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Gold Medal Prod.2045Flavacol Seasoning Popcorn Salt-35OZ FLAVACOL SALT
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Sell more popcorn with this secret ingredient. Worldwide, more popcorn is popped with Flavacol Seasoning Salt. The reasons are simple. We start with fine salt flakes that stick better to the popcorn and pack in the taste. Plus, the process removes trace m
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To get movie theatre style popcorn, you must pop in hot coconut oil with this mixed in. Then use a buttery topping and sprinkle a little more of this one top. That's literally the 'recipe" & it is delicious.
Coconut oil is ideal, but sometimes I use canola oil, because it's cheaper and I have it on hand.
Another cheat I use is turning this into "microwave" popcorn... since I don't want to clean a stove top popper. Mix your oil and flavorings in a small bowl, stir in unpopped kernels around a couple tablespoons. Place a brown paper lunch sack on a plate and dump in the kernel mixture. Roll the top over on itself a bit. Microwave on the plate. Obviously times will vary, but mine takes about 90 seconds. Viola.
It seems a little pricey by the time you pay for shipping, but bear in mind each of these containers has 992 servings in it. Imagine a milk carton full of salt--- that's more or less what this is. One of these will last a long time, but I will order this again, it's tasty stuff!
Here is my recommendation:
3 tablespoons of Paragon Coconut Oil
1 teaspoon of Gold Medal Flavacol (more or less depending on how salty you like it)
1/2 cup of Paragon Yellow Popcorn (sold in 12.5lb and 50lb bags)
Cook in a stirring popcorn popper. I use the good ol' Original West Bend Stir Crazy. Don't get the Stir Crazy Deluxe or the Presto/Orville poppers. They are terrible. Just read the reveiws on Amazon.
As soon as kernal popping is down to 1 pop a second, cap the bowl and flip it. Don't get concerned if there are a few more unpopped kernals than normal. It's popcorn. It's pretty cheap. If you leave it too long the heat and steam will turn the popcorn stale tasting or soggy.
After cooking, top with Gold Medal's Supur-Kist II. Don't use real butter as it is 15% water and will make your popcorn sogggy. Honestly the topping doesn't have a lot of flavor. It is more for texture but does make a difference.
I don't think I can taste the difference between this and what I get at the theaters.
On a side note, reviews here are for the Original Flavacol Seasoning (2045) but I use the BB or Better Buttery version, product number 2019.
I spent about $56 including shipping for the Paragon popcorn, Flavacol, Paragon Coconut Oil and the Gold Medal Supur-Kist II. The box was very heavy when delivered so I can't complain about the shipping cost. Picked up the Stir Crazy on sale for $20 (local Farm & Fleet). So for $76, I have enough ingredients to make popcorn for a year or two.
UPDATE 5/12/2014: Over a year later and I've yet to run out of this product, making popcorn about 1 a week. However I have switched from using the Stir Crazy to the Presto PowerPop popper. It does a great job and is so much easier to clean up than the Stir Crazy.
UPDATE 2/6/2015: Pitched the Paragon Yellow Popcorn. Too many kernels were not popping and it just began to taste stale. I now use Orville Redenbacher's Gourmet Popping Corn. A bit more expensive but isn't great tasting popcorn worth it? ;-)
— SERVING FOR TWO —
• 1/2 cup of Orville Redenbacher's Gourmet Popping Corn, Original, 8lbs
• 1 teaspoon of Gold Medal Flavacol Seasoning Salt, 35oz.
• 3 tablespoon Paragon Coconut Popcorn Popping Oil, gallon
• Add as much to your liking of Great Northern Movie Theater Butter Topping, gallon (pending recommendation)
1) Turn stove temperature to medium-high on a medium pot (with a lid available) with the coconut oil and Flavacol, mix around.
2) Drop in three kernels of popcorn as testers; put the lid on with a slight opening.
3) Once the three kernels pop, the oil is ready and you can pour all the kernels in, making sure the oil coats the kernels; put the lid on with a slight opening.
4) The popcorn will pop. Once the popping stops to about 1 every few seconds, turn off the heat and let it sit for a minute for residual popping.
5) Pour popcorn into a bowl or two and add your butter oil topping of choice. I use a Tablecraft Olive Oil Dispenser, 8 oz, because it makes it easy to pour how much I like. Feel free to add any other food items in during this point as well.
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The suggested kernel amount is for a medium-sized pot. If you want to pop more kernels you will need a bigger pot or it will overflow.
— SUMMARY —
Making movie popcorn can get expensive for all the ingredients, but compare it to how much it cost at the theaters and you'll change your mind. Try Flavacol in your popcorn-making today. Recommended.
Okay, i left my original negative review, just for reference. Some people seem to be able to add a lot of this, and they love it. But i found that it needs a specific amount for me. This is the recipe that worked for me.
1/4 tsp Flavacol
3 tbls coconut oil
1/3 cup popcorn kernals
2 tbls butter organic
Now, some people dont like adding butter because they worry it will make popcorn soggy, BUT if you allow the butter to cool down it will not do this. You can add it to the pot while you are popping the popcorn, but realize that it will cause black specks on your popcorn. it wont taste bad, but it might not be pleasing to your eyes. I just melt it in the microwave and let it cool for a minute.
Thats the closest i've gotten to movie theater popcorn, i think on my first try i used way too much flavacol, and it made my popcorn taste really nasty. A little goes a long way....
I'm a popcorn addict, i can smell popcorn a mile away. lol This tastes NOTHING like movie theater popcorn. I just ate some movie theater popcorn last week, and then made some at home. This stuff makes it taste chemical and gross.
Before i bought this i was making popcorn with coconut oil and cooled organic butter, and it tastes great. But its still missing something to make it taste just like movie theater popcorn. I added this, and it just made it taste like microwave popcorn. Any popcorn lover knows what i mean.
Anyone have any suggestions?