Add 1-3 popcorn kernels to test the oil. Once it pops, you are ready to pop the remaining kernels. Use small batches at a time.
Stir to coat all kernels with oil.
Place a glass lid on top of the pot. Make sure it fits well and "air" is not going through.
The popcorn will begin to pop. This will take a few minutes.
Transfer the popcorn to a bowl. Repeat the process if needed.
Season your popcorn as desired and enjoy.
Instant Pot popcorn Recipe Notes
I did not use a glass lid. I actually used the instant pot lid to make this recipe. However, I would recommend if you use the original IP lid, you do not cover it completely. A fitted glass lid with work best for this recipe. Feel free to experiment. Be sure the setting is set to MORE – HIGH as the low temperature will not work well to pop the kernels. Depending on the instant pot you have, you may get a “burn” notice. If you do, do not be alarmed. It is simply a warning sensor. The popcorn is not burning.