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Appetizers / Snacks

Modern Popcorn

With a higher ratio of oil to popcorn you get the same crunchy texture, plus it’s far more “sticky,” so salt or other more exciting seasonings, like Everything Bagel Blend or Cajun Spice Blend, adhere easily.


8 cups

Total Time

15 minutes

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You can heat the popcorn and oil together, or heat the oil and a couple of kernels, then when they pop, add the rest of the kernels to the oil.


Heat oil and popcorn in a 10-inch cast-iron deep skillet, covered, over medium-high.

Shake skillet frequently when popcorn begins to pop, 5 minutes. Remove skillet from heat when the popping slows to 1–2 kernels per second. Immediately transfer popcorn to a bowl and season with salt.

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