7.04.2008

Wendy's Popcorn Flavor Mania


Being the forth of July and with things exploding I thought it was a perfect time to post my popcorn flavors.

We use a Presto popcorn machine that uses 1/2 cup of popcorn at a time.
I hope you enjoy.



Hulk-
It's green but hopefully not mean.
2 T butter
1 T parsley
1/2 t salt
Fred Sauce-
In memory of Fred Weasley and Frank's Hot Sauce Wings.
3 T butter
3 dashes of Louisiana Hot Sauce
Theater-
No movie can be good without it.
2 T butter
1/2 t salt
Smokey Island-
Tabasco Hot Sauce is made on Avery Island off the coast of Louisiana where I'm sure at some point there must have been a fire or maybe it's just the smoked peppers I'm talking about...
3 T butter
5 dashes of Tabasco Chipotle Hot Sauce
Minoan-
Minoan frescoes show men and women participating in a sport of bull-leaping leading some archaeologists to believe that men and women held equal social status.
3 T butter
2 T Bulls Eye Original BBQ Sauce
Yogi Yummies-
Curry sauce is like ketchup...it's good on everything.
2 T butter
1 t curry powder
3 dashes Cholula Garlic Hot Sauce
1/2 t nutritional yeast
1/4 t salt
Radish-licius-
I doubt many Americans have had the real wasabi root but I love how its hotness is more akin to hot mustard than a hot chili pepper. It produces vapors that irritate the nasal passages more than the tongue or throat. The plant grows naturally along stream beds in mountain river valleys in Japan or in very dedicated gardener's gardens.
2 T butter
1 t wasabi powder or paste
1/4 t salt
Dill-iscious-
My favorite dill pickles are Kosher Garlic Dills. How about you?
2 T butter
1 T vinegar
1 t dried dill
1/2 t salt
1/8 t garlic
*can add of few dashes of hot sauce if you like hot kosher garlic dill pickles ;)
Kung Who-
A classic dish in Szechuan cuisine, right?
2 T butter
1/2 t peanut butter
1/2 t Braggs or soy sauce
1/8 t smoked paprika
1/8 t powdered garlic
1/8 t powdered onion
*can add of few dashes of hot sauce for a spicier version
Old Timer-
Sorry to all those youth challenged folks out there.
2 T butter
1/2 t salt
1/2 t pepper
Paco-
A traditional Mexican dish, right?
2 T butter
1 t taco seasonings
Yeasty Beasty-
So cheesy...
3 T butter
3 T nutritional yeast
1/2 t salt
1/4 t yellow mustard
Hi 5-
The five basic flavors of Chinese cooking — sweet, sour, bitter, savory, and salty.
2 T butter
1 t chinese five spice
Ya Pop-
If the flavor is good enough for a Canadian potato chip then they're good enough for popcorn, but I still say eat at your own risk unless you're a kid.
2 T butter
1T ketchup
Italian-
If your salad can take it than so can your popcorn.
3 T butter
1 T italian seasonings
1/8 t salt
Cinnagar-
Sweet goodness.
2 T butter
1 t sugar
1/2 t powdred cinnamon
Fruity-
Aren't we all?
2 T butter
2 t fruit syrup of any flavor you have on hand
Pan Pop-
Pancakes are always a hit. They hit the ceilings, wall, and sometimes even a plate.
3 T butter
1 T maple syrup
1/2 t nutmeg
dash of vanilla extract
Cookie Pop-
Chocolate chip cookies are a Mama'a best tool.
2 T butter
1 t maple syrup
1/2 t molasses
1/4 t salt
1/4 t cinnamon
sprinkling of smashed up chocolate chips
Minty Pop-
According to the International Dairy Foods Association, mint chocolate chip ice cream is the tenth most popular ice cream.
2 T butter
1 t chocolate syrup
1/8 t mint extract
Bumpy Lane Pop-
We may never know who created rocky road ice cream, but at least we have it.
2 T butter
2 t chocolate syrup
1/2 t almond butter
sprinkling of cut up marshmallows
Choco- Pops-
Chocolate...we need not say more.
2 T butter
2 t chocolate syrup
Pie Pop-
An American classic...okay,they originally appeared in England, but they're still good.
2 T butter
1 T fruit butter of any flavor you have on hand
Gingerbread Pop-
Look out for witches especially if you're a hungry lost child in the woods.
2 T butter
1 t sugar
1/2 t molasses
1/4 t salt
1/4 t cinnamon
1/4 t ginger
1/4 t clove

3 comments:

Katherine said...

I'm not into pesto, but I tried the Italian while we were watching National Treasure today. It was great! Thanks for the great ideas!

Greta said...

Thanks a lot! I needed to find this. Now we are happy with our popcornmachine. :)

wendy said...

Oh...I'm so glad, thanks!