Korean Hotteok popcorn

 Korean Hotteok popcorn

Korean Hotteok popcorn

Korean Hotteok popcorn While it’s still hot, the nuts and seeds are added. Crunchy sweet-salty clusters remain once the sugar has set. On the outside of the popcorn, there are flavors reminiscent of a Korean hotteok (stuffed pancake).

Feel free to mix and match the nuts and seeds; just make sure they are broken up into little pieces. Hotteok is frequently made with walnuts. A dash of cinnamon can also be included in the seed mixture.


  • 2 tbsp neutral oil
  • ¼ cup popcorn kernels
  • ¼ cup sugar
  • Salt to taste

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  • 2 tbsp toasted sesame seeds
  • ½ tbsp sunflower seeds
  • 1 tbsp crushed peanuts
  • ½ tbsp pepitas



5-minute cooling period

  1. Over medium heat, place a big pot. Three popcorn kernels and the oil should  added. Wait for them to pop while the pot  covered. In the meantime, combine the remaining kernels with the salt, sugar, and oil in a small bowl.
  2. Upon popping of the kernels Layer the popcorn mixture, salt, and sugar evenly.
  3. 5 minutes should  spent cooking. Put the lid on with a tea towel, then periodically give the pot a gentle shake. This will take a little longer than conventional popcorn since you need to keep the heat at a medium-low setting to prevent the sugar from burning.
  4. Turn off the heat when there is a gap of roughly two seconds between pops.

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  5. Put the top back on after carefully taking it off and distributing the nut and seed mixture over the popcorn. Holding the lid firmly in place with a tea towel, gently shake the pot to coat it all over.
  6. After spreading the popcorn out on a baking sheet, let it sit for five minutes so the caramel can firm.

Cook’s remarks

Temperatures listed for ovens are for traditional models; if using fan-forced (convection), lower the temperature by 20 C. | Our tablespoons and cups are Australian units: A teaspoon contains 5 milliliters, a tablespoon 20 milliliters, and a cup 250 milliliters. | All vegetables are medium size and peeled, unless otherwise indicated. | All herbs are fresh (unless otherwise specified) and cups  gently packed.

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