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Nordic Ware Microwave Popcorn Popper, 12-Cup, White
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- Makes light, fluffy microwave popcorn without using oil
- Made of gemstone unbreakable cookware with a plastic lid
- Microwave safe
- Dishwasher safe
- Made in the USA
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|Dimensions||5 inches x 9.88 inches x 9.88 inches||7 inches x 11.6 inches x 10 inches||5.2 inches x 10.3 inches x 10.2 inches||5.7 inches x 7.87 inches x 7.87 inches|
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Size: 1 Pack | Color: white
Top Customer Reviews
But I almost ruined the popper the first time I used it. I set my 1350 watt Panasonic microwave oven to 3 minute, burned the popcorn, leaving scorch marks that I was able to scrub out. I'd advise any user to work their way UP to the proper time for their microwave.
The underside of the bottom of the popping bowl gets hot enough to burn one's fingers. Take it out of the microwave by the edges at the the top and place the popper on a heat-resistant surface.
However, this popper (as well as my identical and currently unavailable Fireworks Popcorn Microwave Popping Bowl) for me, beats them all. Once you get the timing right, for me it's 2:10, figure out you need to add the oil on top of the unpopped kernels and shake them around a bit, and remember to add the salt before popping, you wind up with perfect popcorn with almost no mess.
The Fireworks popcorn that comes with the bowl does pop smaller than some more commercial brands. However, it tastes great, has a nicer texture, ans was included with the bowl. Besides, I can always use the grocery store brands if I want to.
The one thing that surprised me was how quiet this is. It's not much louder than just the microwave so nobody gets woken up if I'm making some late at night.
One last thought about time to pop. The directions said keep going until you only hear one "pop" every second or two. I did that. It went for almost three minutes.Read more ›
I must add however, that microwaves differ in temperature and you must experiement with the correct power in order not to burn.
And I'm happy to say that it actually is very simple, and very effective. You do need to figure out how long it takes to pop in your microwave. Just like when making microwave bag popcorn, listen for when the pops become less frequent. And just like microwave bag popcorn, it's a trade-off: if you leave it in longer, you get some burnt bits and they smell bad, but if you take it out earlier, you have unpopped kernels left. The good thing about this popper (compared to the bags) is that you can eat what popped and then put it back in the microwave to finish off the last few that didn't pop the first time.
Once you figure out the timing, it's easy. For example, with my microwave it usually takes 2 minutes 40 seconds, although I listen for the pops in the last five seconds, in case that batch finishes early.
The popper definitely does get hot on the bottom. And it's hot on the sides right after cooking too. Take it out of the microwave carefully, holding just the edges. However, I've found that it cools down enough to put it in my lap after a few minutes, at least if I'm wearing jeans.
I've had this popper for over 6 months and estimate that I've used it about 70 times or so. There is some very slight discoloration on the bottom when I burned the popcorn once, but other than that, it's basically as good as new.Read more ›
This one works great and doesn't require anything extra except the popcorn, and anything else you want to add.
Plus it is half the cost. I paid $7.99 at Target.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I debated about which popper to buy and I am so glad that I selected this one. First, you can add a bit of oil, just enough to coat the kernels, and then add a bit of salt, stir... Read morePublished 9 hours ago by DeGardenGirl
Just what I wanted. No more microwave bag popcorn for me. One arrived chipped, but works okay.Published 20 hours ago by Pascal Bailey
Just great! it wastes 99.99% less kernels than most of the popcorn in a bag onesPublished 3 days ago by Agustin Gutierrez
We have only used this popper once, without oil. It worked just fine in our microwave. My husband decided to remove the popper after only 2 minutes in the microwave, thinking it... Read morePublished 3 days ago by KenShu
there were 2 of these advertized together as different sizes, we got both. they are the same size, both work well. they have held up to a lot of use.Published 4 days ago by Staci Kiker
This popcorn popper really works well. Be careful because it does get very hot.Published 4 days ago by Rosamund W. Bogan
Excellent product. I don't remember how many years ago I bought this but we still have it and love it and use it oftenPublished 5 days ago by E. Cole
This is a very handy popcorn popper. I love that you can use the same bowl for eating out of....you just have to be a little careful because the bowl can be a little hot. Read morePublished 6 days ago by gr8gramma of 11
I got this because it works without oil or butter and my doctor said "cut those things out of your diet" . Read morePublished 6 days ago by rosemary schmidt