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Sriracha Lime Popcorn

After enjoying one of my favorite snacks for the what must be nearing the 100th time while watching one of my favorite movies, The Philadelphia Story, I thought it high time to share. Here it is:

Sriracha Popcorn

Part of what makes this quick recipe a favorite is its simplicity, the other part is Sriracha which is an absolute staple in my house.

Sriracha Bottle

For awhile I’d used a pot over the stove to make popcorn, but after tiring of using unnecessary oil and scrubbing dishes each time I wanted popcorn, I went ahead and bought an air popper, even though I usually don’t dig uni-taskers. If you’re in the market for one, I recommend the Air Crazy popper. It’s fast and throws out about as many unused kernels as a typical bag of microwave popcorn. 

So first step, gather your supplies.

popcorn kernels, lime and sriracha

{corn kernels, lime wedges and Sriracha}

Then, pop your kernels and add the flavor.  Last night, with two tablespoons of kernels, I used the juice from a quarter of a lime and a heaping 1/2 teaspoon of Sriracha, but it’s sometimes more or less.

Sriracha Popcorn

Last step, stir with the popcorn with rubber spatula until evenly coated and enjoy along with a good movie, preferably anything with Katharine Hepburn.

5 Comments Post a comment
  1. This is such a great idea! I used oil in a pot on the stove, and I also found that a paper bag in the microwave works great…no oil needed! Just the kernels.

    Great post 😄 maybe an air popper for Christmas this year?

    October 21, 2014
  2. Reblogged this on the girl who loves stripes. and commented:
    Yum! Love fresh popcorn as a snack! This is such a fresh and healthy flavor combo.

    October 21, 2014
  3. Hope it’s ok if I re-blog?:)

    October 21, 2014

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