Raspberry popcorn

Irisa Raina 9


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

How to Make Raspberry popcorn


  1. Pop popcorn as usual, put into a bowl.
  2. 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
  3. 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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About Raspberry popcorn

Course/Dish: Popcorn
Other Tag: Quick & Easy

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