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Salter EK2902 Healthy Fat-Free Electric Hot Air Popcorn Maker, 1200 W, Black/Grey £9 @ Tesco (Maryhill)

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This is going to look amazing in the cupboard right next to my cup cake baker, panini grill and ice cream maker
Probably one of the few kitchen gadgets that gets regular use in our house. So easy to use and perfect popcorn for movie nights!
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This is going to look amazing in the cupboard right next to my cup cake baker, panini grill and ice cream maker
Probably one of the few kitchen gadgets that gets regular use in our house. So easy to use and perfect popcorn for movie nights!
.....or just use your microwave.......

......place corn in a covered glass not plastic bowl...........simples.....
custommade0716/11/2019 13:57

Probably one of the few kitchen gadgets that gets regular use in our …Probably one of the few kitchen gadgets that gets regular use in our house. So easy to use and perfect popcorn for movie nights!


Same for us
The kids love it, it makes it really fun
trannyboy16/11/2019 14:30

.....or just use your microwave.............place corn in a covered glass ….....or just use your microwave.............place corn in a covered glass not plastic bowl...........simples.....


Ah i was wondering if there was an alternative, I'll give this a go, thanks
CoolCarCuffs16/11/2019 16:30

Ah i was wondering if there was an alternative, I'll give this a go, thanks


Easier way, normal way, just get some microwave popcorn from the shop



.. though too be honest if the above method works it's probably cheaper to buy Kernels and Season them yourself
trannyboy16/11/2019 14:30

.....or just use your microwave.............place corn in a covered glass ….....or just use your microwave.............place corn in a covered glass not plastic bowl...........simples.....


How long for roughly ...I know wattages vary, and any oil b4 ..
Been bying BIG 300g bags of Sweet & Sweet/Salted from Poundland. I would make it myself, but can never get a nace even coating of sugar to stick to the corn. Hate the Butterkist stuff.
Where can you buy popcorn from for a popcorn maker?
My microwave is E rated so about 800w, my glass mixing bowl is about 6" high and 12" across,the flat base is 5" across so I put a single layer of kernels, this when popped will fill the bowl. Four minutes in mine will pop most,adjust time as required,little happens for the first two minutes or so then it all starts,when there is a gap of a few seconds stop or the other popped corn will burn,I don't add sugar until later. Holland and Barrett,larger supermarkets,health food shops or the cheapest I found to buy the corn,no such thing as microwave popcorn unless you want to pay for a teaspoonful in a bag, are the asian food shops amongst all their lentils peas and massive bags of almonds cashews etc....Happy popping.
Edited by: "trannyboy" 17th Nov 2019
If you have one of these use about 15/20ml cooking oil and poor it in. Then sprinkle in some corn kernels so you can't see the base (Chavda sells a bag for £1.25) and then season with salt, pepper, garlic/curry powder and heat for 2 minutes on a 700w microwave.

You'll probably find you have to adjust how much oil, kernels and seasonings you want to use but when you have it down it's so easy that you might ditch all other methods.


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trannyboy16/11/2019 14:30

.....or just use your microwave.............place corn in a covered glass ….....or just use your microwave.............place corn in a covered glass not plastic bowl...........simples.....


or just don't use microwave for any reason ever. hint: 50 million people in UK have cancer.
good luck and God bless
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