Cookworks Rice Cooker 1.5 Litre £9.89 (Half price was £19.89) @ Argos reserve and collect - HotUKDeals
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Shifted down slightly in price, over 150 very good customer reviews, reserve and collect instore

* White.

* 500 watts.

* 8 cup capacity.

* Toughened glass lid.

* Removable crock pot.

* Auto shut off.

* Dishwasher safe.

* Glass lid.

* Cook and warm function.

* Non stick removable bowl.

* Includes plastic measuring cup and spatula.
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#1
http://www.argos.co.uk/wcsstore/argos/images/4224765A63UC139889X.jpg
#2
Good price. I boil my rice in a pot, but if you want to time-cook your rice and keep it warm until you are ready to eat, it's brilliant.
#3
My mum has one of these, they're great. Ordered one for myself !!

Thanks OP :-)
#4
Even elthough it'll probably end up in a cupbard like the smoothie maker I bought on here a while back, I've ordered one as I cant pass up a bargain! Heat added.
#5
This thing is amazing; I bought one a few years ago and use it all the time and it's still going strong :-) You can make pasta in it too!
#6
Mine's 3 years old and going strong. Haven't tried pasta though... lost recipe book :-(
#7
I was about to reserve it but then I realised that Argos are doing website 'maintenance', good find though!
#8
Rice in a saucepan is a sin. - cmon people, you need to treat rice properly. -
I am Indonesian - so I used to eat rice 3 times a day back home. We used to do it properly - cook it in a wok with water - and then put it on the steamer - and once cooked - put it on a bamboo container, mix the rice for a few minutes while fanning the rice. - ohhhh nothing like a properly cooked rice. - (that was the old ways of doing it). Nowadays we just use this rice cooker.
#9
i've been waiting for this to come down in price since missing last year's sale. good spot OP, reserved mine!
#10
I just used this for the first time yesterday and it was much easier than using a saucepan and easier to clean and tasted great. I also got the three year cover as it was only £1.49:thumbsup: great buy:thumbsup:
#11
voted hot as this should stop me boiling over the rice on the cooker every 5 mins !!!
#12
Ordered thankyou
#13
Great find :)
#14
Glesgabear
Even elthough it'll probably end up in a cupbard like the smoothie maker I bought on here a while back, I've ordered one as I cant pass up a bargain! Heat added.


I've had one of these for about a year now, And beleive me, Once you go rice cooker, Your old pan is a onlooker.
#15
Ordering one now. cheers!!!
#16
These have been this price for a couple of year now, i brought one when i came back from Thailand and it's an absolute steal. perfect rice every time. heat added
#17
Bought one of these last time they were this price, I haven't cooked rice any other way since!
#18
trumpet222;5565480
These have been this price for a couple of year now, i brought one when i came back from Thailand and it's an absolute steal. perfect rice every time. heat added
You brought one back from Thailand?
#19
The only kitchen gadget that makes it out of the cupboard on regular visits.

Every house should have one.

"Keep Warm" added
#20
ordered thanks
#21
This sounds like a good addition to my kitchen, but is it suitable for someone who lives on their own and therefore only cooks a single portion every time?
#22
How do you go about cooking pasta and other mentioned product in this? On a side note can you cook mussels and other seafood in it? as essentially it's a steamer.

Cheers

doggboy
#23
Packagethief
This sounds like a good addition to my kitchen, but is it suitable for someone who lives on their own and therefore only cooks a single portion every time?


Depends on how much rice you eat!

One cup of uncooked rice is about the minimum it will cook properly, that will do two people. Despite the scare stories I've never suffered when keeping any extra rice refrigerated until the next day. Microwave for a couple of mins with a drop of water and you're good to go.
#24
Good price, I've been looking for one of these lately as I hate cooking rice on the hob... consequently I haven't had home-cooked rice in about a year! Hot!
#25
Owned one of these for a few months -- paid a similar price from Argos... it's great. Good deal, heat and rep added.
#26
Got one from Argos this evening.
Heat & rep from me. too
#27
This may sound a dumb question but do you add cold water to the rice or boiling ???
#28
curtlyb
This may sound a dumb question but do you add cold water to the rice or boiling ???


You use cold water, i use 1&1/2 cups of water to 1 cup of rice, works perfect for me.
#29
robin hud
You use cold water, i use 1&1/2 cups of water to 1 cup of rice, works perfect for me.


cheers :thumbsup:
#30
I'm just about to go for the expensive version, the cube rice cooker. Just because it looks awesome. Will get back to this forum on the awesomeness of the cube.
#31
Cube is ok. A freaking enourmous bucket for cooking rice... and it spurts out rice crap all over the place from the steam vent

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