcorn, toss until ... into 2 inch balls. Wrap each popcorn ball ... of clear plastic wrap.
Heat brown sugar, ... stirring constantly. Add popcorn. Cook stirring ... into 2 inch balls. Place on ... plastic bags and tie. Makes about 6 popcorn balls.
Boil to soft ball stage. Pour over corn and stir until corn is coated. Can be made into balls or left in chunks.
Pop popcorn and remove any ... 3 minutes for caramel corn or 5 minutes for popcorn balls. Pour mixture ... hands and to prevent corn from sticking to hands.
Melt caramels and water in ... until smooth. Pour over popcorn and toss until well coated. Moisten hands with cold water. Shape into balls. Makes 6 balls.
Melt caramels with water over ... water form into balls. Variation: Prepare ... directed. Spread on greased cookie sheet. Let stand until firm. Break apart.
Mix together. Cook, ... mixture of corn and syrup can be made into popcorn balls, if desired. Makes about a dozen. Approximately 1 gallon of popped corn.
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