If you’ve ever wondered how to roast coffee beans, you can use your Popcorn Popper to roast your beans. But you have to know that the coffee doesn’t fall out automatically. You have to wait until it cools down before removing it from the popper. To avoid burning your coffee beans, you can use a metal colander to quickly cool the beans. You can also put the coffee beans into two colanders and stir them both. This will keep the coffee beans cool quickly since the metal conducts heat away from the beans rapidly.
Roasted by Ethan
Roasted by Ethan is a new coffee shop that uses a popcorn popper to roast coffee. The popper heats the beans to about 200 degrees in about a minute. It is important to avoid opening the lid during the roasting process, as it will release smoke. If you do open the lid, you risk reducing the roasting time.
Roasted by Kate
In this week’s episode of Roasted by Kate, A&M visit Kate McLeod, a home roaster. Kate makes delicious coffee using a popcorn popper from the 1970s. In this episode, she teaches us how to get the perfect “first crack” and shares the secret to making a delicious cup of coffee. Videographer Elena Parker shot and edited this episode.
Roasted by Kate’s Website
If you’re a coffee lover, you might be interested in roasting your own beans. Kate is a long-time homebrewer and coffee enthusiast. She enjoys writing for coffee websites, sampling all types of coffee, and owns an overabundance of coffee gear.
Popper Roaster comes with a Thermal Cut-out Switch
The Popper roaster comes with a thermal cut-out switch, which cuts off the heat to the electric coil when the chamber gets too hot. This feature can take up to 20-30 seconds to reset. To avoid this from happening, slowing down the roasting process will help prevent the switch from being reset.
Roasted by Ethan’s Website
One of the best ways to roast popcorn is in a popcorn popper. A good popper roasts popcorn very quickly, reaching a temperature of about 200°F in just under a minute. However, it is important to roast popcorn carefully to avoid burning.
If you want to get creative, you can also roast coffee in your popper. You will have to use a non-electric popper. It will emit smoke, so you will need to move it outdoors. First, remove the plastic lid of your popper. You will also need to wash out a soup can. This will act as a chimney. You will want to fit the soup can into the top of the popper.