Sunday, 23 March 2014

Microwave Chilli Popcorn and a Heat 'n' Eat microwave popcorn maker giveaway.



This delicious microwave chilli  popcorn is so delectable one serving will not be enough

Ingredients:

Corn Kernels
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 tablespoon chilli oil
1/4 teaspoon chilli flakes


Method:

1. Measure the corn kernels using the measuring cup provided in the Heat n Eat.
2. Place the corn in the Heat n Eat  and place it in the microwave on high for 4-5 minutes,
3. You will hear a popping sound when it subsides, remove the Heat 'n' Eat from the microwave and carefully open the lid and transfer the popcorn to a large bowl.
4. Add a sprinkling of salt and chilli flakes and drizzle with chilli oil. Toss the popcorn to coat it with the oil .
5. Transfer to serving bowls and enjoy hot spicy popcorn.

Warning-Don't rub your eyes after eating the popcorn as the chilli  from the popcorn will sting.

Chilli oil- 100 ml olive oil, 4 red dried  chillies 1/2 teaspoon chilli flakes, 1/2 teaspoon chilli powder.
Warm the olive oil slightly and take it off the heat, add the red chillies, chilli flakes and chilli powder and give it a stir.Transfer to a oil bottle and keep aside for 24 hours for the chilli oil to infuse. After 24 hours oil is ready to be used in popcorn, salads, pasta, pizza.


Heat 'n' Eat, is a new microwave popcorn maker launched by Mustard. It makes popping popcorn so easy even a child could do it. The microwave popcorn popper comes with a built in measuring cup, all you have to do is fill it with corn kernels and pop the heat and serve in the microwave. You will get Perfect popcorn every time, and at a fraction of the cost.
Once you have popped the corn you can flavour it to make it savoury, salted, sweet in fact you can add any flavouring to it that pleases you. Alternatively eat it natural as it is.The Heat 'n' Eat is reusable and is totally dishwasher safe. It is made from non toxic plastic. You can order your Heat 'n' Eat from Mustard and t retails at £ 20.00.

I would like to thank Mustard for sending me the Heat 'n' Eat, all the views and opinions expressed in this post are my own.

Mustard have been kind and they have agreed to send one simply.food reader a Heat 'n' Eat.
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196 comments:

  1. A pan of paella followed by lemon fondue!

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  2. NYC one. Nayna....wishes fr the UK readers

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  3. I've never had chilli popcorn before, I might have to try and find some in store or make my own!

    http://www.faggotfreakshow.co.uk/

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  4. fried banana

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  5. sweet one - cinnamon and apple flavour ... oooof!

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  6. Edward Guerreiro23 March 2014 at 15:44

    However unromantic it may sound to others, for occasions like Valentine’s Day, I favour foods which are hands on, literally. This is because, I find, the meal lasts longer, you always have something to look at, and it’s quite playful. As such, I would go with king sized prawns for a starter and then perhaps some crispy aromatic duck for the main course (I made this for the first time the other day. The recipe was incredibly easy, and it came out tasting exactly like it is in the restaurant).

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  7. Toffee & peanut (@bexallum)

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  8. This looks like a great prize

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  9. mmm chilli popcorn

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  10. Dark chocolate and sticky toffee

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  11. Balsamic Vinegar

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  12. Bacon or cheese with a hint of seaweed.

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  13. It has to be savoury - maybe a smoked paprika flavour?

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  14. Cheese with a hint of salty seaweed.

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  15. Maple and Pecan popcorn :)

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  16. Maple and Pecan

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  17. cheddar cheese & onion popcorn!

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  18. Looks interesting

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  19. christine shelley23 March 2014 at 19:30

    cinnamon

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  20. Sherbert! Very cinema themed!
    gertrude_gertree@hotmail.com

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  21. That looks like fun to make and eat!

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  22. I love popcorn but only savoury flavours - this sounds great!

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  23. Vanilla, seafood, wasabi or mango

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  24. chocolate orange

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  25. I think I'd like to see chocolate fudge flavour :)

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  26. Sophie Morrison23 March 2014 at 22:53

    chocolate mint popcorn

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  27. Peacan nut & maple syrup popcorn

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  28. Garlic (oil), turmeric and chilli popcorn.

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  29. Love the idea of chilli popcorn, I have to give the oil a try. GG

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  30. Love popcorn although I've made it in the microwave before.
    Janie x

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  31. Love popcorn and microwave is the only way we make it! Great prize so good luck to everyone ;)

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  32. Suggest an innovative popcorn flavour.
    hic - one for grownups - Baileys - hic

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  33. Hhhm let's see - New York Cheesecake flavour :)

    Laura x

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  34. I previously made a Parmesan and Sweet Smoked Paprika Popcorn which was a bit unique but really very delicious! http://www.eatyourveg.co.uk/recipes/parmesan-popcorn/ Chilli and Honey is also fab (I used Gran Luchito Smoked Chilli Honey)

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  35. OXO CUBE!!

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  36. Christina Brown25 March 2014 at 21:15

    Rum and raisin :)

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  37. What a super idea! I love popcorn and I know my fella would love to try some chilli popcorn :-)

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  38. What a fab idea! Can imagine this saves an awful lot of time. I usually make mine on the hob which is a pain in the rear end, ha!

    I'm quite boring when it comes to flavour, usually stick to sweet, ha! Like the idea of chilli!

    x

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  39. What a great product and I love your photos x

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  40. Banana syrup and caramel :) Mmmmmmm

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  41. ooooh, hubby would love the chilli flavour!

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  42. I love garlic and cinnamon (not together obviously), think either of these flavours would be interesting x

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  43. chili & lime with a hint of coriander

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  44. Not innovative but I TOTALLY miss white cheddar cheese popcorn....

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  45. Looove popcorn!

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  46. Rich dark chocolate & pistachio ....

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  47. Fish, like the fish and chips flavour crisps you can get. I'd try it!

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  48. Pecan and maple syrup popcorn. Though I do like the sound of your chili popcorn.

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  49. lemon and ginger wow can almost taste it

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  50. Cinnamon and Salt

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  51. Great Prize

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  52. banana popcorn might be nice!

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  53. I love salt and vinegar. Think its starting to become more popular now but we've been making it for years. Its delicious

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  54. puff candy flavour

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  55. Mango :)

    @oneisjamie

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  56. Vanilla and cinnamon, not very innovative but lovely

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  57. Strawberry and fudge?!

    @hannahingham

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  58. Feta cheese and olive

    Kel Ellen Hirst

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  59. Great for a night in

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  60. Cinnamon popcorn sounds like its worth a taste!

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  61. st clements (oranges and lemon) popcorn

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  62. peanut butter flavour

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