Remember those days when we used to spend our leisure time at the cinema? I remember clearly walking into a movie theater being greeted by the aroma of freshly buttered popcorn. The savoury aroma, the crunchy bite and the buttery finish. Ooooh la la, what I\u2019ll do just to get that experience again. But what if I tell you that we can actually pop our own corn in the comfort of our own home? I am not talking about those microwaved packet popcorns but legit popcorn from scratch on the stove top. Many of us may have the impression that making popcorn from scratch can be tricky. There is some truth to it as popcorn kernels may burn at the bottom of the pan if not made properly but fret not as today, I\u2019m sharing all of my popcorn-making tips so you, too, can make perfect stove top popcorn at home. You'll need popcorn kernels and a good wok with a lid. Let\u2019s start! Ingredients for making popcorn at home: Corn kernels, vegetable oil, butter, honey and brown sugar. The two basic ingredients for making popcorn are corn kernels and vegetable oil. Once you have mastered the art of popping corns, you may experiment with different toppings or coatings. In this post, I share how to make my boys' favourite caramel popcorn. \tPopcorn \t\t \t\t\t \t \t\t1 bowl corn kernels1 bowl cooking oil1\/2 bowl honey1\/3 bowl brown sugar1 tbs butter\t \t \t\tTurn the fire on the stove.Add oil.Once the oil is medium hot, add in corn kernels in even layers.Cover and let it pop.Once it starts popping, shake the wok a little. This is to avoid burning the corn kernels.Place the wok back onto the flame and leave the cover slightly ajar to let the steam out to get crunchier popcorn.Turn the flame off when the corn stopped popping. Remove popcorn from wok. Wipe the wok clean.Bring the wok back onto the stove. Turn on the flame.Add butter, honey and brown sugar.Stir until sugar is dissolved.Add the popcorn back into the wok, turn the flame off and coat thoroughly.Remove from wok and store (whatever remainder of the popcorn) in airtight containers. My boys will wait in the kitchen each time they smell me making popcorn and dig in immediately once it is ready.Enjoy with your favourite movie. \t \t \t\t\t One of the benefit of eating popcorn is its high satiety. Due to popcorn's high fiber content, popcorn has been shown to make people feel fuller than a similar calorie amount of potato chips. So, what are you waiting for? Get your corn kernels today and start popping away! https:\/\/youtu.be\/ZJAdySWrd2s For more interesting stories and fun recipes, stay tuned to Motherhood Story!