Achieve theater-style popcorn at home, thanks to the stainless steel Whirley-Pop! The included Real Theater Popping Kits includes just enough gourmet yellow kernels, premium coconut popping oil and buttery salt for 6 full quarts of popcorn. Popper is compatible with induction, electric and gas top stoves.
Simply so, does stainless steel work on induction?
Stainless Steel – Durable and easy to clean, stainless steel pots and pans are a great choice for induction cooking, however cooking results can sometimes be uneven. Not all stainless steel is magnetic so you will want to perform the magnet test to be sure.
Also to know is, how do you clean a Whirley Pop stainless steel?
Cleaning and Seasoning your Whirley Pop
Before using your Whirley Pop for first time, spend a few minutes preparing it for a lifetime of use. Pop the lid off and wash all surfaces in warm, soapy water and rinse. Give it all a towel dry and put the lid back on.
How do you pop popcorn in a Whirley Pop?
Yes, both aluminum and stainless steel Whirley poppers can be used on a gas stove.
The stainless steel pot heats very evenly and this definitely does a great job of popping almost all of the kernels without burning them. It is very easy to clean (just wipe out if making a basic batch without sugar/salt). But also hand washes easily too.
Walnut, avocado or extra virgin olive oils are best when making popcorn on the stovetop. Canola oil is the next best option. Flaxseed and wheat germ oil shouldn’t be heated, so they don’t really work for popping popcorn.
Today, we still produce the Whirley Poptm Stovetop Popcorn Popper right here in our barn in Monon.
The very best way to ensure most kernels pop is to invest in a lightweight aluminum pan with a crank, like the Whirley Pop. The crank keeps the unpopped kernels moving along the bottom of the pan and allows the popped popcorn to rise to the top, ensuring more popped kernels and fewer burnt ones.
The Whirley Pop was the brainchild of her father, Mike Williams, whose own dad started farming in Indiana in 1958. Willams became a farmer, too, acquiring Wabash Valley Farms in 1974. At one point, he was growing popcorn for Orville Redenbacher.