This popcorn pops up great in a hot air popper. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, Press J to jump to the feed. Yo! Part of the reason it coats so well is it mixes with the oil before the kernels pop which coats the resulting popcorn well. Really the only way to do it with an air popper is to mix it after, either in a bag with some flavacol in it or sprinkled in a big bowl and hand tossed. A $20 stove top popper, coconut oil, and flavacol will give you the absolute best results imo, Thanks, I'll give that a try. If this is a … We recommend using half a teaspoon or less per batch, which represents 1,370mg of sodium, or 57% of your daily recommended intake of sodium. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. Put in the popcorn in the bag, pour in some butter, salt, and fold the top twice to secure it. I usually put softened butter in the drip tray that melts and drips onto the exit ramp during popping, but it doesn't seem to be enough to make the Flavacol adhere very well. Microwave the bag on high for 2 to 3 minutes or until you stop hearing the popping of the kernels. Be sure to check out our recipe for Movie Theatre Popcorn and Happy Popping! 2 Comments To "Flavacol: The Secret Ingredient in Movie Theatre Popcorn". If you’ve ever been on a quest to reproduce the taste of perfect movie theatre popcorn, you’ve probably stumbled upon Flavacol while researching the required ingredients. Since 2009 CornPopper.ca has been providing delicious popcorn products to Canadians, from east to west and to the far north! Pour the coated kernels into a brown paper bag and fold it gently near the top so it fits into your microwave. The GMO status of this popcorn isn’t listed, so it’s safe to assume it does use genetically modified corn. I don't think it will work with an air popper. If you have a hot-air popper, don’t despair, you can also sprinkle Flavacol onto your freshly made batch. Hence, Flavacol can, if used sparingly, contribute to preparing a healthier batch of popcorn. As why I like to air pop, it's partly tradition and also that we always liked the sort of taste that results, and also it can be healthier than popping in oil (though I've learned that popping with the right oils isn't bad at all as I once had mistakenly thought.). Straight from the CornPopper kitchen, here is the tried and true method for preparing that perfect movie theatre popcorn at home. Spray a bit of cooking spray on the popped corn, toss, spray a bit more, toss again. Used primarily by movie theatres, this popcorn seasoning is still mostly unknown by the public, and is usually sold in bulk for use in commercial-sized popcorn makers. Many popcorn lovers have noticed they use less butter on their popcorn when using Flavacol, because the popcorn already has a pleasant buttery taste. It is also worth noting that Flavacol does not contain any iodine, a necessary nutrient, and should therefore not replace regular salt in your diet. Because these flakes have a greater surface area than the traditional cube-shaped salt crystals, they stick to popcorn better, and result in an even coverage. I can't answer your question, unfortunately, but I can tell you how I make mine in case you want to try homemade microwave popcorn. I normally make popcorn with a classic Presto Popcorn Now Continuous Corn Popper that I've had single I was little. While Flavacol is mostly sold in bulk by wholesalers, some retailers have started to carry it as the interest in the product has grown in recent years. I would really appreciate some good tips on how to make this work better without giving up air popping, which has become a big tradition for us. What is Flavacol? I might try adding additional flavacol in the mixing stage to see if that makes the flavour stronger. So if you wonder where to buy Flavacol in Canada, look no further: we are here to help! Air popping has nothing to help the costing process - the affect would likely be similar to just sprinkling it on after its popped - which is not very good! Add oil to popper and heat on medium to medium-high. Why don’t you try making a batch of flavacol infused butter? The coconut oil is a new addition for me, but it's brought my popcorn one step closer to theatre consistency. Half a teaspoon added directly to your Whirley Pop stovetop popper or electric popcorn popper before popping is all it takes to give your entire popcorn batch that famous salty and buttery taste. It's amazing on popcorn - with a bit of tinkering you can nail the movie theatre stuff. Flavacol is high in sodium, and is otherwise a negligible source of nutrients; you won’t find any fat, carbs, proteins, vitamins or even calories in its content. Use healthy popcorn seasonings for a nutritious snack. However, it is impossible to get any seasoning to stick to the popped corn.Any suggestions?Sent by MikeEditor: Mike, we’ve found that even just a tablespoon of olive oil, tossed with popcorn, can help make seasonings and salt stick to the popcorn better. A fast and easy way to pop popcorn without the added fat and calories of cooking oil is to pop it in an air popper. I also use flavacol. Measure out Flavacol (1/4 teaspoon per 1 oz un-popped kernels or 1 teaspoon per 1/2 cup un-popped kernels - adjust as needed to your popper and taste). Meanwhile, the Better Buttery version of the product contains an artificial sweetener in addition to these ingredients. But you can buy your own carton of this “secret ingredient” from us at CornPopper.ca! We always recommend popping popcorn in oil, like our Real Theatre Popping Oil, for maximum flavour. This step is tricky, and the exact cooking time will depend on many factors.