Rice Cooker 1L - £12.99 - LIDL ( Silvercrest) 400W - Includes Steam Cooking Attachment for Fish, Vegetables etc. - 3 Year Warranty - HotUKDeals
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Rice Cooker 1L - £12.99 - LIDL ( Silvercrest) 400W - Includes Steam Cooking Attachment for Fish, Vegetables etc. - 3 Year Warranty

£12.99 @ LIDL
With automatic keep-warm function Includes steam-cooking attachment for fish, vegetables, etc. Cooking insert capacity: max. 1L uncooked rice 400W 3 Year Warranty £12.99 Lidl Available from May … Read More
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1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago
With automatic keep-warm function
Includes steam-cooking attachment for fish, vegetables, etc.
Cooking insert capacity: max. 1L uncooked rice
400W
3 Year Warranty
£12.99 Lidl
Available from May 11th
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1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago
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1 Like #1
Worth the world, great price, heat :)
1 Like #2
It's only for 3cups? But still..thumbs for this and jimmybo for his effort
3 Likes #3
Yet another gadget to collect dust in the cupboard.......


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1 Like #4
Voted hot. But Lidl do not sell online or in large quantitiy like Aldi. They use cheap items like this as bait to their stores. When I reach there , all the bargain stuff like this one has already disappeared and waste of my time. Only the expensive stuff which no one buys or damaged customer returns are still there.
#5
does this have fuzzy logic? (_;)
#6
Does this do boil in the bag rice too ?
1 Like #7
We have one of these and it's very good - definitely does not gather dust at the back of the cupboard. The only downside is that it's quite fiddly to clean.
2 Likes #8
Had one of these a couple of years now and wouldn't cook rice any other way.
#9
dwl99
We have one of these and it's very good - definitely does not gather dust at the back of the cupboard. The only downside is that it's quite fiddly to clean.

Can the internal parts go in the dishwasher?
#10
Xorro
dwl99
We have one of these and it's very good - definitely does not gather dust at the back of the cupboard. The only downside is that it's quite fiddly to clean.
Can the internal parts go in the dishwasher?
Only the bowl which is easy to clean anyway. There's a big silicone seal with a lip inside the lid and a pressure valve on the top, both of which can get a bit encrusted. Have a look at it instore. I would still recommend it though.
#11
Don't use these. You'll get better results just cooking in a lot of water and rinsing, as long as you wash the rice thoroughly first and rinse it after. Also, arsenic. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-38910848
1 Like #12
tomharris79656
Yet another gadget to collect dust in the cupboard.......http://media0.giphy.com/media/vKwAAw1AM2mkw/giphy.gif

No, No he's (or she's) doing it wrong, the chopstick's aren't big enough :) nor are they left handed chopsticks.
1 Like #13
tomharris79656
Yet another gadget to collect dust in the cupboard.......http://media0.giphy.com/media/vKwAAw1AM2mkw/giphy.gif
Why collect dust? you don't eat/like rice?
I have one (not this one) since 6 years ago one and use it 2-3 times a week.
also rice cookers aren't really a gadget and been around for more than 50 years.
essential kitchenware in many countries.

Edited By: Tequila on May 05, 2017 13:12
1 Like #14
Just acquired one of these, blooming fantastic.

A tip for cleaning the lid part - laying the cooker on its side makes it soooooo much easier.
1 Like #15
NikLP
Don't use these. You'll get better results just cooking in a lot of water and rinsing, as long as you wash the rice thoroughly first and rinse it after. Also, arsenic. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-38910848

All of the Asian population know to wash rice before cooking. Otherwise they'd be an endangered species by now!
1 Like #16
ploddy77
NikLP
Don't use these. You'll get better results just cooking in a lot of water and rinsing, as long as you wash the rice thoroughly first and rinse it after. Also, arsenic. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-38910848
All of the Asian population know to wash rice before cooking. Otherwise they'd be an endangered species by now!

Ha ha so true. I've never cooked rice without washing it thoroughly, something I learnt from my mother. In fact had no idea some people cooked it without washing until I came across this post today.
#17
You need to lose the water it was cooked in and rinse it after cooking. The comment about "Asians washing rice" is misguided at best. You wash rice to stop the excess surface starch making it slushy, and the high Arsenic levels are a modern thing as per the article I posted.
#18
Seems offer is no longer available. Lidil website showing error

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