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Ecolution Micro-Pop Microwave Popcorn Popper 1.5QT - Temperature Safe Glass w/Multi Purpose Lid, Snack Size, Red

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On the lid itself is a slight indentation, which cleverly holds exactly the amount of popcorn kernels that will fit, popped, within the bowl (so that I don’t have to use a measuring cup). In with light, airy popcorn easily prepared in a reusable silicone container that doubles as your serving dish. The 103 third parties who use cookies on this service do so for their purposes of displaying and measuring personalized ads, generating audience insights, and developing and improving products. The popcorn really did taste as good as the popcorn popped on my stove top—and it was a much faster process that dirtied only one bowl.

Personalised advertising may be considered a “sale” or “sharing” of information under California and other state privacy laws, and you may have a right to opt out.Few models are dishwasher-safe, but the worst you need to deal with is some grease that should wipe away with a soapy sponge. International products have separate terms, are sold from abroad and may differ from local products, including fit, age ratings, and language of product, labeling or instructions.

This roundup combines results from three separate tests of popcorn makers, one with six electric machines, one with 10 microwave and stovetop models, and a third with 11 makers of all kinds. They're also available in blue, yellow, orange, purple, pine green, lime green, and fuchsia (hot pink). The goal is to remove any grease and leftover bits of popcorn, but most machines don't need very serious scrubbing.As the kernels pop, the panels on top unfold to make room for up to ten cups of popcorn to share or hoard. It popped every single kernel in the chamber during testing, though some unpopped ones (less than three percent) also flew out into the bowl. It also offers all the convenience of microwaved popcorn without unsettling chemicals that are often used in most microwave popcorn bags. Answer: You certainly can’t go wrong with the classic taste of buttered popcorn, but one of the best things about the PopTop is that it gives you the freedom to give your popcorn exactly the flavor you want. I began to feel like I’d turned into a walking, talking cheese puff, and it irritated me how much of my precious shelf space was eaten up by snacks.

Keep in mind that anyone can view public collections - they may also appear in recommendations and other places. Popcorn is my absolute favorite snack; one of my best drunk purchases ever was an 8 pound jug of Orville Redenbacher. You could use the pot without its stirring lid for everyday cooking, but the material tends to be cheap aluminum that's not great at transferring heat. inches, the bowl has a convenient collapsible design where you collapse it into a much smaller size, about 2 inches in height. I had one small problem after using mine for about a year and a half and they were kind enough to send out a new one free of charge.You're probably better off melting butter in a separate vessel, and then pouring it in just as the corn finishes popping.

You actually need those few minutes for the handle of the cup to cool down, as it gets very hot during popping. Since I got this right before Halloween, I also thought it could be used as a candy bowl, maybe even throughout the holiday seasons. Although nearly the entire packing stuff is full of puns and funny excerpts to make us laugh, they know when to get serious. Without the perks of an office kitchen, my apartment’s kitchen cabinets became stuffed with potato chips, cookies, and Pirate’s Booty—which I ate at all hours of the day. Of course the lid continued to open almost as soon as the cooking process had started resulting in kernels being ejected all over the microwave.

With a microwave popcorn maker, you can use oil or not, though adding a teaspoon or so will help get more of the kernels to pop. This useful gift is just what I needed for the days when I’m craving an afternoon snack or nibble to pair with Netflix. My mom got me this when they went to a popcorn farm, they had gotten my husband and I a “popcorn flight” of different corn kernels to try and knew we didn’t have an air popper. Air poppers use only hot air and work quite effectively at popping almost every kernel, but you can't add any oil, butter, or seasonings during cooking. The dealbreaker was that the butter melter drips right into the piping-hot machine, causing it to burn and make acrid smoke.

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