Cinnamon and sugar with a sprinkling of salt. Tastes like kettle corn!
06/01/2010 - 2:10pm
How about cooking it in a standard stove top popper and using olive oil? I use 1/2 cup of kernels to a tablespoon of oil.
When it's cooked, I add a light sprinkling of salt, mix well and serve myself and maybe my wife if she's interested. (She usually is.) but I feel it's not that much worse than hot air popcorn which has the same flavor as styrofoam, plus I don't use butter. I will say mine is light years better than microwave popcorn, which not only tastes odd, is greasy and stinks when it cooks.