Popcorn is possibly my favorite food. I eat everyday - no joke. I can't walk by a movie theater without being tempted to go in a get a bag to go. (I don't because I'm usually with others and don't want to completely embarrass myself.)
This isn't so much a recipe as a method for delicious, healthy-ish popcorn making. I use an air popper to pop a bowl of popcorn, using the provided measuring cups worth of kernels. Then I lightly mist it with oil. As I've mentioned in other posts, I like to keep grape seed oil in a sprayer bottle. This is so convenient for popcorn dressing purposes. Grape seed is super neutral and I like the flavor but can be substituted for a different oil. Next, it's sprinkled with yeast flakes and salt, to taste. And by to taste, I mean A LOT of yeast flakes. Sometimes Cam likes to spice things up with a pinch of cumin or curry powder, too.
Yeast flakes, if you haven't seen these before are salty, almost cheesy tasting, light flakes of deactivated yeast that come in sprinkle container or in bulk. I really like the Bragg's brand.