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By Happy Mawmaw
from Harrisonburg, VA
About Me Avid Cook
Comments about Microwave Popcorn Maker:
Makes tasty individual servings quickly. A little oil, some popcorn and some seasoned salt to finish it off...YUM! Be sure to take it out when it stops popping or it will quickly burn the popcorn.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
I love popcorn!
from Wooster, OH
About Me Casual Cook
I was anxious to use this and broke one of the clamps right off the bat! I washed it and made my first batch of popcorn. I had read a comment that they had broken a clamp and she could still use it so I went right ahead. I love the fact that it makes a small amount of popcorn, and that's all it is, salt, butter and popcorn! I'm sure I'll improve as I use it more. And yes, I did burn the first batch, but just a bit.
Just what I was looking for.
By GRANNY 2
was on my Christmas list, got an electric one & returned it and ordered this one. Just the right size for one.
Love this product
from Mt. Clemens, MI
This is great for one or two people
I'm looking for a way to manage my cravings. Seems this may be perfect! What a great gift idea it would make.
Micro corn popper
By Grandma Mocha
from Duluth Mn
Not sturdy enough
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
from San Francisco, Ca
Great for just one person when watching a movie
from Buckeye, AZ
Makes just enough for one serving
clipps break almost right away..
clipps break almost right away..I bought two... both broke.. now used to feed dogs..
(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
Have had mine for 2 years
from Charlotte, nc
I've used mine regularly for two years (did have to replace once b/c I broke one of the rather flimsy plastic locking clips). I've not had the same problems as some of the other reviewers. I rarely use oil, all my kernels pop, the popped corn is not sticky, and it is easy to melt butter pieces on top of the hot, popped corn. Perhaps the problems of poor quality popped corn stem from the lack of adequate popping instructions. Tips: don't begin by adding too much popcorn to the popper or all the kernals will not pop (start out with about 3 Tbsp. of popcorn and if that amt. doesn't completely fill the bowl, add a little more the next time). Also, when the popcorn is finished popping, don't leave it covered in it's bowl or the steam inside will make the popcorn sticky and moist. If the popcorn burns, you've left it in the microwave too long ... take it out of the microwas as soon as you no longer hear the kernals popping.