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George Home Rice Cooker - £12 free collection @ Asda

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£12.00 WAS £18.00


Create the perfect rice dish using this hassle-free and stylish rice cooker. With two settings, cook or warm, the compact rice cooker couldn't be simpler to use and comes with a non-stick rice spoon for serving up beautifully uniformed portions. Before use you usually add between 1 to 1.5 cups per every cup of rice (using measuring cup supplied)

The grey design with contrasting black details and heatproof handles for safe handling will look perfect on any kitchen worktop.

The inner pot is dishwasher safe, or alternatively it can be washed in the usual way with hot soapy water. The inner pot is made of lightweight aluminium and features a non-stick surface to prevent rice from sticking.
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    Are the more expensive rice cookers worth it
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    No just do the exact same thing. Personally I think the multi-cookers are better though as you can do more things. If you just want to cook rice just go for this
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    For free click & collect, search asda rice cooker and click on the George site, not asda.
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    Always thought about getting one of these.

    I use Aldi boil in the bag rice, 10 mins on the hob and two bags are ready, 5 portions done.

    Would this improve my life
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    Yes. I’m Chinese and bagged rice sounds offensive…
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    Have had this one for years. Love it, great price
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    I love their equivalent slow cooker but I'm perfectly happy making jasmine rice in the microwave. The only negative is the little overflow of water during the process that is easy enough to clean. So try it folks, our kitchens have so many gadgets already.
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    Just curious, how do you cook it in the microwave? Is it using one of those Tupperware rice cookers?
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    perfect price and good quality using many years and best way to cook rice, not this stupid idea to cook rice in plastic container with microwave🤦🤦🤦
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    Any owners could share how much grams of rice You can cook at once? I can see everywhere 1. 5cup.but no measurements how big is the cup.. Thank you!
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    It has a measure in the box normally one cup (measure) is two servings all depends on how much you eat 
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    Mine is showing 50p for collection is that correct?
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    Same here. I thought ASDA was free click and collect
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    is anyone else getting 50p collection slot and £3 for minimum order charge?
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    from £3.50 collection so going to see if any in my local asda
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    Some of the deals go onto the grocery side...as this has with the fees.
    Very annoying it happened with my lynx deal at Christmas nothing tells you until you get the pick up notice... Not the charge is the problem I can't rule my life with a collection time slot from mine to the store can take anything from 15 mins to almost 2 hours.
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    Any owners could share how much grams of rice You can cook at once? I can see everywhere 1. 5cup.but no measurements how big is the cup.. Thank you!
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    You get a small measuring cup with the cooker. I think one cup is roughly around 100g of rice from what I remember. But you can cook more than 1.5 cups of rice - just read one review that they have cooked 5 cups before, and other reviews says it makes generous portions for 4 people.
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    How big is this? 1.5L?
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    Rice cooker > a pan, (or microwave) i will never understand.
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    What's wrong with using a pot?
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    Steamed rice is best, pan of boiling water under a metal sieve.
    Perfect fluffy rice every time.
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    those plastic sachets of rice  2 mins in the Micro Wavy jobs a good un no washing up boom. 
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    If rice isn't your staple i.e. you don't eat it at least a few times a week every week, then you will not appreciate what it means to have a rice cooker neither will you necessarily need one. If you have something like an InstantPot, it'll do the job too. (edited)
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    We have and Instantpot but the rice not as good as I had hoped. Quite clumpy and sticks to pot. I have reverted to saucepan and letting it steam under a cloth for a few minutes before serving.
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