Ladyfinger Hulless Popcorn

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Characteristics
Our Ladyfinger Hulless Popcorn is a bestseller at Amish Country Popcorn and the smallest variety we offer. It has a mild and neutral taste to it, making it perfect to add your favorite flavor to. Hulless and tender, it has a delectable texture that has been said to “melt in your mouth.” Because of these qualities, it’s the perfect popcorn for people with sensitive teeth.

Compared to Other Popcorn
Ladyfinger Hulless Popcorn has smaller kernels, so it produces smaller popped popcorn than most of our other popcorn varieties. Due to having a thin hull, the end product will have a more delicate and soft texture.

Popping Tips
Ladyfinger Hulless Popcorn is quite small; as such, we do not recommend using it for air popping. Alternative popping methods include stovetop popping and microwave popping. The kernels are easy to pop and are delicious with butter and salt, kettle corn style, or with one of our many seasonings.

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Reviews

  • 3

    Ladyfinger popcorn

    Posted by Cathy on May 21st 2024

    I don't know if I used too much oil or what, but this was chewier than regular popcorn. I bought it for hulless, but I thought it was like eating the bottom of a bowl of popcorn which I avoid because of the risk to my dental work. I used vegetable oil on the stove to pop it.

  • 3

    Great Flavor and Texture, Too Many Partials

    Posted by john cain on Apr 11th 2024

    I like the flavor--nutty and subtly sweet--but after experimenting with variations of heat, timing, agitation, I still get an unusually high number of partially-popped kernels. They're not 'old maids,' strictly speaking, because they tried to pop, and I can get my molars through 'em, but for me, this is definitely a less than stellar performer in the pan

  • 5

    Delicate & delicious

    Posted by Claire on Mar 23rd 2024

    This was the first time we’d had ladyfinger popcorn and, have to say, we loved it! It is delicate and delicious, without a bunch of hulls. One of my personal favorites!

  • 5

    Small and delicious!

    Posted by Abby on Feb 5th 2024

    The kernels are tiny and super fun to eat! No hulls is a bonus!