Microwave hot air nfa popcorn. <t>

Yield: 1 servings

Measure Ingredient
\N \N - microwave small-to-medium size paper
\N \N Sack (heavier brown sacks,
\N \N Heavier than
\N \N The bulk brown paper lunch
\N \N Bags, seems to work the
\N \N Best; they seem to
\N \N Be the \"right weight\". Orville Redenbacher's Hot
\N \N Air popcorn (this seems to
\N \N Work the
\N \N Best for me).

Put some kernels into bag, and put bag into microwave. (I fold the open end over once.) As microwaves seem to very greatly, I won't recommend temps or times; I usually have to experiment a little with every "new" microwave that I encounter. I'd probably start with the temp that you'd use for regular microwave popcorn. Of course, time is influenced by the amt of popcorn kernels.

I hover around the microwave until the rate of popping slows down. I then remove and enjoy! (I like it unadorned.) I'm willing to put up with the occasional bag with a lot of unpopped kernels as I much prefer this to the alternative. I can keep paper sacks and popcorn in my desk easily enough.

I started doing it this way several years ago, but recently I've had two different people comment on this, so I was inspired to pass it on (as I'm munching and typing ;-).

From: cmadson@... (Cheryl Madson). Fatfree Digest [Volume 1 Issue 1] July 22, 1994. Formatted by Sue Smith, S.Smith34, TXFT40A@... using MMCONV.

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