Popcorn is a staple in my house throughout the year. I love making caramely wonderful popcorn and set it out in buckets for everyone to enjoy during the holiday season. (the popcorn in the video below did not last longer than 3 hours in our studio kitchen) https://youtu.be/rBT-TdW_w88 …
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B7rcWZs5BCE Nothing like corn bread baked in a cast iron pan. Amazing how much difference there is. You don’t have to use the bacon, butter can work, but in the south, bacon is a must. Print Corn: Old Fashioned Corn Bread Author: Chef Brad Ingredients …
Popcorn is a comfort food in my house. I love the whirly pop or stainless steel popcorn popper. It is amazing and easy.
- ¼ cup xagave or sugar
- 1 T. cinnamon
- ¼ cup coconut oil
- 1 T. salt
- In a whirly pop heat on stove over med/high heat. Add the ingredients with ½ cup of popcorn kernels. Place lid on and shake or turn handle and begin to pop the kernels. You can add more sugar on top if you want it to be sweeter.
- In a a whirly pop heat on stove over med/high heat. Add the oil with ½ cup of popcorn kernels. Place lid on and shake or turn handle and begin to pop the kernels. When finished popping sprinkle with the salt.
- A stove top popcorn popper is a must. Make sure to get the stainless one and not the cheaper version. I went through many of the cheap ones and have since I bought the stainless version I have not had to replace it. And it does get a work out.
I love this salad. The cooked cracked corn is so different and unexpected that it makes the salad Print Corn: Cracked Corn Salad Author: Chef Brad Ingredients 3 cups cracked corn, cooked Crack pop corn by placing in hand grinder or powerful blender to crack. …
Nothing like kettle corm for the holidays and with the stove top popper it is easy as can be. Print Christmas Cinnamon Kettle Corn Author: Chef Brad Ingredients ¼ cup coconut oil ½ cup popcorn kernels ⅓ cup sugar 1 tablespoon cinnamon Instructions Place oil …
Popcorn is probably the most eaten treat around the holiday season. I cannot make this often, I have no self control when it comes to cashew corn.
- 2 cups cashews, lightly roasted
- 8 to 10 cups popcorn (about ¾ cup of raw kernels)
- 1 ½ cups sugar
- 1 cup butter, only butter
- ½ cup corn syrup
- ½ teaspoon cream of tarter
- ½ teaspoon baking soda
- 1 teaspoon vanilla
- ½ teaspoon salt
- Place popped corn in a large buttered bowl.
- Roast nuts and place in the bowl with the popcorn.
- In a heavy sauce pan place the sugar, corn syrup, butter, cream of tartar, and salt and bring to a boil on high heat stirring constantly. Drop temperature to medium high heat and cook for 5 minutes or until it reaches a hard ball stage. (Meaning, it forms a ball when dropped into cold water.)
- After mixture reaches hard ball stage, remove from heat and add: Vanilla, Baking soda
- Stir well and then pour over popcorn and cashews. Mix will to coat popcorn. Pour out onto buttered cookie sheet and press lightly. Cool until hard and breaks into pieces.
This recipe can be a formula for many wonderful popcorn treats. I love to add a variety of different things to this recipe to create wonderful treats. Print Chef Brad’s Caramel Corn Delight Author: Chef Brad Ingredients 2 cups nuts, lightly roasted 8 to 10 …
Hot cereal so good it feels like you are eating dessert for breakfast! What a wonderful way to start the day.
- Equal parts each of the following grains: KAMUT, popcorn, pearled barley, brown rice.
- Coconut oil
- Combine grains into a bowl and hand mix.
- Pour grain mixture in to the Wonder Junior hand grain mill and grind coarse.
- Add 3-4 cups of water, pinch of salt, and a splash of coconut oil for every cup of cereal grains to pressure cooker. Stir together.
- Pressure cook for 3 minutes.
- Optionally serve with sweetener (Agave or Coconut Sugar), fresh berries, and a splash of milk.