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What is the best way to get powdered seasoning to stick to air-popped popcorn?

I have been trying to use an air-popper rather than microvave popcorn. I have butter and caramel seasoning seasoning you are supposed to sprinkle on, but its not working. Anyone have any ideas or methods they have tried that worked to fix this problem?

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5 Responses to “What is the best way to get powdered seasoning to stick to air-popped popcorn?”

  1. Betty said :

    The only way I know how to do it is to butter the popcorn and then season it. The seasoning will stick to the butter.

  2. barracuda said :

    The popcorn needs moisture (oil) to get the powder to stick to.
    get a bottle of spray butter, spritz it a few times, then stir it up then dust it with powder and stir or shake.

  3. Chef_Holt said :

    place your seasoning into a bowl and add the pop corn as fast as you can tossing it in the bowl, the steam being released from the pop corn if done quickly with hold it in place it its cold use butter but careful to use a sprinkler so that you dont over power some pieces leaving others dry

  4. CeeJ said :

    Use some “I can’t believe it’s not butter” Spray (has 0 of everything in it basically so, wont add fat) and spray the popcorn and shake then sprinkle on the seasonings and shake again.

  5. Jonah said :

    I put the popped popcorn in a large paper bag (a grocery bag) and hold one of the sides and spritz in a few shots of non-stick cooking spray like Pam, into the bag while tossing the popcorn.

    It gives it enough moisture, but not many calories (probably 1 or 2) and then makes the dry seasoning powder stick to the popcorn. Toss in some powder while tossing the popcorn in the bag to evenly distribute.


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