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Clay Pop-O-Pot Popcorn Popper

Clay Pop-O-Pot Popcorn Popper

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Clay Pop-O-Pot Popcorn Popper

Makes really good popcorn in the microwave - buy your own popcorn, use your own oil, you get your own really good popcorn with no chemicals.

To make popcorn, put 1/3 to 1/2 cup of popcorn in the Pop-O-Pot along with about 3 tablespoons of oil (could be olive oil, corn or vegetable or peanut oil, or popcorn popping oil.) Put the lid on and place in microwave on high for 4 to 6 minutes. Be careful not to overcook, stop cooking when the pops subside and there is 3 seconds between pops.

You can also put the butter in with the popcorn and cooking oil (the oil protects the butter from burning) and cook all together.
There are instructions with each piece. Cooking with clay is simple and fun!
Strictly for microwave use, not stovetop or oven.

Clay Pop-O-Pot:
Outside dimensions: 10” long, 8"” wide, and 6-3/4” tall - it's hand made, so these dimensions are approximate.
Holds about one quart.

Clay pots are well packaged for shipping via FedEx. Our flat rate shipping is $6.95 per order (for details see $6.95 Shipping / Returns)

Clay Pop-O-Pot popcorn popper pricing:
$44 each

When pot is cool, wipe inside with a damp cloth. Dishwasher is not recommended since some soaps leave a residue. Do not use abrasive cleaners. If something is burnt on, let the pot soak in hot, soapy water and then scrub it.

Use soft utensils such as wood, bamboo, or plastic; hand wash. While the finish is fairly tough, it could be cured by cooking with oil at first. Bear in mind that this clay is somewhat porous - it's not glazed - so if left sitting with water in it some leakage may occur. Cooking oil is thicker and will not soak through.

Clay cookware, bakeware, and earthenware has been hand made in Pomaire, Chile since the mid 1800’s. This distinctive piece is both functional and decorative; it cooks well and makes a unique serving dish.

Pomaireware clay pot - made in Chile

This distinctive piece is both functional and decorative; it cooks well and makes a unique serving dish. Clay pot cooking has the advantages of even heat distribution and it maintains the moisture of the food. This clay pot is made only of clay, there is no glaze, and it's lead free.

Ovens work around the clock in Pomaire, Chile, packed full of clay cookware. Each item is formed, dried, then smoothed and burnished with an agate stone before being fired. No glaze or varnish is used, the only ingredient is lead free clay. It takes around 8 hours in the oven to create the dry, hard finish. This is a hand made item, so no two are exactly alike, and each one has it’s own blemishes and shades of color.

The Pop-O-Pot was designed in the USA by Charles Zangger, who's family has been involved in popcorn production in Nebraska for 4 generations.

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