Purim Popcorn

Purim Popcorn


1 tablespoon margarine
1 cup sugar
1 cup corn syrup
10 cups popped pop corn
1 cup salty and peeled peanuts

Put the margarine, sugar and corn syrup in a medium sized pot. Put it on the fire until it boils. Remove it from the fire. Pour it over the popped pop corn, add peaunuts and mix well. Let it cool. Wet your hands with cold water and form balls.
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Anonymous Hhmsn , Usa December 8, 2011

Asome delious yum i love it love iT Reply

Chani Benjaminson, chabad.org October 8, 2008

Jewish There is nothing particularly Jewish about this recipe, although the fun aspect can be counted as being in the joyous Purim spirit! If you're doing a Purim class project I suggest you use the Hamantashen as a demo... Reply

Anonymous San Diego, CA October 7, 2008

whats jewish about this? I'm doing this for a class project & i was wondering what ingredient makes it Jewish or purim? thank you Reply

Chani Benjaminson, chabad.org June 3, 2008

nuts I'm sorry! Can you eat sesame seeds? you may want to try substituting with those, or simply omitting the nuts without a sub, only using the pop corn. Reply

Nut worries bristol, uk June 3, 2008

NOOOO why do they all have nuts in IM DEADLY ALERGIC please help and give ideas on how to replace them Reply

mendy talahasee, usa March 5, 2007

i can't wait to taste it Reply

Alex Mesa, a February 25, 2007

Thanks for the great recipes! Reply