Question about West Bend 82602 Poppery II Popcorn Maker
The Poppery II is a dry-popper - in other words, no oil. First make sure that the well is clear of the debris of past use: with a clean cloth, wipe the inside of the well, travelling in the same direction as the air fins to prevent lodging foreign matter in the ducts; this removes any kernel particles which might have been left behind by previous use. Next: place the amount of popcorn you wish to pop in the well, put the lid on, and place a large bowl in front of the lid shute. If you wish to melt butter, place 2 tbsp in the shallow cup that fits in the top of the lid (never over-fill or it will overflow into the well and make a terrible mess). Finally, when everything is set, put the plug in an outlet and be prepared to turn the bowl when the popcorn begins piling in. When there are no more fluffs popping out the shute, unplug, clean up and enjoy a great treat. Pour the melted butter over the fluffs while tossing them to make sure there is fairly even distribution and flavours and seasoning to suit yourself. A 1/2 cup of kernels takes about 2 minutes and will make about 5 cups of popped corn.
Posted on Mar 21, 2011
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