Tuesday, 27 March 2012

Easy Microwave Recipe - Popcorn in 2 minutes

Easy Microwave Popcorn Recipe


Making popcorn in a microwave is not a new recipe. Anyway I found it recently & started to make them at home. This is a ridiculously easy recipe.

I did this again yesterday during my office lunch time. Yes, I have started to share my recipes with my colleagues. :) We have a plan to cook something new in each week. Anyway it is a challenge as I have to consider many things while selecting a recipe. It must be easy, must suit with tastes of friends from different Nationalities, must be able to cook using the few utensils at office, must be with less ingredients etc etc


Easy Microwave Recipe - Popcorn

Last week I introduced ‘Microwave Potato Chips’ & all of them enjoyed it much. I am really happy when they admire the recipe I introduced to them.

So this is my microwave popcorn recipe I tried with them.

I used powdered sugar with popcorn as it is much easier. However there are many different toppings with salt, chili, garlic powder etc.

Ingredients (For 1 small bag of Popcorn)

3 tbs corn kernels
1-2 tbs powdered sugar to taste (or use salt to taste, or add your topping later)
1 tsp cooking oil
1 brown paper bag


Method

Open the brown paper bag & pour the corn in.

Pour the oil & sugar (or seasoning).Shake well.
Then fold the bag twice on top. Some recipes mention about using a staple pin, but I don’t use & it is fine.


Set the bag in microwave.
Popcorn in Microwave


Cook 2 minutes in ‘High’.
You will here the popping sound continuously.

After 2 minutes, take the bag out.
Open with care avoiding the steam.
Wow!! Microwave popcorn is ready!!!

Easy Microwave Recipe - Popcorn
Pour them on to a bowl.
Add a topping of your choice if you do not like it with sweet taste.

Easy Microwave Recipe - Popcorn

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18 comments:

  1. Amy loved this recipe. Thanks for sharing :)
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  2. I've just recently discovered this way of popping popcorn kernels - so much easier and mess-free than the traditional saucepan method!

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  3. Wow, they have popped up perfectly! Nice idea to make pop corn in microwave.

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  4. They have come out really good..

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  5. Nice popcorn so good to eat when watching television I love it.

    zonia

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  6. they popped up perfectly. nice munchies

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  7. wow, they have come out great..will love to try it at home...thanks for sharing!!

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  8. So easy n tasty
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  9. Looks yummy Amy. Lovely pics.

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  10. Great idea using the paper bag, hadn't thought of that! Adding about 1 TBSP of brown sugar is good too if you like the flavor of Kettle Corn! Brown bagging popcorn from now on, best part is no pot or bowls to clean! Thanks Amy
    ~Holly

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  11. I have seen recipes like this but have always been scared to give it a try. Thanks for trying it! Sounds great and I will definitely have to give it a try!

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  12. I've been nervous about trying popcorn in a bag like this, but will definitely have to give it a try! Sounds easy and delicious!

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  13. sorry for all the posts! Keep getting error messages and I don't see anyway to delete them. :)

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  14. Love the idea of powdered sugar in popcorn. Kids will love them. Thanx for sharing..!

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  15. Thanks for sharing such a super easy popcorn recipe! Just a question though, is there a difference between putting your toppings before you put it on the microwave and after it has been popped?

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  17. Easy Popcorn Microwave Recipe is a very easy process and i like this recipe. Thanks for sharing.

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