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Popcorn is my go-to favorite snack, especially when it’s Dutch Oven popcorn and made on the stove. I thought about trying to make it in our Lodge Dutch oven for a while & I finally gave it a try. We cook on cast iron daily, so I figured this should be easy enough.
Here is how I made Dutch Oven Popcorn on the stove.
I heated up the Dutch oven first to get it really hot. Then I added a layer of vegetable oil. Once the oil got hot, I added a kernel to see if it would pop. Once it did, I added a layer of kernels. I covered the Dutch oven. I lifted the dutch oven & shook it every now & then. Do not slide it on the burner, it was cause a spark. Be careful as it is very hot. After a few minutes, you will hear the kernels stop popping.
Remove lid & Pour into a bowl, add salt & enjoy!
It was so simple & so delicious. I will be making popcorn in cast iron for now on!
Dutch Oven Popcorn
- Dutch Oven
- 4 tbsp Vegetable Oil
- 1 cup Popcorn Kernals
- In a large cast-iron Dutch oven, heat the dutch oven on stove, heat oil over medium-high heat. Add kernels & cover. Shake until kernels begin to pop. Once popping stops, popcorn is ready to eat! Enjoy!
It was so simple & delicious, you will be making popcorn in cast iron from now on!
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