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Popcorn in Larder & Vine Okra Green Dutch Oven

Homemade Dutch Oven Popcorn Recipe

Elevate your family movie night by popping your own popcorn in the comfort of your home. This recipe is not only insanely simple but also customizable to your preferences. Whether you're a butter fanatic or a chocolate lover, you can easily tailor this recipe to your liking.


All you'll need is your Larder & Vine Dutch Oven to make this Homemade Dutch Oven Popcorn Recipe. Our domed lid with self-basting drip bumps keeps your popcorn flavorful and hot!


If you're planning on a solo movie night, you can simply cut this recipe in half or even smaller and use the Larder & Vine Saucepan. It's designed to give you just enough room for solo recipes.


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Homemade popcorn in the Larder & Vine Okra Dutch Oven

Recipe Summary

Prep time

5 min

Cook time

15 min

Servings

4

Category

Appetizer

Specialty

Vegetarian + Gluten Free

Recipe Ingredients

  • About 3 tbsp of any cooking oil

  • ½ cup of popcorn kernels

  • ½ tsp of salt

  • 2 tbsp of butter (add more if you love your popcorn extra buttery😉)

Recipe Directions

Heat about 2-3 tbsp of oil over medium heat, then add 2 or 3 kernels as your test kernels and place the lid on your Larder & Vine Dutch Oven.

When your test kernels pop, your oil is at the right temperature and you're ready to add your ½ cup of kernels with about ½ tsp of salt.

Keep your stove on medium heat for about 2-3 minutes and occasionally shake your Dutch Oven with the lid on so your popcorn doesn't burn. When you hear the popping start to slow down, remove from heat but leave your lid on for about 5 minutes so any kernels that haven't popped can pop!

After 5 minutes, remove the lid and pour your popcorn into a large bowl for serving. Melt 1-2 tbsp of butter and pour over your popcorn.

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