How do you make popcorn in a Whirley Pop?

How do you make popcorn in a Whirley Pop?

  1. First time use. Season the pan.
  2. Prep. Add 1/2 Cup Popping Corn and 1-3 T Popping Oil into the Whirley Pop.
  3. Ready to pop. Heat Whirley Pop on stove set to Medium – Medium High.
  4. Time to crank.
  5. Enjoy!

How much popcorn do I use in a Whirley Pop?

The 6 Quart Whirley-Pop Stovetop Popper is the ultimate popcorn machine. It produces the same amount of popcorn as a 4 oz. commercial machine at a lot lower price. Add about 2.2 Tablespoons of popcorn oil to the pot, warm up and then add 1/2 Cup of popcorn along with a pinch of Flavacol salt.

How do you clean a Whirley Pop After kettle corn?

After popping a batch of popcorn, and your Whirley Pop has completely cooled down, it can be easily wiped clean with a paper towel and put away until you’re hankerin’ again.

Why is my Whirley Pop popcorn chewy?

Why is my popcorn chewy and rubbery? A top reason popcorn turns out chewy is because steam gets trapped in your pot when the popcorn kernels are popping. Fix this by using a well-vented lid or leave the pan slightly open to make a light and crispy popcorn.

How often should I clean my popcorn machine?

When making Real Theater Popcorn or Traditional (popcorn & oil): It is up to your own preference. Wipe out with a paper towel after every use or every 4-5 uses, is a normal cleaning cycle. You can wash with warm soapy water as well.

Why is my popcorn not crunchy?

The main reason popcorn turns out chewy is when steam is locked into the pot or popper. There is already moisture in every kernel. As the kernels heat, that moisture turns into steam, causing them to pop. And second, using too much oil can also be the reason for chewy popcorn.

Why is my popcorn not fluffy?

What do you do if your popcorn doesn’t pop?

How To Rejuvenate Popcorn Kernels

  1. Put the not-doing-their-thing popcorn kernels in a jar.
  2. For every cup of kernels, add one teaspoon of water.
  3. Lid the jar, shake well, and let sit for 1-3 days. (It’s advised to let the kernels sit for three days, but we waited just one and they were perfect.)

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