Cookworks Popcorn Instructions

Written by dan harkins | 13/05/2017
Cookworks Popcorn Instructions
Getting to this point takes a few pours and a flip of the switch. (popcorn image by Ewe Degiampietro from

Based in Vancouver, British Columbia, the Cookworks retail and online electronics store used to put its moniker on a "Signature Silver" home popcorn machine, a device that popped up to 10 cups of popcorn with the flip of a single switch. The company, in 2010, sells a cuisinart one-switch popper that pops the same amount in about the same amount of time. Both operate under the same conditions.

Cookworks Popcorn Instructions
Plug in the popper. (power plug image by BigDog from

Plug your Cookworks popcorn machine into outlet power.

Cookworks Popcorn Instructions
Use a 1/2 cup of popcorn kernels. (Popcorn image by Julie F from

Remove the clear-plastic dome of the popcorn maker. Pour 1/2 cup of kernels and 1 tbsp of melted butter or vegetable oil onto the popping plate.

Cookworks Popcorn Instructions
Place a large bowl under the downpipe. (bowl image by dinostock from

Replace the top dome and place a large bowl under the downpipe.

Cookworks Popcorn Instructions
Wait for popcorn to fall from the downpipe into the bowl. (popcorn circled bowl image by Roslen Mack from

Flip the power switch on the side of the Cookworks popper to "On" and wait for your kernels to start popping and falling from the downpipe into the bowl.

Things you need

  • 1/2 cup corn kernels for 10 cups of popcorn
  • 1 tbsp vegetable oil or butter

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