Stovetop Cooking Instructions
- Pour about 4 TBSP of oil (or to cover the bottom) into at least a 6 quart Heavy Bottom Pan.
- Drop three kernels of popcorn in oil. Oil will be heated once they pop.
- Once the popcorn pops, add 4 oz.
ofpopcorn (1/2 cup), lower the heat slightly and cover pan with lid.
- Continuously agitate pan until the popcorn ceases to pop.
- Season to taste.
Note: If using a Popcorn Popper follow
Whirley Popper Popping Instructions
Seasoning Instructions: First Time Use
- Wash and season pan
Add 1 tablespoon of vegetable oil. Tilt the pan to coat the bottom and sides of the pan. Heat for 20 seconds or until oil is hot. Do not leave pan unattended.
- Remove from heat and let cool.
- Wipe out with a napkin and start popping!
- Do not add any ingredients while the
popperis on any heat source.
- Use the proper amounts of oil and popcorn
For Popcorn use 1/2 Cup
For Oil use 1-3 Tablespoon
- Some gourmet hybrid popcorn such as white, crimson or petite pop-up smaller and should be adjusted accordingly.
- As you become more comfortable with your
popper, you can reduce the amount of oil used to as low as a single teaspoon. That's about 41 calories - 4 1/2 fat grams!
- Do not preheat
- Place popper with added ingredients on gas stove and turn on the burner. Medium heat is best.
- If using electric range, heat range only to medium-high; place popper with added ingredients on heated unit.
- Stir slowly, adjust temperature as needed so popping is complete in about 3 minutes.
- Continue stirring through entire process until there is only an occasional pop...pop, or until the handle becomes hard to turn. Do not force the handle.
- Remove from heat immediately.
- Transfer into a serving bowl.
- Add butter and salt or your favorite seasoning.
Never place empty popper on heated stovetop.
Never leave popper unattended while popping.