• Kahlua Carmel Popcorn

    Kahlua Caramel Popcorn


    2 qts. popped corn
    1 cup granulated sugar
    1/2 cup Kahlua
    2 Tbsp. cider vinegar
    3 Tbsp. butter
    3/4 cup cashews OR
    1/3 cup candied cherries

    In a shallow pan, keep popped corn warm in low oven.
    Bring sugar, Kahlua and vinegar to a boil; stirring until sugar dissolves. Add butter. Insert candy thermometer; bring to hard crack stage(300 degrees F.).
    Pour over warm popped corn; stir to coat evenly. Add nuts or cherries. Cool.
    Store in airtight container in cool, dark place (up to several weeks).
    Makes 2 quarts.

    Recipes from Kahlua recipe booklet

    Comments 1 Comment
    1. Peteygirl's Avatar
      Peteygirl -
      I love popcorn so does just about every one I know so I am printing off a bunch of these recipes and making some right away.


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