Raspberry popcorn

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Serves: Two if you want to share... :-)


1 -2 tablespoons oil
¼ cup pop corn
2 – 3 teaspoons unsalted butter
1 teaspoon lipton’s raspberry tea “ instant
¼ teaspoon cayenne pepper
salt to taste

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Irisa Raina Recipe 9
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New Iberia, LA (pop. 30,617)
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Irisa's notes for this recipe:
Tasted “ almost “ like crunchy cotton candy….

This was one of those ideas that comes to you when you least expect it. My husband was making popcorn…and I decided to try this…of course he had his the same ol' way…ha ha ha.
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Pop popcorn as usual, put into a bowl.
In the same pot add the butter and melt, add the tea and cayenne and with a small whisk start mixing rapidly so the tea and pepper dissolve
As you are still whisking the butter mixture pour over the popcorn, some of the tea will remain on the bottom of the pot if you skip this step, toss and salt to taste.

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user Louise Sager lunchlady1 - Apr 28, 2012
I like the way you think! Looks yummy to me. Thanks!
user Irisa Raina 9 Irisa - Apr 28, 2012
Thanks Louise, I've always been an " out side the box " kinda gal....I love experimenting with food.
user Edith Coates lbrrymom - Apr 28, 2012
Try sprinkling one packet of sugar free jello, whatever flavor you like, over the fresh popped popcorn. Works better if you put a little butter flavored spray on it to make the jello stick to the popcorn.
user Irisa Raina 9 Irisa - Apr 28, 2012
Edith thanks for the Jello information I have done that before
But last night all I had was tea so I thought.....why not!
Hope you have a great day :-)
user gaynel mohler gaynel - Apr 28, 2012
saved this recipe, sounds real good. even the jello one. I'm not allowed salt so this will give me a newtreat/snack

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