A special variety of corn designed for popcorn. Corn is rich in potassium and fiber - a great snack that aids digestion.
Make popcorn at home by heating 1 tbsp in a large saucepan. coconut oil, a pinch of salt and put inside 3 grains of corn. When they start to crack, add half a teaspoon. corn, cover with a lid with a small air hole and shake the pot often until all the grains are cracked. Season with salt or spices as desired.
- HEALTH BENEFITS
If you make popcorn at home, they are actually quite useful. They are full of protein - in 100 g of popcorn there is about 13 g of protein. They are perfect if you are worried about your weight. Free of sugar, fat and low calories, popcorn is probably the best snack you can choose. Popcorn contains high doses of antioxidants, as well as fiber and polyphenols, which effectively protect cells from the harmful effects of free radicals. They are whole grains, which makes popcorn an excellent source of dietary. Popcorn is basically air (how else do you explain that a handful of corn makes a whole bunch of popcorn), which means that it fills your stomach well and will keep you full between main meals.