Jack‘s’ Unprofessional Cooking|Oil-free popcorn, natural health without burden.

Material:


Dry corn kernels (to make popcorn)

*Never buy canned corn


Practice:

Without adding a drop of oil to the pot, spread the corn kernels in the pot and heat it evenly on a low heat (the pot should be covered and do not open, if there is a transparent lid, it depends on the situation). Shake the pot a little in the middle to keep the corn kernels from burning. The rest is to wait patiently. The aroma of corn will come out first, and then you will hear the sound of popcorn. Shaking and listening to the sound can also roughly tell how much is left in it that hasn't exploded. It takes about 5 to 10 minutes. The control of the heat is very important, so be patient.


Jack‘s’ Unprofessional Cooking|Oil-free popcorn, natural health without burden.

Jack‘s’ Unprofessional Cooking|Oil-free popcorn, natural health without burden.

Jack‘s’ Unprofessional Cooking|Oil-free popcorn, natural health without burden.

Jack‘s’ Unprofessional Cooking|Oil-free popcorn, natural health without burden.

Jack‘s’ Unprofessional Cooking|Oil-free popcorn, natural health without burden.

Jack‘s’ Unprofessional Cooking|Oil-free popcorn, natural health without burden.

I didn't expect to buy dried corn kernels in so many places. Meilianshe, Family Mart, and 7-11 didn't sell them. It was not easy to buy them when I went to the miscellaneous grain shop. I remember that dry corn kernels were quite easy to buy in the past, but I don’t know why they are sold in so many places now?

This is pure original popcorn without any seasonings. It is actually better than I expected, just the smell of popcorn. Of course, if you want to make it into caramel or salty taste, it is OK. This is changed according to personal taste. After all, the most difficult popcorn process is over, and the rest is just a small problem.

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