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Ambiano Rice Cooker £ 19.99 @ALDI [order online/ instore 26th jan]

£19.99 @ ALDI
This 700W Rice Cooker is the ideal kitchen gadget for creating perfect rice every time. It features 6 handy digital settings and comes with a selection of accessories. Accessories Included 1 x Steam… Read More
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This 700W Rice Cooker is the ideal kitchen gadget for creating perfect rice every time. It features 6 handy digital settings and comes with a selection of accessories.
Accessories Included
1 x Steamer attachment
1 x Measuring cup
1 x Spoon
Instruction manual
Features
Non-stick coating and vented glass lid
700W
Digital panel with 6 buttons - steam, white, rice, brown rice, sauté, keep warm and on/off
1.8 litre capacity
Cool touch handles

Available to pre-order today
Earliest dispatch date 26 January
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1 Like #1
Sauce pan and water does the trick.
#2
how big are they
3 Likes #3
sarahjc72
Sauce pan and water does the trick.


You have no idea. Without doubt one of the best things you will ever buy!!
1 Like #4
I just bought one from Argos today, might preorder this. Seems more advanced. How many rice mugs can this take?
1 Like #5
These are great! we now have rice just like you buy from the chinese take aways. mine makes enough for 10 servings
1 Like #7
sarahjc72
Sauce pan and water does the trick.
Can. But it's wasteful as rice will stick to the bottom. With a rice cooker this doesn't happen.
#8
qwerta369
sarahjc72
Sauce pan and water does the trick.
Can. But it's wasteful as rice will stick to the bottom. With a rice cooker this doesn't happen.


Not always I... have the Sage risotto machine that cost £120 and the rice always sticks.
1 Like #9
I was teaching in Vietnam a few years ago and everyone owned a rice cooker, rather like we have toasters when we could use a grill. The best thing you could buy, no more burnt rice, you can carry on doing other stuff while it cooks and it turns on to 'keep warm' when done. I own this one but I got on better with the Argos cheapo one which is smaller and better for smaller amounts.
#10
pickledpuffer
qwerta369
sarahjc72
Sauce pan and water does the trick.
Can. But it's wasteful as rice will stick to the bottom. With a rice cooker this doesn't happen.
Not always I... have the Sage risotto machine that cost £120 and the rice always sticks.

Oh sorry, I was meaning Asian rice, not Italian risotto rice. I don't know much about the latter.
#11
Holdol
I was teaching in Vietnam a few years ago and everyone owned a rice cooker, rather like we have toasters when we could use a grill. The best thing you could buy, no more burnt rice, you can carry on doing other stuff while it cooks and it turns on to 'keep warm' when done. I own this one but I got on better with the Argos cheapo one which is smaller and better for smaller amounts.

I bought one from argos yesterday, might return that and get this one instead.
#12
Holdol
The best thing you could buy, no more burnt rice, .
haha you can actually get rice cookers that crispen ("burn") the rice, a delicacy in some parts of the world. Expensive but excellent crisp rice each time. They have a rotary dial (rather like a toaster ) to set how crisp you want the rice. I got my first from Amazon ( stateside so use stepdown transformer) cheap and then later an unused one on local Gumtree. Love them. I think they're made in Germany and can be described as persian or tahdig rice cookers.
#13
darklight
Holdol
The best thing you could buy, no more burnt rice, .
haha you can actually get rice cookers that crispen ("burn") the rice, a delicacy in some parts of the world. Expensive but excellent crisp rice each time. They have a rotary dial (rather like a toaster ) to set how crisp you want the rice. I got my first from Amazon ( stateside so use stepdown transformer) cheap and then later an unused one on local Gumtree. Love them. I think they're made in Germany and can be described as persian or tahdig rice cookers.

