Need salt .
Needs salt and butter .
They're both a little bit bland .
Obviously without any salt or season on there , the Orville Red and Boxer has a little bit better texture .
I'm gonna salt these up , add some seasoning and I think they're both really good .
I think the sal popcorn bowl worked well .
Surprisingly well .
So I think the reviews are , are justified that this has a 4.7 star rate on there .
I would say that's about accurate , but now I've got all this popcorn to eat .
I'm gonna do about that .
I never used to let my pets on the couch , but on New Year's , there was fireworks going off and she was scared .
So I let her up here and I couldn't stop her once that started .
So Bailey and I are gonna watch some TV now and I'm pretty happy with the celery , although you do have to season it afterwards .
It's a little bit bland if you don't .
But otherwise I think it's a pretty good option to make some cheap popcorn and that's it for this video .
I'll be back in a couple of days with something new .
Hope everybody stays safe and I'll see you next time .
Brown sugar right here .
I have a little tub right over here that I sit and use and then butter .
I get the big sticks from Costco one of those , you need just one cut in half .
It's basically one cup , need some vanilla and some baking soda and that's it .
It's all you need .
Ok , this is what we need to do .
Get a five quart pan just like that .
But one cup of butter , which is basically two sticks .
If you buy , you know , two sticks of butter .
Basically , there's one cup , that's what you need right there and then you need two cups of brown sugar , two cups of brown sugar , what you need right there .
Mix that up .
Nice and neat .
Just like that .
You don't have to be precise with it , but two cups of brown sugar and then half a cup of dark coral syrup .
That's what you need right there .
Half a cup .
Like I say , you don't have to be precise with it just roughly .
Yeah , I have a tendency to use a little bit more at times just like that .
Put it all in here just like that .
Get it all in there really good .
And like I say , this pan seems a little big for it , but you'll see why it needs to be a little bigger .
Uh , like say a five court works perfect and you wanna mix it all up .
So it's nice and frothy and it usually won't take too long to do that .
So we'll come back once it gets going on that .
I have , I have Riley here , my son helping me what you want to do is mix it right up just like this .
You just get it in there .
Medium heat is what you want to do and just get it all to melt up in that .
And it'll take about , I don't know , 5 , 10 minutes .
So here we go .
We got our popcorn all filled up in our pan .
It's two batches .
I used two batches in a hot air popper , but this is a standard roasting turkey pan and it's just full , uh a little over the top as you can see , but not too much .
And you just want to have it basically full .
So when you pour the sauce over the top of it , you've got enough room to be able to mix it up .
All right .
Now , our sauce is coming along really nice .
See how it's nice and fluffy takes about 55 to 10 minutes to get it to this point right here and it's nice and frothy , it's all mixed up .
You want to get it all mixed up really nice , nice and creamy just like this and it's basically set .
Now , this is where the secret of how to make this comes in comes into play .
And this is the reason why you use a bigger pan .
You wanna shut the heat off .
I have the heat set there , like I said , set to a low and as soon as you shut the heat off and you add the baking soda , you gotta mix it up and then I'll show you that in one second , one teaspoon of vanilla just like this .
Put that in there like that .
Nice and more pot .
I almost have a little too warm for it .
And then this is the secret right here .
You need to do this half a teaspoon of baking soda .
Throw that right into there just like that .
And then we got to mix it all up and as you mix it , it's gonna turn it all nice and creamy and white and you gotta mix it for a little bit .
See , it's not ready yet .
You'll know once it starts , see how it starts to turn a little white .
There we go .
You gotta keep mixing there .
See , that's the baking soda reacting .
See now it's doubling up in size and see how light and fluffy that's become .
Now that's what you need to do and you wanna make sure you stirred enough .
So it's all incorporated .
If you start too much , it might start to collapse .
You'll know what it's kind of done .
It's completely mixed right now .
So this is perfect right here .
Now , we're ready to add it to our popcorn .
There it goes .
So it's all fluffy .
It's ready to go right now .
Come with me , Riley .
There we go .
And you take this and you just pour it all over the top just like this .
It's nice and just coat it .
Coat the whole pan just like this .
Make sure you get all your sauce out of it .
There you go .
Don't move it too much .
There you go .
My seven year old is helping me videotape this .
He loves to help me bake .
I love to bake .
I do a lot of baking and cakes and cookies and all kinds of stuff .
Don't I Riley ?
And you're my helper .
So just doesn't need to be a woman in the kitchen .
You can make this and get all of the praises instead of the wife or the girlfriend or someone taking all the praise .
And like I say , this is a perfect gift at Christmas to give out to people for a Christmas gift .
There's nothing like having homemade car for and what you wanna do now this is why you use , you don't overfill your pack because you gotta come in and you gotta be able to mix this up like this and you don't need to go overboard .
You just wanna make sure you coat it all , just like this , coat it up a little bit , get it all nice .
So you know , you kind of take something from the bottom to the top and just kind of rotate it around , make sure you get it all even like this a little bit .
But like I say , it doesn't have to be perfect yet .
Our next step and this is a big step also with the baking soda you have to put this in the oven for one hour .
Put it up to me right .
You have to put it in the oven for one hour at 250 degrees and let it bake for one hour .
And during that time you wanna stir it at least twice .
Um , preferably three times but at least twice go in , you know , like every 20 minutes , 15 minutes , 20 minutes and just pull it out , stir it real quick just to make sure you keep coating the sauce over it .
And that's it .
It's all nice and mixed up and we're right .
Throw it in the oven , right .
He's got to sample it just before we throw it in there and there we go .
It's in the oven set at 250 degrees .
You got to remember that .
2 50 just like that .
Start in a timer .
I cook with a timer .
There we go .
And it is it .
So you've been cooking for about 20 minutes and all you do now is just come in , right ?
Just like this and kind of stir it up a little bit .
So it's starting to get kind of crunchy and everything in there .
And then this is why you don't have to be so precise when you first pour it on there .
Car corn's been in there for an hour .
We just took it out .
This is the last tip to do once you take it out of the oven after you let it sit for about a minute or so , you wanna come in and you need to stir it all up .
If you don't , you're gonna end up with a big glob of popcorn .
So you need to make sure that you come in and you end up stirring it all up nicely .
You break it all up and there you go .
That's it .
You've got caramel cord , it takes 15 minutes to make the sauce and the popcorn itself and then an hour in the oven .
So that's all you need to do .
An hour and 15 minutes .
And you've got delicious popcorn , put it in the little tin and go hand it out to whoever you want for Christmas presents , birthday presents or anything like that .
So that's it .
Until next time .
This is Lee and goodbye .