We will often get Kettle Corn at fairs and parks in the Summer, or get togethers during the Winter. There’s no way I would buy the microwavable bags of popcorn after it came out that not only were some of the ingredients bad, but that the actual lining of the bags were causing factory workers to have cancer (that stuff goes into the air in your house people!).
To make it myself, I always assumed I needed a giant kettle and open fire. Though those things do make for some amazing kettle corn, it is possible for you to make some pretty kickin’ kettle corn in your own kitchen.
I tried a few different recipes. The ones that I found do not vary much in terms of ingredients. The most variety occurs is the area of technique. This is very important when trying to make Kettle corn, because it’s very easy to burn the sugar.