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Pop Corn



Instructions:
# Put all the ingredients into a small pot, stir to make the ingredients cover the floor of the pot.
# Cover the lid on, place the pot over the high heat, when you hear the sound of the frying oil shake the pot without uncovering the lid.
# When the corns start to pop you must not uncover the lid definitely, when the sounds stop it means that it is ready, so turn the heat off.
# Uncover the lid 5 minutes later, you can eat it for 1 week.


Note: Refrigerating the corns for 2 hours at least makes the corns pop better.


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