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It is difficult to imagine a cine-outing without a tub of popcorn in hand. Popcorn and a tub of ice cream are staple accompaniments in binge-watching TV sessions as well. And the best part is, it takes just a few minutes to get them popping up in the microwave or the pressure cooker. Even a non-cook can’t go wrong with microwave-compatible packaged popcorn. Salted, spicy, caramelised are a few flavours you may have seen in recent years, with the over-priced cafeterias of mushrooming multiplexes. Popcorn, however, is deceptively versatile and can be combined with several other food items to produce unusual — yet lip-smacking — flavours. With Netflix set to enter into India, here are a few recipes exploiting the popcorn to its fullest, some classic and some experimental.
Whisk out that jar of Nutella from the kitchen drawer and go indulge in this sinful combination.
Just when you think you’ve exhausted all possible uses of Oreo, a recipe comes along demanding the crumbling goodness of Oreo cookies. This recipe is a testament to the versatility of both Oreo cookies and popcorn.
When you are simply too tired for the tedious baking process, try this easy no bake recipe and plonk yourself on the couch as you binge-watch the next best TV show.
If there are cupcakes, why shouldn’t there be cup popcorn, especially a cupcake-flavoured cup popcorn?
There’s no need to feel ashamed if you are unadventurous when it comes to tasting something new. You have a right to swear your allegiance to classic popcorn if you want to. Here is a recipe to help you cater to all tastes – savoury, spicy and sweet.