Caramel Corn with Smoked Almonds and Fleur de Sel Recipe | Epicurious.com
This caramel corn is the kind of sweet-and-salty snack that you can't stop eating, equally good alongside a whiskey cocktail or downed by the handful on a movie night. Flavored with caramel, Szechuan peppercorns and almonds, and finished with bonito salt, it walks the line between sweet and savory.
Caramel Puff Corn: This is Caramel Corn from heaven. It's made with puff corn, not real popped corn, so it's not only easier to make, but it's easier on your teeth and gums. The recipe calls for cooking the sugar mixture for just a short while, then you coat the puff corn and bake it for a while. That takes the guess-work out of getting the syrup to just the right temperature. And it turns out perfect every time. The end result tastes like the county fair, and Halloween, and fall after...
Bacon Truffle Kettle Corn Smoky bacon, a whiff of earthy truffles and a touch of sugar marry to make the best Bacon Truffle Kettle Corn you’ll ever taste! 1 tablespoon bacon fat 1 tablespoon grape seed oil 1/3-1/2 cup pop corn kernels 2 tablespoons granulated sugar Truffle salt (Sabatino brand preferred)
Joy The Baker’s Perfect Kettle Corn I always thought a homemade version could never compare to the overflowing bags of perfectly sweet, expertly kettle cooked popcorn you find at the circus or a fair. Well folks, I was wrong. This recipe comes so darn close you might not be able to tell the difference.
HOMEMADE POTATO CHIPS, TWO WAYS The key to the perfectly crispy chip is the mandoline. You need to get the potatoes really, really thin, so unless you have the knife skills of a ninja, a mandoline is the way to go. You don’t need a fancy one -- a simple $20 slicer works perfectly. Just make sure you get one with a guard, and don’t worry that you can’t use that last little chunk at the end of each potato.