Make The Perfect Popcorn On Your Stove With A Stainless Steel Bowl

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Here’s a great new tip, courtesy of Alton Brown that will take your popcorn making to the next level. All you need is a heavy gauge stainless steel bowl and you have the perfect popcorn machine.

According to Brown, the bowl helps popped kernels move away from the bottom of the bowl so they don’t burn. The oil and kernels slide to the bottom near the heat to keep the kernels popping.

Checkout Alton’s video as he walks you through the process. There are two keys to using this method:  1) Covering the bowl with heavy duty foil / poking slits it in for steam to escape and 2) Continuously shaking the bowl over a medium heat until the kernels pop.

If you don’t have a big stainless steel bowl, then you can use a wok.  In need of a great bowl, then checkout this really affordable one from Amazon.

Try Making A Gigantic Ice Cream Sandwich For Your Next Party

Talk about a way to wow your friends and family at your next party.  This is such a cool concept.  Plus, it’s an ice cream sandwich, and who wouldn’t love to eat a gigantic ice cream sandwich.

To make this monster you’ll need the following:

  • 3 rectangular ice cartons
  • Box of Devil’s food cake mix
  • 4 eggs
  • Cup of water
  • Half cup of vegetable oil

Then watch the video above for the full set of instructions.  Get for the full printable recipe here.

 

5 Brilliant Tricks To Better Enjoy Your Popcorn

In this video, CrazyRussianHacker shares 5 great tips about making and enjoying popcorn:

  • Opening your popcorn bag a new way so you don’t need a bowl.
  • How to get rid of the un-popped kernels so you don’t crack a tooth.
  • How to make your own (cheaper) delicious home-made popcorn in a brown paper bag.
  • How to make your own (cheaper) delicious home-made popcorn in a glass bowl.
  • How to make bagged microwave popcorn the best you’ve ever tasted.