how do i make microwave popcorn?
what exact steps should i take to make microwave popcorn successfully?
take the plastic wrap off the bag
put the bag in your microwave
push the POPCORN BUTTON
wait for popcorn
eat and enjoy!!
hoped this helped
Take 1/4 cup good quality popcorn, 2 teaspoons olive oil and 1/4 teaspoon kosher salt
Toss the popcorn with the olive oil, and salt in a brown paper paper bag. Fold the top of the bag over and staple the bag twice to close. Place the bag in the microwave and microwave on high for 2 minutes to 3 minutes, or until there are about 5 seconds between pops.
Don't do what Chloe Comfort said, as metal should NEVER be put into a microwave oven, even something as small as staples, as that's how you start a fire in your microwave.
And the insides of ready-made microwave popcorn bags are coated with a toxic chemical that leeches into the popcorn, thus slowly poisoning you.
Using an air popper is the healthiest way to make popcorn.
I have used both microwave, stove top and a popcorn machine. The popcorn machine made the best popcorn (the biggest fattest) and no metal issues to worry about. It's real cool!
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