Nostalgia Popcorn Maker

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Nostalgia KPM528 Vintage 2.5-Ounce Tabletop Kettle Popcorn Maker, Makes 10 Cups, With Kernel & Oil Measuring Spoon and Scoop, Perfect for Birthday Parties, Movie Nights-Black, 2.5 oz recommended by Skillet Director
Nostalgia Concession CCP510 Vintage Professional Popcorn Cart-New 8-Ounce Kettle-53 Inches Tall-Red recommended by Skillet Director
Nostalgia OFP-501 Old Fashioned Popcorn Machine, 1040 W, 120 V, 12 Cup, Red recommended by Skillet Director
Nostalgia KPM200 2.5-Ounce Tabletop Kettle Popcorn Maker, Makes 10 Cups With Kernel & Oil Measuring Spoons and Scoop, Perfect for Birthday Parties, Movie Nights, Main, White/RED recommended by Skillet Director
Nostalgia PC25RW 2.5 oz Popcorn & Concession Cart, 48" Tall, Makes 10 Cups, with Kernel & Oil Measuring Spoons & Scoop, 13" Wheels for Easy Mobility recommended by Skillet Director
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Nostalgia KPM528 Vintage 2.5-Ounce Tabletop Kettle Popcorn Maker
Nostalgia Concession CCP510 Vintage Professional Popcorn Cart
Nostalgia OFP-501 Old Fashioned Popcorn Machine
Nostalgia KPM200 2.5-Ounce Tabletop Kettle Popcorn Maker
Nostalgia PC25RW 2.5 oz Popcorn & Concession Cart
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$69.99
$173.48
$34.99
$39.66
$119.99
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Nostalgia KPM528 Vintage 2.5-Ounce Tabletop Kettle Popcorn Maker, Makes 10 Cups, With Kernel & Oil Measuring Spoon and Scoop, Perfect for Birthday Parties, Movie Nights-Black, 2.5 oz recommended by Skillet Director
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Nostalgia KPM528 Vintage 2.5-Ounce Tabletop Kettle Popcorn Maker
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Nostalgia
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$69.99
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Nostalgia Concession CCP510 Vintage Professional Popcorn Cart-New 8-Ounce Kettle-53 Inches Tall-Red recommended by Skillet Director
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Nostalgia Concession CCP510 Vintage Professional Popcorn Cart
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Nostalgia
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$173.48
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Nostalgia OFP-501 Old Fashioned Popcorn Machine, 1040 W, 120 V, 12 Cup, Red recommended by Skillet Director
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Nostalgia OFP-501 Old Fashioned Popcorn Machine
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Nostalgia
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$34.99
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Nostalgia KPM200 2.5-Ounce Tabletop Kettle Popcorn Maker, Makes 10 Cups With Kernel & Oil Measuring Spoons and Scoop, Perfect for Birthday Parties, Movie Nights, Main, White/RED recommended by Skillet Director
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Nostalgia KPM200 2.5-Ounce Tabletop Kettle Popcorn Maker
Brand
Nostalgia
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$39.66
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Nostalgia PC25RW 2.5 oz Popcorn & Concession Cart, 48" Tall, Makes 10 Cups, with Kernel & Oil Measuring Spoons & Scoop, 13" Wheels for Easy Mobility recommended by Skillet Director
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Nostalgia PC25RW 2.5 oz Popcorn & Concession Cart
Brand
Nostalgia
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$119.99
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Nostalgia Popcorn Maker Buyers’ Guide

How to use a Nostalgia popcorn machine?

Start by placing your popcorn maker on a flat surface, and gather your supplies. Plugin your popcorn maker, but make sure it is in the OFF position. Make sure the top section is securely placed on the base unit and that the kettle motor is plugged in. Turn the machine on for around 5 minutes to let it slightly preheat. Then turn the machine off again. Open the glass door on the side, measure one tablespoon of oil and pour it into the kettle. Then use the popcorn cup to measure the kernels and add those into the kettle. Turn the machine on and close the glass door. The popcorn will start to pop out of the kettle, so turn the machine off when the popping sounds slow down or stop, then pour out your popcorn.

Kitchen tools price updated on 2020-01-26 / Disclaimer: as an Amazon Associate a Skillet Director team earns from qualifying purchases.

Author: Mark Miller

I have graduated The Culinary Institute of America in 2013 and became a chef assistant in one of New York city restaurants. As a talented young cook I began to move up the career ladder – just a few years later I'm worked as a chef in the most prestigious restaurants. Early in my career, I attended many workshops and seminars in Europe and the United States. The training took place at Michelin 3*-4* restaurants and cooking schools.