1/2 cup ghee, 150 gms corn, 1 table spoon turmeric powder, 1 spoon Salt to Taste. All these you can put in cooker.
After coming chit chit sound, put in low flame. After 5 Minutes Later, you can see beautiful popcorn to eat at par.
How do you make popcorn step by step: Step-by-step instructions:
Add 3 or 4 popcorn kernels to the pot, cover, and heat over medium-high flame.
When the kernels have popped, add 1/2 cup of popcorn kernels to the pan, swirling to coat them in hot oil.
Cover the pot and wait for the corn to begin popping.
How do you make popcorn better: Melt 1/4 cup unsalted butter in a saucepan. In a small bowl
whisk together 1/2 cup nutritional yeast, 1 teaspoon chili powder, and 1/2 teaspoon salt. Drizzle butter and sprinkle
nutritional yeast mixture over the popcorn, and stir until the popcorn is well-coated.
How do you make a lot of popcorn: How to Make Stovetop Popcorn.
Use a good, heavy-bottomed pot.
Don't crank the heat up too high.
Start with two popcorn kernels to gauge the temperature.
Tip the lid ever-so-slightly while the popcorn is popping.
If the popcorn starts overflowing the pot: Simply remove the lid and tip the excess popcorn into a bowl.
Step 1: Materials Needed. Stove & pot.
Step 2: Heating. Pour the oil in the pot and turn the stove to a medium temperature.
Step 3: Pour in Kernels. Pour the popcorn kernels in the pot.
Step 4: Put Top on Pot.
Step 5: Shake the Pot.
Step 6: Take Top Off the Pot.
Step 7: Season.
Step 8: Make Separate Bowl.
What oil do movie theaters use for popcorn: They say the secret is in the canola oil.
Popping in canola oil allows for a clean taste and it is a healthier alternative to other oils. Also, The Neon Movies pops
their popcorn right before showtimes. They feel this gives them a freshness advantage over other theaters and produces
a tastier treat.
If you are interesting, you can supply to outside also for getting business. It is profitable business.
Otherwise you can pack yourself each 100gms and supply to shops, hotels, resorts etc.
Wishing you all the best,