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Popcorn Seasoning – Immaculate Bites

Popcorn Seasoning – A simple spice combination that turns an old-fashioned snack into an incredible flavor explosion. Turn any ordinary night into a movie date night. Buttery, salty or sweet, and absolutely delicious indulgences will make the toughest of weeks go by in no time.

My love of popcorn dates back to childhood. Movie night with my family meant giant buckets of buttery popcorn.

Salty and sweet popcorn condiments are equally satisfying. Try kettle corn, crunchy caramel, or cinnamon and sugar popcorn to soothe your sweet tooth with a heartbeat. It’s a no-nonsense snack. And this homemade popcorn seasoning recipe adds a touch of nostalgia to the mix.

Pour melted butter over seasoned popcorn

Homemade popcorn seasoning is the best

Just because it’s low in calories doesn’t mean it has to be boring.Recently I whip up popcorn Served with some homemade seasoning mix. When you’re in the mood for deliciousness, the salty smoothness of Parmesan cheese enhances your popcorn snack. For those with a sweet tooth, popcorn is truly addictive with a simple cinnamon and sugar mix.

recipe ingredients

What you need for parmesan seasoning

parmesan seasoning

  1. Parmesan cheese – This well-aged cheese boasts a strong umami flavor and pairs well with popcorn salt and butter. You can use freshly grated or packaged parmesan powder.
  2. garlic powder – what can I say? Garlic and Parmesan cheese are especially good with popcorn.
  3. dried herbs – Thyme, basil, oregano, rosemary, pepper flakes and parsley make up the perfect herb medley to complete the flavor profile of this popcorn seasoning.

cinnamon sugar seasoning

  1. white sugar – Now in the best popcorn condiments with a sweetness that complements warm cinnamon.
  2. cinnamon – Add some holiday spice to your popcorn for treats like cinnamon toast.

How to make homemade popcorn seasoning

Sweet and delicious 6 types of popcorn seasoning

parmesan popcorn seasoning

  • combine ingredients – Combine cheese, garlic powder, herbs, pepper flakes and salt in a medium bowl or jar.

cinnamon sugar popcorn seasoning

  • combine ingredients – Place sugar, cinnamon and salt in a small bowl and stir until completely mixed. Use immediately or store in an airtight jar.
Mix popcorn seasoning to everyone's taste

recipe variations

  1. The sky is the limit for seasoning your popcorn. Switch these recipes lemon pepper, Creole, jamaican jerkWhen buttermilk ranch Seasoning with a twist that tastes different every time.
  2. Whether you make your own popcorn or use microwaveable popcorn, you can always add your own touch to take it to the next level. If you don’t want to use white sugar, you can use alternatives such as brown sugar, coconut sugar, or unsweetened sweeteners.
  3. Add nutmeg and allspice to the cinnamon-sugar seasoning for a warm fall-themed popcorn flavor.
  4. Some people can’t eat cheeses made from cow’s milk, but cheeses made from sheep’s or goat’s milk are fine.

tips and tricks

  1. Adding the seasoning after the butter or coconut oil while the popcorn is still hot helps the popcorn stick better.
  2. If you want the popcorn to coat evenly, spread it out on a baking sheet and add the seasoning.

advance instructions

Both of these condiments can be made ahead of time and placed in a jar or spice shaker. Then you’ll be ready to sprinkle big flavors the next time you make popcorn.

Serving and Storage and Instructions

What’s better than fresh out of kettle popcorn? With the butter still in the skillet, sprinkle with the seasonings, cover and shake well. Ready to go!

Condiments for cinnamon sugar popcorn should stay fresh in the cupboard longer than you use them up. A savory version with fresh Parmesan cheese, on the other hand, will keep in the refrigerator for about a month.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I use anything other than butter or oil?

yes! You can skip fat entirely by air popping treats. Then, shake up your seasonings and enjoy some guilt-free, fat-free popcorn.

Should I use dried herbs or can I use fresh ones?

You can certainly appreciate the popcorn, and the flavor will stand out more. However, dried herbs stick better to popcorn, making the mix last longer.

Can you cook popcorn with seasonings?

I already tried that, but it didn’t work. Popcorn seasoning burns easily. Yu! Better to add it later.

Compatibility with homemade seasoned popcorn

The thirst-quenching drink pairs well with salty, crispy snacks like popcorn.Please try it in the atmosphere of autumn homemade apple ciderOther great drinks you can make are Amacha of the South When strawberry watermelon juice.

More Tasty Condiment Recipes for Your Popcorn

  1. creole cajun seasoning
  2. Jamaican Jerk Seasoning
  3. lemon pepper seasoning
  4. ranch seasoning
  5. blackened seasoning

Conclusion

The next time you’re in the mood for a snack, enjoy butter popcorn with your favorite seasonings.Take your popcorn to another level with these delicious homemade seasonings. How long did it last? Let us know!

popcorn seasoning

A simple combination of spices turns a classic snack into an incredible flavor explosion. Buttery, salty or sweet, and absolutely delicious indulgences will make the toughest of weeks go by in no time.1/4 to 1/2 cup

material

parmesan popcorn seasoning

instructions

parmesan seasoning

  • Combine cheese, garlic, herbs, pepper flakes, and salt well in a medium bowl or jar.

cinnamon sugar

  • Place sugar, cinnamon and salt in a small bowl and mix until completely combined.store in an airtight container

Tips and notes:

  • Adding the seasoning after the butter or coconut oil while the popcorn is still hot helps the popcorn stick better.
  • If you want the popcorn to coat evenly, spread it out on a baking sheet and add the seasoning.
  • Keep in mind that nutritional information is approximate and can vary greatly depending on products used in recipes.

Nutrition Facts Table:

Serving: 1tablespoon| | calorie: 51kcal (3%)| | carbohydrates: 11g (Four%)| | protein: 1g (2%)| | obesity: 1g (2%)| | saturated fat: 0.4g (3%)| | Polyunsaturated fat: 0.1g| | Monounsaturated fat: 0.2g| | cholesterol: 2mg (1%)| | sodium: 339mg (15%)| | potassium: 34mg (1%)| | fiber: 1g (Four%)| | sugar: 8g (9%)| | Vitamin A: 109IU (2%)| | Vitamin C: 0.1mg| | calcium: 44mg (Four%)| | iron: 0.4mg (2%)



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