Anti-vampire popcorn
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Anti-vampire popcorn
Last updated 6/12/2012 1:04:06 AM. Recipe ID 28412. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Anti-vampire popcorn
 Categories: Haloween
      Yield: 1 Servings
      1    Bag Pillsbury Microwave
      2 c  Crisp wheat square cereal
      2 c  Chedar cheese-flavored
           -goldfish crackers
  1 3/4 oz Can shoestring potatoes
      1 c  Unsalted peanuts
    1/2 c  Margarine or butter
      1 ts Dried parsley flakes
    1/2 ts Chili powder
    1/4 ts Onion powder
    1/4 ts Garlic powder
    1/2 c  Grated Parmesan cheese.
  MICROWAVE INSTRUCTIONS: Prepare popcorn as directed on the packaged.
  Remove any unpopped kernels. In a large bowl, combine popcorn,
  cereal, crackers, shoestring poatoes and peanuts.
  Place margarine in a 2-cup microwave-safe measuring cup. Microwave on
  high for 1 to 1 1/2 minutes or until melted. Stir in parsley flakes,
  chili powder, onion powder, and garlic powder. Drizzle seasoned
  mixture over popcorn mixture. Sprinkle with cheese. Toss until evenly
  coated. Transfer half of mixture to ungreased 12x8 inch microwave
  safe dish. Microwave on HIGH for 3 minutes or until thorougly heated,
  stirring once halfway through heating. Spread on paper towels to
  cool. Repeat with remaining mixture. Makes 12 cups.
  The garlic in this popcorn keeps vampires from getting too friendly!
  Another way people used to keep vampires away was to scatter mustard
  seeds on their roofs. Supposedly if a vampire saw some mustard seeds
  he would have to stop and count each one. People scattered so many
  mustard seeds on their roofs that it would take all night for the
  vampire to count them. By that time it was dawn and the vampire had
  to return to its grave.

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Recipe ID 28412 (Apr 03, 2005)

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