Pop up flavor, not fat, with this perfect-anytime snack.
By America's Test Kitchen | July 7, 2011
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It burned the heck out of my Le Creuset. Not happy.
I also got a burned Dutch oven and not a single popped kernel. Waste of popcorn and is going to be a mess to clean.
Liked this recipe. Not a single burnt kernel and only a few leftover! I did have to vigorously shake it though….
Should you use a peanut oil or something with a higher smoke point for popcorn? Otherwise I would imagine it would burn like the other posts have mentioned.
Water – really?? I think that would burn my pan too
“It burned the heck out of my Le Creuset. Not happy.”
And that is why I use a big stainless steel mixing bowl and shake it vigorously.
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