We offer a wide range of thickeners for nearly every possible application, exotic recipes, dietary requirements, and more. Our thickeners can be added to water, milk, creams, sauces, soups, the list is endless. We strive to be your go-to source for the unique and hard to find.
This stuff is awesome on pop corn! I picked up this jug and a dredges shaker which works great for applying. High in protein and tastes cheesy! I'm sure it goes great with other things too, but I haven't tried myself!
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Haven't tried our Big Mushroom Popcorn yet? You'll love this Hoosier Hill Farm favorite. Mushroom popcorn varies from other popcorn in that it pops into a fluffy ball shape instead of a "butterfly" shape. This makes it perfect for candy or cheese coatings.
Be sure to follow the recommended popping instructions to get the most out of your Mushroom Popcorn!
Stovetop method: Use 3 Tablespoons coconut oil per every 4 oz. unpopped kernels. Place oil and 3 unpopped kernels in your popper over medium heat. Oil temperature of 450F degrees works great. When all three kernels pop, add the rest of your unpopped kernels quickly and proceed with popping. This method ensures that the moisture in the kernels turns to steam quickly instead of heating and escaping slowly.
If you use a hot air popcorn popper, do not add the popcorn until the popper has run fully for at least 1 minute. Only then add the popcorn. Do not even add the popcorn to the little holder cup that some hot air poppers use as it just dries out the popcorn, reducing it's "popability". PLEASE NOTE: Depending on the brand and age of your hot air popper, you may need to let it run and heat up for up to 5 minutes.