It has been used a couple of times a week here on the woodstove, but the whole reason I special ordered one that was suppose to be induction compatible was so that in the summer we could still enjoy our snacky treat without having to fire up the butane or wood stove.
First I assembled our popcorn staples - popcorn (usually from Bulk Zone... Either white or mushroom), peanut oil (it doesn't seem to burn as quickly, and we all love us some peanuts), the induction cooker, and the popcorn popping pot.
|Everything ready to go. So excited!|
|And a close up of just the ingredients?|
|Test kernels installed. Waiting for it to warm up sufficiently. I like the reflection of the photographer here!|
Within a few moments, I heard the kernels popping! I was shocked - shocked I tell you!
I poured in about a quarter cup of unpopped corn and started cranking the handle. It popped amazingly rapidly - I would say it was as fast as a bag of microwave popcorn! I quickly emptied it into a nearby bowl, and in fast succession, popped two more bowls.
|Kenny scrambled to get the first bowl out for me.|
|I repackaged mine in the bag to eat later.|