ASDA 1 Litre Rice Cooker for £9.00 @ ASDA
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ASDA 1 Litre Rice Cooker for £9.00 @ ASDA

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Found 12th Jan 2013
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Pretty good for £9

Cooking rice can be a little tricky, especially with larger quantities. Rice cookers simplify the whole process for great results every time.
The ASDA Rice Cooker allows you to cook rice and rice pudding or porridge. The toughened glass lid minimises heat loss and the cook and keep warm function will keep the rice warm without further cooking. There's no fear of burning your hands with the cool-touch handles and you can serve straight from the table thanks to the removable non-stick bowl, making it a simple and easy journey from cooker to plate.
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good price very easy cook perfect rice.
Another thing to store and plug in. Ill stick to the saucepan. Rice is not that hard that they had to invent this..
t3rm3y

Another thing to store and plug in. Ill stick to the saucepan. Rice is … Another thing to store and plug in. Ill stick to the saucepan. Rice is not that hard that they had to invent this..



Trust me, rice cookers are great!!! Rice is so much better, nice and sticky. Also can do loads of other different reicipies. We got a tefal one for a wedding gift and I like you thought, useless!! I was sooo wrong.
Seems a good price, but what's the 1L? How much rice can you actually cook (weight?) in this? I can't tell from the picture/specifications but it doesn't look like I'd be able to cook the 750g-1Kg that I do regularly.
good price but rubbish , gave mine away after a coupla days
lowrieh1

Seems a good price, but what's the 1L? How much rice can you actually … Seems a good price, but what's the 1L? How much rice can you actually cook (weight?) in this? I can't tell from the picture/specifications but it doesn't look like I'd be able to cook the 750g-1Kg that I do regularly.


1 litre means that will include water. So half-a-kg rice and half-a-litre water... may be you can add little more rice, so ya its not enough for a family but ok for one person.
kumcy

1 litre means that will include water. So half-a-kg rice and half-a-litre … 1 litre means that will include water. So half-a-kg rice and half-a-litre water... may be you can add little more rice, so ya its not enough for a family but ok for one person.


You eat a whole bag of rice as part of a meal? oO
Edited by: "edgeone" 12th Jan 2013
Good price. I have a few friends that rave on about their rice cookers. Convenient and consistent results. Heat from me.
Hi have had this rice maker from asda and had it replaced twice after only used it three times would not recommend. I would recommend Argos own make cookworks and it not much difference in price.
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t3rm3y

Another thing to store and plug in. Ill stick to the saucepan. Rice is … Another thing to store and plug in. Ill stick to the saucepan. Rice is not that hard that they had to invent this..

I agree, sauepan anytime.
Put it in a pan with water and salt, bring to the boil, turn the heat down for two or three minutes, put a lid on and let it sit for 10 minutes. Eat. No messing, no washing, no junk to store under the sink.
[quote]Put it in a pan with water and salt, bring to the boil, turn the heat down for two or three minutes, put a lid on and let it sit for 10 minutes. Eat. No messing, no washing, no junk to store under the sink./quote]

No washing. So you don't wash your pans after you've used them then oO
I will stick to my boil in the bag rice that is the best way of all.
I would get but it's more clutter I don't need, will stick to saucepan lol.
A rice cooker will beat a saucepan in cooking rice. The best would be to get a pressure rice cooker.
Microwave rice from Home Bargains, 39p, enough for one. Heat in the pack, no washing up.
lowrieh1

Seems a good price, but what's the 1L? How much rice can you actually … Seems a good price, but what's the 1L? How much rice can you actually cook (weight?) in this? I can't tell from the picture/specifications but it doesn't look like I'd be able to cook the 750g-1Kg that I do regularly.



it's says 6 cup. estimate 1 meal / person is 0.5-1.5 cup. Depend to your stomach capacity
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