So Yummy Movie Theater Popcorn one of my favorite food. Its easy to make Movie Theater Popcorn for my daughter. Ingredients for Homemade Movie Theater Popcorn. I use coconut oil when I make this recipe. This is the key ingredient to making movie theater style popcorn at home.
So Tasty Movie Theater Popcorn
Most movie theaters cook their popcorn in a coconut oil blend, which adds an interesting depth and sweetness to the popcorn. We took a look at some of the calorie counts from movie-theater popcorn sold at national theater chains via MyFitnessPal, and the results are pretty shocking. All natural YELLOW movie theatre popcorn. You can simply cook Movie Theater Popcorn by following 4 ingredients and only 5 steps. Here is cooking guidance how you can easily make that.
|Approximately 1 tbsp of Flavacol (key ingredient to authentic movie theater popcorn).|
|About 1 of Enough coconut oil to cover bottom of pot. or vegetable oil.|
|Prepare 1 1/2 tbsp of Kernels. (Or enough to cover the bottom. 1.5 tablespoons of kernels= 3 cups popped popcorn).|
|You need 1 of optional butter / or oil.|
For a truly authentic Movie Popcorn experience, this recipe includes an option to make your popcorn yellow! After many many batches of popcorn, I've settled on a combination of imitation saffron and tumeric powder as the best way to add an authentic yellow colour to the popcorn. The irresistible savory flavor and mouthwatering aroma of AMC Perfectly Popcorn™ can be traced back to its wholesome Midwestern roots. AMC® hand-selects our own mixture of seeds with the movie theatre experience in mind, resulting in a unique blend of kernels that can't be found anywhere else.
|Mix some oil with the Flavacol. Flavacol is the secret ingredient! A teaspoon or two of Flavacol should be fine. Add enough of the oil to cover the bottom of the pot..|
|Add kernels to the pot. 1 1/2 tablespoons of kernels make 3 cups popped popcorn..|
|Set stove to medium heat. Top the pot, *for safety reasons, don't open it until its done.* Wait until you hear popping, shake the pot a bit to get the kernels at the bottom. Wait for the popping to stop..|
|Add some butter (or oil) mixed with flavacol..|
The reason that movie theater popcorn is so damn tasty has nothing to do with the popcorn itself, and everything to do with the process. In fact, all batches of popcorn, regardless of location. Because—on top of recommendations for specific poppers and kernels—what really makes movie theater popcorn taste (and, very importantly, smell) like proper-noun Movie Theater Popcorn is something called "Flavacol.". And even when I tried to make the best batch of popcorn I could, it couldn't hold court with the Flavacol-flavored version. (Skip down to the read results of my test or read on. Movie theaters use butter-flavored oil, which has a lower water content than butter so it makes popcorn less soggy.