Paula’s Party Popcorn

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Paula’s Party Popcorn Paula’s Party Popcorn


Salty and citrus flavors combine for the best movie night popcorn, sure to be a hit!

Difficulty: Easy

Ingredients Add to grocery list

3 tablespoon canola, peanut or grapeseed oil (high smoke point oil)
1/3 cup of high quality popcorn kernels
Paula Deen Collection Seasoned Salt
Paula Deen Collection Steak Seasoning
Paula Deen Collection Lemon Pepper Seasoning

Directions

Heat the oil in a 3-quart saucepan on medium high heat. Put 2 popcorn kernels into the oil and cover the pan. When the test kernels pop, add the rest of the 1/3 cup of popcorn kernels in an even layer. Cover. The popcorn should begin popping soon, and all at once. Once the popping starts in earnest, gently shake the pan by moving it back and forth over the burner. Try to keep the lid slightly ajar to let the steam from the popcorn release (the popcorn will be drier and crisper). Once the popping slows to several seconds between pops, remove the pan from the heat, remove the lid, and pour into a large bowl. Depending on how many different flavors you would like to make, have this amount of smaller bowls ready. Divide the popcorn among the smaller bowls and give a few very liberal shakes of the individual seasoning over the popcorn in each bowl. Shake to mix.

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We put melted butter and Old Bay on our popcorn. It is wonderful!

By Carol Blunt on January 31, 2014

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I sprinkle mine liberaly with garlic powder....wow....amazing.......

By steve on August 17, 2013

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GREAT mY kIDS LOVE IT SOOOOOOOOOOO MUCH <3 WE ATE LIKE.... 5 FULL ONE S.!

By Stacy David :] on June 13, 2012

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Popcorn recipe looks great. My husband makes the best popcorn tho. He uses my mom's recipe I taught him. Use white popcorn, bacon grease & a bit of canola oil. Pop the corn then toss with add melted butter or Orville Redenbacher's Butter Flavor Popcorn Oil and Kraft Grated American Cheese. The cheese is in a blue can and hard to find in my area. I have to order by the case from Amazon.com. It is yummy! Bacony, Cheesey goodness!!

By Debbie on January 31, 2012

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Welcome to Indianapolis this weekend, Paula! We will be so happy to have you here. I don't really need new cookbooks these days, because I have one of yours (Lady & Sons), which you autographed. I use it so often, and with all the wonderful things that appear on your website -- Heck, I'm covered with all the recipes I could possibly want. Love you, Susan (one of your Paulettes)

By Susan on January 31, 2012

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Love Paula's recipes....can never go wrong with her. Love watching Paula and her family. Happy Thanksgiving

By Roberta on November 23, 2011

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I like to put the powdered cheese on my popcorn from the mac & cheese box, and sometimes, i also like to put alittle bit of chili seasonings on it. Have you ever tried?

By Cori on November 04, 2011

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This is one treat I will not have to give up.......do you have any tips for someone who just been told to go gluten free by Dr also diabetic ........ there goes about half my recipes........also have recent diagnosis of gouty arthritis

By Doris M on October 12, 2011

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I found that adding seasonings to the oils, blooms the spices (if used) and cooks the flavor into the popcorn. smile Then I add the salt after. I even do the butter that way. I get butter flavor (from real butter) and less oily fingers. wink Maybe you might experiment. I can't wait to try your citrusy popcorn! Sounds so great! I'm gonna try it tonight!

By Sumiko on July 22, 2011

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Paula, I love popcorn, grew up on it as it was one of the few snacks we were allowed. Would it be a culinary sin to ask you for the ingredients of your Paula Deen Collection Seasoned Salt, Paula Deen Collection Steak Seasoning, and Paula Deen Collection Lemon Pepper Seasoning? At $10 a pop, is a bit steep for me to personally purchase. But I am certain I could reproduce a couple with what seasoning's I have on hand. Thank you so much. Regards, Patti

By Patricia Laundree on July 22, 2011

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I Have Been Looking for My Grandmothers Old Timey Meatloaf for Years It was a Very Simple Recipe and My Husband Loves Meatloaf ! Every Meatloaf I Fix I End Up Pitching It Out To the Dogs ! Please Help ! Never Brown Enough,Dune Enough Or Just Doesent Taste Like Mamas !!

By rita byers on July 22, 2011

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I Have Been Looking for My Grandmothers Old Timey Meatloaf for Years It was a Very Simple Recipe and My Husband Loves Meatloaf ! Every Meatloaf I Fix I End Up Pitching It Out To the Dogs ! Please Help ! Never Brown Enough,Dune Enough Or Just Doesent Taste Like Mamas !!

By rita byers on July 22, 2011

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I Have Been Looking for My Grandmothers Old Timey Meatloaf for Years It was a Very Simple Recipe and My Husband Loves Meatloaf ! Every Meatloaf I Fix I End Up Pitching It Out To the Dogs ! Please Help ! Never Brown Enough,Dune Enough Or Just Doesent Taste Like Mamas !!

By rita byers on July 22, 2011

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I also absolutely LOVE popcorn with some butter and Paula's House Seasoning... deeeelish!!

By Andrea Calvert on July 22, 2011

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Paula, My son and I tried your popcorn it was fablous

By roxanne cruz on July 22, 2011

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Happy Birthday, Paula. I hope all of your birthday wishes are granted. I hope you enjoy many, many more years of great health and great cooking.

By bonfire on January 19, 2011

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Paula, this is how my grampa always made popcorn with one difference. He used a brown grocery sack as the lid and an old, heavy pressure cooker pan to pop it in (became the popcorn only pan). I always thought the paper bag was the secret key to making the best popcorn you could eat.

By Lynn Nace on January 19, 2011

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