Can you put butter in a Cuisinart popcorn maker?

Can you put butter in a Cuisinart popcorn maker?

Yes. I put 2 tablespoons of butter and 1/4 cup of popcorn in the bottom of the popper and pop until the popping slows down. It does nothing to harm the popper and as long as you don’t overpop, the popcorn will not burn. I always use butter, about a tablespoon with 1/4 cup kernels.

Where is Cuisinart popcorn maker made?

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Product Dimensions 10.1 x 9.05 x 12.3 inches
Country of Origin China
Item model number CPM-700P1
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Can you add Flavour to popcorn machine?

Yes sugar can be put in a popcorn maker to add flavour and create a nice toffee style covering.

Can you use butter instead of oil when making popcorn?

Popping Popcorn With Butter Instead of Oil on the Stove Top The classic stove-top method for popping popcorn with butter instead of oil will give you great results as long as it’s clarified butter. Add to the pan approximately 2 tablespoons of clarified butter per 2 ounces of kernels and set it over a medium-high heat.

How do you make popcorn in a Cuisinart air fryer?


  1. Preheat air fryer to 400° Fahrenheit.
  2. Line air fryer basket with foil in shape of basket or bowl.
  3. Toss popcorn kernels with ¼ tablespoon oil.
  4. Return basket to air fryer.
  5. While popcorn cooks, melt butter in microwave.
  6. Remove air fryer basket.
  7. Cook 3 minutes, then remove basket.

How do you keep popcorn from flying everywhere?

Now I just put a tall Lock-N-Lock container under the spout and then cover with a clean dishtowel. Right after popping, while the popcorn is still very hot and steamy, I quickly add the salt and nutritional yeast, put the lid on the Lock-N-Lock and shake to get the salt to stick to the popcorn.

How do you make a homemade popcorn machine?

Listen for the popcorn kernels to start popping and let them fall into the bowl. Once the popping slows, tilt the popper toward your waiting bowl and dump the rest of the popcorn in. Unplug the machine or shut it off, season your popcorn, and enjoy!