Homemade Popcorn, Snack for Kids

Homemade Popcorn, a Healthy Snack for Your Kids

Popcorn always favorite all age of people, but most favorite of children. Popcorn is easy to make and healthy as stove-top. Popcorn always keeps the kids busy and quiet for a few precious minutes. Here mentioned below Homemade popcorn recipe which is the healthy diet for children.

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Popcorn Machine

Popcorn was first found in Mexico 9,000 years ago from a harsh grass. A few thousands of years later it then made its way across Central to South America. Popcorn is the oldest forms of corn; the sign of popcorn comes from 3600 B.C was creating in New Mexico. Corn boss found at two ancient sites in Peru can date from as early as 4700 B.C and that people were already eating popcorn by that time.

During the Depression, popcorn helps to reduce the depression. Popcorn was relatively inexpensive at 5-10 cents a bag and now popular. Consequently, whereas other businesses failed, the popcorn business increased and became a cause of income for many struggling farmers. During World War II American compensated by eating three times as much as they had before.

Caremel Popcorn Bowl

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The healthy benefits of popcorn    

Make Popcorn Using Stove Method

The whole grain of popcorn is included in three parts; the brain, the germ, and the endosperm. The germ is full of healthy oil, proteins, vitamins E, & B and minerals. The brain is a rich source of fiber, as well as minerals, proteins, vitamins B and antioxidants. The endosperms composed some protein and some fiber. Popcorn is naturally a whole gain and thus delivers the healthy benefits from the nutrients in every element of the whole grain.

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  • 3 tablespoons peanut oil
  • 3 ounces popcorn kernels, approximately ½ cup
  • ½ teaspoon popcorn salt
  • 3 tablespoons unsalted butter

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Stove Method Popcorn

Put a heavy bottomed large skillet on a burner over medium-high. Coat the bottom with 3 tablespoon oil. The trick is to make sure all of the kernels have a good coating to confirm unswerving popping. Always use the best type of oil, especially when the health benefits of each are constantly questioned. Usually olive, grapeseed, canola, peanut and coconut oils also work.

Heat the oil for about 2 minutes. However oil is heating; add 3 tablespoon butter, which should be enough, in a small pot. Pour kernels into your big pot to cover the bottom. Only single layer, no more. Stir the kernels around to make sure they are well coated. Cover the skillet, leaving a slight gap to allow the moisture to escape. When popcorn is starting popping, heat slows down a bit. Give the Skillet shaking now and then to ensure even cooking. When the skillet is full about ¾ with popcorn, lower the heat more. Popcorn is done, count 3 seconds between each pop. Now put the pot on a cool burner and remove the lid. Skim the foam off the with a tablespoon melted butter. Put a large serving bowl and drizzle some amount of butter down its sides. Add several pinches of kosher. Swirl everything around. Taste Homemade popcorn ready now serve the kids and see its happiness.

A Girl Watching TV While Eating Popcorn

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