Popcorn Maker for only £12.99 at LIDL instore on Thursday, Great Gift
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Popcorn Maker for only £12.99 at LIDL instore on Thursday, Great Gift

£12.99LIDL Deals
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Found 21st May 2012
Makes delicious sweet or savoury popcorn in just 3 minutes
1200 watt
Uses hot air instead of oil for a great low-calorie snack
With integrated butter melting dish
Built-in cable storage and non-slip base for extra stability
Cable length (m): 1
3 year manufacturer’s warranty

13 Comments

What's the point of this. Just use the microwave

Agreed. Really don't see the point of going through the extra hassle.

tastes like sh1t i bet

might aswell buy those ones where its a pack you put in microwave

atleast them taste of something

superpal

What's the point of this. Just use the microwave


microwave popcorns have other artificial ingredients added. Plus there's no burnt kernels/popcorn, unlike a microwave if it's left in a little to long.

imo the butter melting dish is a bit useless. the popcorn is done before the butter has melted enough.

Good for people on diets and those who don't like burnt corn. Plus you microwave will be used to make good caramel and nut coating while its popping yum

srb

microwave popcorns have other artificial ingredients added.



Butterkist salted microwave popcorn. Ingredients: Maize, Vegetable Oil, Salt.
Butterkist sweet microwave popcorn. Ingredients: Maize, Vegetable Oil, Sweeteners (Isomalt, Sucralose), Emulsifier (Soya Lecithins), Flavouring.
Butterkist butter microwave popcorn. Ingreditents: Maize, Vegetable Oil, Salt, Flavouring, Colour (Annatto).

Doesn't exactly look like it's teeming with E numbers to me.

They're good fun for the kids. Watching the popcorn shoot out from these hair driers keeps them entertained for a few minutes. Then it's back on top of the cupboard next to the toasted sandwich maker. Collecting dust.

Agreed. Its a novelty for the best part 1 or 2 days

Good buy though, so on that basis, this has been voted hot!

Its pretty good, super healthy. Not sure how the popcorn it produces becomes sweet though

It's good if you want to be unhealthy as well, use the popcorn to coat your fried foods. Also popcorn is good with a spritz of olive oil and then sprinkle with barbecue/fajita seasoning.

Just bought one, and from having tried other popcorn makers, this one is VERY good! The design of the spout meant that hardly any random kernels flew out, just the odd one or two, and although it's obviously gonna make some noise as it's basically a hair dryer, it was a lot quieter than one's i've tried and taken back before.

srb

imo the butter melting dish is a bit useless. the popcorn is done before … imo the butter melting dish is a bit useless. the popcorn is done before the butter has melted enough.



Haven't tried this yet, but i'd be surprised if it DIDN'T melt the butter! The last one I had, I attached some pretty sturdy plastic in no area in a direct blast from the blower to avoid the flying kernel problem... and it lasted about a minute under the immense heat before buckling and deforming! The heat from these things is truly phenomenal, trust me!

I picked one up yesterday and I am disappointed with it.
I loaded it with 50g of kernels, placed it on a tray, and placed a large dish under it, then switched on. As soon as the corn started popping, it spewed out about 20g of unpopped kernels into the dish, then continued to pop the corn, which seemed to fire all over the place, and about 30 popped corns landed on the kitchen floor. The corn that did land in the dish was perfectly popped though, and tasted fine, but I then had to separate it from the unpopped kernels it had mixed with in the dish.
It is already repackaged for its return journey.

Aldi are now selling one on June 21st
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