The Uncle Roy
Updated: Aug 30, 2020
The Uncle Roy is one of my personal favorites and was invented by, well, Uncle Roy. (All credits go to him for this tasty popcorn.) It is delightfully salty and spicy. This is my family's favorite popcorn, too. I end up making this type of popcorn more than any other one. I prefer making this popcorn, along with any other popcorn I make. Unfortunately, you can't do microwave popcorn with this recipe. Sorry, microwave popcorn users and lovers. Anyway, this is the popcorn popper I use. Let's get started.
Air-popped popcorn: - Use the cup on the top of the popcorn-popper and fill it with popcorn.
- TURN ON THE POPCORN-POPPER BEFORE YOU POUR THE POPCORN!!! - While the popcorn is popping, put in 1 tbs. butter and 3 tbs. olive oil in a 1/3 cup, and heat it in the microwave on high for 18 seconds (22 if you have an old microwave.) - Once the popcorn is finished popping pour the butter-olive oil mixture on the popcorn
using a teaspoon. Make sure to stir the popcorn after pouring some of it on. - Then put Lawry's salt, garlic salt, Cayenne pepper, and nutritional yeast on it. Stovetop popcorn: - Put olive oil in a pot and pour 1/2 cup of popcorn in. - Keep the burner between low and medium (a little closer to medium.) - To pop the optimal amount of popcorn, shake the pot every 15 sec. or so. - Once the popcorn is done popping, turn the burner off and pour the popcorn into
a bowl. - Then put Lawry's salt, garlic salt, Cayenne pepper, and nutritional yeast on it. Enjoy!