|List of Ingredients|
Parched corn has a long history that is
said to go back to Biblical times and earlier. Parched
corn's history here in the US is well documented as a staple for the
Indians as well as the settlers. Although the Indians and settlers
roasted the corn somewhat differently, the end product was about the same.
Many times the only "trail rations" the settlers and hunters had
was a pouch of parched corn. In modern terminology....the Indians
"dry roasted" the corn and the pioneers "oil roasted or
fried" the corn kernels. The small amount of oil is used to
help hold the salt.
Parched corn is a hearty snack and
especially enjoyed by those that always fight over the "old
maids" left over in the bottom of the popcorn bowl.
Serving size: 2 oz.
|Amount per serving|
|% Daily Value *|
|Percent values are based on a 2,000 calorie per day diet. Your daily values may differ.|
50.7% of calories from Fat
42.3% from Carbohydrates
7% from Protein