Yield: 1 servings
|- microwave small-to-medium size paper|
|Sack (heavier brown sacks,|
|The bulk brown paper lunch|
|Bags, seems to work the|
|Best; they seem to|
|Be the "right weight". Orville Redenbacher's Hot|
|Air popcorn (this seems to|
|Best for me).|
Put some kernels into bag, and put bag into microwave. (I fold the open end over once.) As microwaves seem to very greatly, I won't recommend temps or times; I usually have to experiment a little with every "new" microwave that I encounter. I'd probably start with the temp that you'd use for regular microwave popcorn. Of course, time is influenced by the amt of popcorn kernels.
I hover around the microwave until the rate of popping slows down. I then remove and enjoy! (I like it unadorned.) I'm willing to put up with the occasional bag with a lot of unpopped kernels as I much prefer this to the alternative. I can keep paper sacks and popcorn in my desk easily enough.
I started doing it this way several years ago, but recently I've had two different people comment on this, so I was inspired to pass it on (as I'm munching and typing ;-).
From: cmadson@... (Cheryl Madson). Fatfree Digest [Volume 1 Issue 1] July 22, 1994. Formatted by Sue Smith, S.Smith34, TXFT40A@... using MMCONV.