Popcorn Machine Popping Instructions

  1. Make sure the popcorn maker is unplugged before you do any of the following.
  2. Before using the unit, please check carefully if voltage (120V – 60 Hz ) is suitable to your home.
  3. Turn all switches on.
  4. For first batch only, let kettle warm up for about 4 minutes.
  5. Load pre-measured oil into kettle. If oil is solid, let oil warm in kettle for a minute or two.
  6. Add premeasured corn into kettle. Close lid and allow to pop.
  7. Popcorn will start to open kettle lid and fall into bottom of machine.
  8. Listen for popping sound to stop
  9. Dump kettle immediately after popping stops or kettle will burn.

If you have burned corn or excessive smoke, turn kettle heat off for a few minutes.

Always keep both kettle switches off when not popping!

When popping your last batch, turn kettle heat switch off as soon as corn starts popping rapidly

How Much Oil for My Popper?

Using a popcorn popper for the first time can be a learning experience. With this in mind, we’ve received numerous questions from customer on how much oil to use in a popper. Here’s a guide that will help you.

*2oz Popcorn Machine = Use 2 ounces (1/4 CUP) kernels + 1/2 ounce (1 Tablespoon) Oil

4oz Popcorn Machine = Use 4 ounces (1/2 CUP) kernels + 1 ounce (2 Tablespoons) Oil

6oz Popcorn Machine = Use 6 ounces (3/4 CUP) kernels + 2 ounce (4 Tablespoons) Oil

8oz Popcorn Machine = Use 8 ounces (1 CUP) kernels + 2 ounce (4 Tablespoons) Oil

12oz Popcorn Machine = Use 12 ounces (1-1/2 CUP) kernels + 3 ounce (6 Tablespoons) Oil

16oz Popcorn Machine = Use 16 ounces (2 CUP) kernels + 4 ounce (8 Tablespoons) Oil

*The size you need is entirely dependent upon the amount of people you feed on a regular basis. Remember that the “ounce amount” relates directly to how many ounces of popcorn can be produced in one batch. For small families or small groups of guests, the four-ounce popper may be perfect for you. If you entertain large groups, or have a big family, you may want to buy the six- or eight-ounce popper to avoid making multiple batches all the time. Just keep in mind that even if you have a larger popper, you can make smaller batches on occasion with smaller amounts of corn, oil and salt..