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  1. Still the best $8 I’ve ever spent :). Was your pot difficult to clean after making this? I tried making kettle corn one time and ended up with quite a chore. I’m going to try your recipe….we love kettle corn and its a must have at the farmers market every Saturday.

    • I used my nonstick 12″ skillet. That was a breeze. The lid was made of glass, so it needed to soak a bit and I used my plastic scraper. The lid took a little longer, but nothing big.. maybe 1-2 minutes. Whenever I have cooked sugar, I try to let things soak since the sugar is hydrophillic. I forgot to let it soak this time, but still not bad on the lid. Ooh, I also did a half recipe which may have had something to do with it.

  2. we have a whirly pop & i love making kettle corn in it…. sugar, salt, and a little black pepper. fabulous! but i hate cleaning it afterwards because the sugar that’s leftover is sooo hard. but it is so good so it’s worth it 🙂

  3. Oooohhhh…..black pepper! My husband would love that addition. I make him pepper/s&p popcorn all the time on the stove, but not kettle corn. Must try.

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