Whether you are hosting friends or just enjoying the Oscars on your own couch, these popcorn and wine pairings from Will and Coral Frischkorn of Cured in Boulder are about to knock your socks off. Sweet, salty and gourmet, each pairing will make your tastebuds sing.
January 19th is Popcorn Day and we are so down to celebrate. Check out these sweet and savory popcorn recipes that are more exciting than just digging into a buttered bowl of warm kernels.
This popcorn is not just for watching movies. It makes for a perfect party snack or appetizer with fun, crunchy texture and big flavor.
From matcha to salted caramel, try these four delicious flavors to add to your next bowl of homemade popcorn.
Here’s how to make perfectly crispy popcorn shrimp that is the ultimate pair with a cold beer.
Sweet, salty, and so deliciously complex tasting, this caramel corn is made with nutty sesame oil and nori flakes.
Play with your food! Make a fun milkshake with crunchy popcorn that will give you the best of both worlds. Add some bourbon for the adults in the house.
Sweet and salty Snickers caramel corn has everything that is in the candy bar chocolate, caramel, and peanuts, but in one delicious snack.
This may be the ultimate sweet and salty snack for a night in. Make the crunchy movie companion complete with rich brown butter and a drizzle of sweet chocolate.
A beautiful vegetable salad with full-flavored mushrooms, Mexican herbs, and a crunch of Arame popcorn.
Similar in appearance to popcorn, the secret to popped sorghum is working in small batches. Don’t forget to top with delicious seasonings, too.
This stunner is gluten free, coated in sweet cream cheese icing and then dripped with caramel and topped with a crunchy popcorn and praline topping.
Tres leches cake is sweet, but cornmeal adds needed balance that catapults it into upper echelons of dessert. Top with maraschino popcorn for great flavor.
From a tailgate party to a fun dinner treat, this bite-sized crispy chicken recipe with a hint of adobo is simply mouthwatering.
Love prawns? Love Japanese? This is for you. Read on for the recipe for restaurant Saké’s Popcorn Shrimp.
The best part of making popcorn from scratch: you can put in anything you have hanging around and make it your own.
One of the great things about this popcorn recipe is that you literally need five ingredients – oil, kernels, butter, sugar and syrup.
A Thai street food re-imagined as an American snack: sweet, sour, salty, spicy flavors intact.
Christina Soong-Kroeger with a simple, gorgeous dessert for kids and grown ups alike.
This snack does not require a recipe. All you need is freshly popped, unflavored, popcorn and hot sauce of your choice.