Rice Cooker now £10 @ Asda / George (Free Click & Collect)
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Rice Cooker now £10 @ Asda / George (Free Click & Collect)

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Posted 9th Nov
Decent rice cooker here from Asda - also same price at Asda/George in different colour

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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.

Specs
Warranty: 2 Years
Capacity: 1 Litre

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deleted2172605
I voted hot, but i'm going to share the best rice cooking secret I learned in a Chinese cookery class. You don't need one.
This is how you cook perfect rice with just a pan and a lid.

1) Wash the rice, if you can let it soak for 15 mins great, but if not wash it, use a sieve and rinse it under the tap.
2) Add the rice to a saucepan.
3) Add 2 x the weight of the rice in grams in ml of water .. e.g. 100g of rice needs 200ml of water. 200g rice needs 400ml water.
4) Bring to the boil
5) As soon as it boils, reduce the heat to the absolute minimum heat your hob does and put the lid on.
6) Do NOT stir the rice, or remove the lid.
7) Cook for 15 mins

Enjoy perfect rice.

I still think this is a good deal though
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Does it measure it out so you don’t make enough to feed several small villages ?
My wife has used hers for 10 years same design but our one was from Argos.
It is not free to collect. You have to add 3 quid on as a minimum basket charge
copystuff09/11/2019 21:12

My wife has used hers for 10 years same design but our one was from Argos.


Love how you state “my wife’s” and “hers” is it not a sharing rice cooker, made me chuckle

Can sticky rice be made in this ?
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deleted2172605
I voted hot, but i'm going to share the best rice cooking secret I learned in a Chinese cookery class. You don't need one.
This is how you cook perfect rice with just a pan and a lid.

1) Wash the rice, if you can let it soak for 15 mins great, but if not wash it, use a sieve and rinse it under the tap.
2) Add the rice to a saucepan.
3) Add 2 x the weight of the rice in grams in ml of water .. e.g. 100g of rice needs 200ml of water. 200g rice needs 400ml water.
4) Bring to the boil
5) As soon as it boils, reduce the heat to the absolute minimum heat your hob does and put the lid on.
6) Do NOT stir the rice, or remove the lid.
7) Cook for 15 mins

Enjoy perfect rice.

I still think this is a good deal though
Robo09/11/2019 22:06

Love how you state “my wife’s” and “hers” is it not a sharing rice cooker, …Love how you state “my wife’s” and “hers” is it not a sharing rice cooker, made me chuckle Can sticky rice be made in this ?


I am affriad the kitchen belongs to the wife which i dont mind and the rest of the house belongs to me. and she owns that funny thing that she pushes around the carpet god knows what thats for

Sticky Rice not many people talk about sticky rice but its what we eat in the philippines when we visit.
Edited by: "copystuff" 10th Nov
deleted217260509/11/2019 23:19

I voted hot, but i'm going to share the best rice cooking secret I learned …I voted hot, but i'm going to share the best rice cooking secret I learned in a Chinese cookery class. You don't need one. This is how you cook perfect rice with just a pan and a lid. 1) Wash the rice, if you can let it soak for 15 mins great, but if not wash it, use a sieve and rinse it under the tap. 2) Add the rice to a saucepan. 3) Add 2 x the weight of the rice in grams in ml of water .. e.g. 100g of rice needs 200ml of water. 200g rice needs 400ml water. 4) Bring to the boil5) As soon as it boils, reduce the heat to the absolute minimum heat your hob does and put the lid on. 6) Do NOT stir the rice, or remove the lid. 7) Cook for 15 minsEnjoy perfect rice. I still think this is a good deal though



Even if you use the rice cooker people should always wash the rice to get rid of the starch.
Robo09/11/2019 22:06

Love how you state “my wife’s” and “hers” is it not a sharing rice cooker, …Love how you state “my wife’s” and “hers” is it not a sharing rice cooker, made me chuckle Can sticky rice be made in this ?


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£3 pick up charge, what the hell for.......spend 25 quid for free click and collect. Almost bough
deleted217260509/11/2019 23:19

I voted hot, but i'm going to share the best rice cooking secret I learned …I voted hot, but i'm going to share the best rice cooking secret I learned in a Chinese cookery class. You don't need one. This is how you cook perfect rice with just a pan and a lid. 1) Wash the rice, if you can let it soak for 15 mins great, but if not wash it, use a sieve and rinse it under the tap. 2) Add the rice to a saucepan. 3) Add 2 x the weight of the rice in grams in ml of water .. e.g. 100g of rice needs 200ml of water. 200g rice needs 400ml water. 4) Bring to the boil5) As soon as it boils, reduce the heat to the absolute minimum heat your hob does and put the lid on. 6) Do NOT stir the rice, or remove the lid. 7) Cook for 15 minsEnjoy perfect rice. I still think this is a good deal though


