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Old 04-15-2009, 09:22 AM   #21
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Originally Posted by luvs View Post
i love old threds; then i get to see old buddies' names. :)
Me too luvs. I think there is a lot of good info in old threads. I just like to mention the date in case someone is waiting for the OP to come back. Sometimes that just isn't going to happen.

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Old 04-17-2009, 12:13 PM   #22
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I made mine healthy by popping my popcorn in a paper bag and spraying the popped popcorn lightly with some I Can't Believe It's Not Butter Spray and adding a little salt. The popcorn comes out tender and crispy.
You can use your favorite seasoning also in place of the salt.
Enjoy! Debbie


1 LUNCH BAG; Paper.
3 tablespoon(s) POPCORN
SALT; Or Favorite Seasoning.

Place 3 tablespoons popcorn in paper bag and fold down bag a couple turns, you want to leave room so bag can expand.
Place bag in microwave; it's ok if the bad falls over during popping.
I set my timer for 2 minutes, it usually takes less then 2 minutes for me; your time will vary depending on wattage.
Let popcorn pop until you start to hear the popping slow down.
Remove from microwave and place some popcorn in a bowl; spray lightly with some butter spray and season with some salt, repeat this step again with the remaining popped popcorn.

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Old 04-24-2009, 06:32 PM   #23
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Paul Prudhomme's Season Magics are great on popcorn! I especially like Poultry Magic, although the Sweet & Hot Pizza and Pasta Magic is also very good. In a pinch any brand of cajun/blackening seasoning would probably work.

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