Question about Popcorn Makers
With the Cuisinart it says only to use veggie oil or canola. Never use olive oil or any other kind. You will need only two teaspoons. Take off the red bowl cover when making it as well, I only use premium popcorn kernels as well. I love it...makes great popcorn everytime with very few kernels left unpopped...
Posted on Nov 04, 2009
I have tried both Mazola Corn Oil, and Orville Redenbacher's Popping Oil, and they both came out about the same. As long as no one sticks their face near the top of the popcorn maker while it is popping, you could try removing the plastic cover to the popping bowl while it is popping - this will allow moist steam to escape, which will make the popcorn somewhat dryer. For me, this popcorn maker pops perfectly to suit my tastes, but I spoke to a lady once that used to operate a popcorn maker at a carnival, and she just wasn't satisfied with the Cuisinart. Different strokes.
Posted on Mar 05, 2009
It souds as if you are using too much oil. Als I personally prefer peanut oil or canola oil.
Posted on Jul 14, 2008
Cuisinart makes fresh, crunchy, homemade popcorn fast, easy¿.and healthy! The Cuisinart Popcorn Maker pops up to 10 cups of popcorn in under 5 minutes, and lets popcorn lovers decide just how much, and what kind, of popcorn, oil and flavoring to use. Popcorn pops right into a clear plastic bowl that flips to serve, and both bowl and poping plate go into the dishwasher.
Posted on Feb 25, 2008
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