That’s how I cook my rice, works every time.
deleted217260509/11/2019 23:19

I voted hot, but i'm going to share the best rice cooking secret I learned …I voted hot, but i'm going to share the best rice cooking secret I learned in a Chinese cookery class. You don't need one. This is how you cook perfect rice with just a pan and a lid. 1) Wash the rice, if you can let it soak for 15 mins great, but if not wash it, use a sieve and rinse it under the tap. 2) Add the rice to a saucepan. 3) Add 2 x the weight of the rice in grams in ml of water .. e.g. 100g of rice needs 200ml of water. 200g rice needs 400ml water. 4) Bring to the boil5) As soon as it boils, reduce the heat to the absolute minimum heat your hob does and put the lid on. 6) Do NOT stir the rice, or remove the lid. 7) Cook for 15 minsEnjoy perfect rice. I still think this is a good deal though


Washed rice in colander, it all washed through the holes into and down the sink. Phoned local Chinese, takeaway delivered, perfect rice.
deleted217260509/11/2019 23:19

I voted hot, but i'm going to share the best rice cooking secret I learned …I voted hot, but i'm going to share the best rice cooking secret I learned in a Chinese cookery class. You don't need one. This is how you cook perfect rice with just a pan and a lid. 1) Wash the rice, if you can let it soak for 15 mins great, but if not wash it, use a sieve and rinse it under the tap. 2) Add the rice to a saucepan. 3) Add 2 x the weight of the rice in grams in ml of water .. e.g. 100g of rice needs 200ml of water. 200g rice needs 400ml water. 4) Bring to the boil5) As soon as it boils, reduce the heat to the absolute minimum heat your hob does and put the lid on. 6) Do NOT stir the rice, or remove the lid. 7) Cook for 15 minsEnjoy perfect rice. I still think this is a good deal though


For extra fluffiness, leave the lid on for 5 mins after switching off heat and let it steam. Then serve.
I also add some salt and a splash of sesame oil to the water for added flavour. Washing it is key, didn't do that for years and always had stodgy rice. Washing it before you cook it makes All the difference!
I’ve just ordered with free ‘click and collect’. Instead of clicking on ‘Get Deal’ go to Asda, George website and make purchase; at checkout it automati shows as free C&C.
Picked one up today from Ashton Under Lyne store.
Don't bother unless you have at least a small gathering to feed. We have a similar one from Wilko and it's pointless for 2 of us.
Robo09/11/2019 22:06

Love how you state “my wife’s” and “hers” is it not a sharing rice cooker, …Love how you state “my wife’s” and “hers” is it not a sharing rice cooker, made me chuckle Can sticky rice be made in this ?


Sticky rice, yes. But that seems to depend on the rice itself right? My wife is Indonesian, she's tried most brands now and only the cheap 45p a kilo rice is good for her. That Indian stuff is crap to her, and that USA rice. Because it makes for individual grains; might be nice down the Taj Mahal with a spoon but not for real Asians lol
shawnlee11/11/2019 00:01

Sticky rice, yes. But that seems to depend on the rice itself right? My …Sticky rice, yes. But that seems to depend on the rice itself right? My wife is Indonesian, she's tried most brands now and only the cheap 45p a kilo rice is good for her. That Indian stuff is crap to her, and that USA rice. Because it makes for individual grains; might be nice down the Taj Mahal with a spoon but not for real Asians lol


Real asians?
Okay, substitute real for 'actual', or ignore it. Try eating Tilda rice and the meal with your hands, it don't work.
shawnlee11/11/2019 00:01

Sticky rice, yes. But that seems to depend on the rice itself right? My …Sticky rice, yes. But that seems to depend on the rice itself right? My wife is Indonesian, she's tried most brands now and only the cheap 45p a kilo rice is good for her. That Indian stuff is crap to her, and that USA rice. Because it makes for individual grains; might be nice down the Taj Mahal with a spoon but not for real Asians lol


GLUTINOUS RICE is what you need
shawnlee11/11/2019 00:54

Okay, substitute real for 'actual', or ignore it. Try eating Tilda rice …Okay, substitute real for 'actual', or ignore it. Try eating Tilda rice and the meal with your hands, it don't work.


Maybe the term you are looking for, is Oriental

I wouldn't call Indian's 'fake' Asians
DoGMaN_X11/11/2019 17:06

Maybe the term you are looking for, is Oriental I wouldn't call …Maybe the term you are looking for, is Oriental I wouldn't call Indian's 'fake' Asians


I meant, me. When I'm down the curry house being cultural.
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