Popcorn seasoning


#22

You don’t want to know what I put on vanilla ice cream.


#23

Why does it have to be vanilla? :slight_smile:


#24

I was thinking chocolate ice cream - a riff on dunking McDonald’s fries in a chocolate shake.


#25

mmm vanilla ice cream with coagulated pigs blood.


#26

I got money on pork floss.


#27

I seem to remember that @ipsedixit loves miracle whip.


#28

Sounds right . . .


#29

Why not both, with a pinch of chili crisp.


#30

I’m definitely trying coconut oil next time.
Popcornopolis makes a “nearly naked” flavor that’s just coconut oil and salt. I thought it was buttered at first. Same luscious feeling, but the taste is a bit more neutral. This might make a better base for certain flavors.


#31

Hey very similar to our household recipe! I add a few honey roasted peanuts to the mix.


#32

I may have to rethink the coconut oil thing. May just use lard.


#33

Screw the rest. Just eat lard.

#yearofthepig


#34

Only if you deep-fry lard in lard.


#35

Has anyone tried this? Flavocal. Supposedly available at Smart and Final, as well as online.


#36

I haven’t tried it, but I can confirm that I saw it at my local Smart & Final (La Habra and Whittier).


#37

I melt butter (Vital or Delitia), then grate Red Cow parmesan (preferably from Eataly), then sprinkle an “aglio olio peperoncino” spice mix I brought home from Venice this year (similar is available at Guidi Marcello). Links below

It’s insane. Addiction worthy


#38

Sounds great except that spice mix seems ridiculously overpriced. I’d simmer fresh garlic, pepper flakes, and herbs in the butter.


#39

I melt butter (Vital or Delitia), then grate Red Cow parmesan (preferably from Eataly), then sprinkle an “aglio olio peperoncino” spice mix I brought home from Venice this year (similar is available at Guidi Marcello). Links below

Your popcorn sounds so very good. And great link, thanks.


#40

All these seasonings sound great. So good, I’d almost just forgo the popcorn. Just get in the way.


#41

The spice mix is about $7. I use it to season burgers, pasta, eggs. Incredibly versatile