I don’t know about you, but I love the popcorn, it’s a bit regressive, I’m well aware of it. But I think what I love most of all, it is the prepare. A little oil in a done-all, we cover the bottom with kernels of corn, cover, heat, and wait for the small ‘pops’. And I don’t know why, but when I start to hear the pop, pop, pop, I am taken by an irresistible urge to lift the lid. Well, today, I’m withholding.
For some time, I see them regularly pass the improved versions and the original of popcorn, and as I recently a good maple syrup, I said to myself that a little sweet and salty would be nice. So I ‘seasoned’ my popcorn in maple syrup and Sea salt. The result is super nice.
Popcorn with maple syrup and Sea salt
For 1 large bowl of popcorn Save Print Ingredients
- 125 g of corn popcorn
- 1 c. c. of salt of Guérande
- 2 tbsp maple syrup
- 1 tbsp sunflower oil
- In one, pour the oil and the corn and put it to heat. When the corn is no longer ‘pop’, remove from the heat and add the salt and the maple syrup while stirring quickly.
- Pour into a bowl, and voila, It is ready ! Easy right ?