Instant Pot® Popcorn Recipe
For movie theater flavor and zero grease splatter, try making popcorn in your Instant Pot® with coconut oil.
I did like this popcorn, even though I forgot to add my popcorn salt to the oil this time which was my error, not the recipe. Much better than microwave popcorn! I do not own a glass lid for my Instant Pot. I made do with a glass lid from other cookware. My IP is the simple version 6 quart. I started a timer on my stove when the first 2 kernels popped. Listened to the popping to almost stop which was less than 3 minutes. Turned off the IP ,removed the lid, dumped the popcorn into a large bowl. Almost No unpopped kernels, even though my popcorn was a bit old. I will make this again! Thanks!
Learn step-by-step how to make homemade popcorn six ways. We'll show you how to make microwave, stovetop, Instant Pot®, kettle, caramel, and wok popcorn. Plus you'll get recipe ideas and inspiration for ways to dress up your freshly made, from-scratch popcorn.
White sugar makes the Kettle Corn taste like popcorn balls. Use brown sugar and it will taste like caramel corn.
Believe it or not, you can make your own delicious, low-fat microwave popcorn using standard popping corn and a brown paper lunch bag. It works perfectly.
This is a flavorful popcorn treat that makes your mouth water and disappears fast! If you toss the cooked popcorn in a paper bag, it helps to absorb any extra grease, and keeps kernels from falling to the floor. The leftovers make nice snacks for lunch boxes.
Make popcorn the old fashioned way -- on the stove top!
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