Since I found out you can get Cancer from burnt toast, this week I don't trust burnt rice now either. I also found out that being alive makes you at a greater risk of Cancer too, you can't win. I bet there's Cancer in water as well, it's bloody everywhere.

https://www.aol.com/article/lifestyle/2017/01/24/burnt-toast-may-be-a-cancer-risk/21661702/
#14
ianshona
sarahjc72
Sauce pan and water does the trick.


You have no idea. Without doubt one of the best things you will ever buy!!


Totally agree. Yes a saucepan will do the same job but his makes making rice effortless and it's perfect every time
2 Likes #15
sarahjc72
Sauce pan and water does the trick.

Agreed. I use measuring cup and put 1 cup of rice to 2 of water in saucepan. Bring to boil and then put lid on and turn heat down to low and simmer about 10mins. No need for anything more complicated.
#16
fishmaster
darklight
Holdol
The best thing you could buy, no more burnt rice, .
haha you can actually get rice cookers that crispen ("burn") the rice, a delicacy in some parts of the world. Expensive but excellent crisp rice each time. They have a rotary dial (rather like a toaster ) to set how crisp you want the rice. I got my first from Amazon ( stateside so use stepdown transformer) cheap and then later an unused one on local Gumtree. Love them. I think they're made in Germany and can be described as persian or tahdig rice cookers.

Since I found out you can get Cancer from burnt toast, this week I don't trust burnt rice now either. I also found out that being alive makes you at a greater risk of Cancer too, you can't win. I bet there's Cancer in water as well, it's bloody everywhere.

https://www.aol.com/article/lifestyle/2017/01/24/burnt-toast-may-be-a-cancer-risk/21661702/


Can not does. If you believe everything you read on the internet you may as well go and live in a cave.

If you smoke drink or eat fatty for, burnt toast is the least of your worries.
1 Like #17
jamgin
sarahjc72
Sauce pan and water does the trick.

Agreed. I use measuring cup and put 1 cup of rice to 2 of water in saucepan. Bring to boil and then put lid on and turn heat down to low and simmer about 10mins. No need for anything more complicated.


It's not complicated at all. One cup of water per cup of rice and push button. Nothing to watch. Nothing to simmer and certainly not complicated.

I assume you don't use a toaster or an electric mower as there are other ways of doing it fine.

Are you using light bulbs yet or are candles still the best and least complicated way of giving you light?
#18
Are these much better than the microwave rice cookers?
#19
jouster
fishmaster
darklight
Holdol
The best thing you could buy, no more burnt rice, .
haha you can actually get rice cookers that crispen ("burn") the rice, a delicacy in some parts of the world. Expensive but excellent crisp rice each time. They have a rotary dial (rather like a toaster ) to set how crisp you want the rice. I got my first from Amazon ( stateside so use stepdown transformer) cheap and then later an unused one on local Gumtree. Love them. I think they're made in Germany and can be described as persian or tahdig rice cookers.

Since I found out you can get Cancer from burnt toast, this week I don't trust burnt rice now either. I also found out that being alive makes you at a greater risk of Cancer too, you can't win. I bet there's Cancer in water as well, it's bloody everywhere.

https://www.aol.com/article/lifestyle/2017/01/24/burnt-toast-may-be-a-cancer-risk/21661702/


Can not does. If you believe everything you read on the internet you may as well go and live in a cave.

If you smoke drink or eat fatty for, burnt toast is the least of your worries.


Whooooosh X)
#20
Ashe
Are these much better than the microwave rice cookers?

I tried a microwave rice cooker a few times but never got it right, either too dry and undercooked or too wet and a starchy mess.
With a proper rice cooker it is very hard to mess up, our family has always had one so it's an essential item like a toaster etc.
1 Like #21
I got a Crockpot version similar to this and it consistantly burnt the rice. I do have a proper proper rice cooker where the lid locks and the rice cooks and turns to warm mode. I have used the crockpot about 3 times before I gave up entirely and now use a saucepan. I get the proper rice cooker out when I cook more rice.
#22
Now 12.99. Just bought one

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