Rice Cooker with 2 year warranty now £12 C+C @ Asda George
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Rice Cooker with 2 year warranty now £12 C+C @ Asda George

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Found 27th Jul
Husband keeps moaning about my soggy rice, (I'm not keen on his saggy bottom but that's another story) so have been on the lookout for a rice cooker, saw this & thought it was a decent price, great reviews too.

Was £16 now £12 with Free C+C from store

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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 stainless steel design with contrasting black details and heatproof handle for safe handling will look perfect on any kitchen worktop.

The inner pot can be washed in the dishwasher, but it may cause the surface to dull over time. Alternatively it can be washed in the usual way with hot soapy water. The inner pot is made from aluminum alloy, and the surface of the bowl is coated with non-sticker for the protection against the aluminum metal oxidation and prevent the rice sticking as well.
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Excellent buy - Rice tends to overlook slightly at the bottom if left on warm but for the price these are excele
I've got one of these, they are very good, I got given it as a gift, only time I use a pot now is when I add rice seasoning to give it a bit of flavour.

*edit: no need to measure, just make sure the water covers the rice - you can always add more water.
Edited by: "Bigfootpete" 27th Jul
If they've still got the £16 electric pressure cooker in Argos or on Argos ebay then I recommend that instead. It does much better rice than my rice cooker and I read loads of people saying the same thing after I got it.
seen them recently on clearance in Tesco for £9 as part of their big clearance they been doing lately
Duelling.Duck1 h, 2 m ago

If they've still got the £16 electric pressure cooker in Argos or on Argos …If they've still got the £16 electric pressure cooker in Argos or on Argos ebay then I recommend that instead. It does much better rice than my rice cooker and I read loads of people saying the same thing after I got it.


totally agree, having tried a rice cooker and then an electric pressure cooker i ditched my rice cooker first chance i got as the pressure cooker makes a heck of a lot better job.
Duelling.Duck1 h, 19 m ago

If they've still got the £16 electric pressure cooker in Argos or on Argos …If they've still got the £16 electric pressure cooker in Argos or on Argos ebay then I recommend that instead. It does much better rice than my rice cooker and I read loads of people saying the same thing after I got it.


Do you have a link to the pressure cooker you have? Have been debating getting one.
buddn076 h, 43 m ago

Do you have a link to the pressure cooker you have? Have been debating …Do you have a link to the pressure cooker you have? Have been debating getting one.



hotukdeals.com/dea…635
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Ebay link to Argos's shop version

Loads of the links say 1:1 water with the modern pressure cookers. I find it varies by the rice you have. Basmati is great 1:1, the white rice I have needs 1 rice to 1.25 water and it's really good for fried rice the next day, or spread it on a tray in the freezer and use a few hours later.

I do six minutes once it hits pressure, then turn off and leave it for another 12 minutes. Half way through if you tilt the cooker the condensation on the lid will run down and get absorbed, too.
Edited by: "Duelling.Duck" 27th Jul
Better to use a microwave it never burns the rice - these things always fail after time!

Must try the pressure cooker option sounds interesting

Some nice quality Green Dragon Thai Fragrant Rice but any rice will do!
Pop it in the ceramic breakfast cereal pot half fill - then half fill with boiled water (must use already boiled water for this to work properly), add one or two teaspoons of sugar
Place in microwave at full for 3 mins

Remove and break up and stir the rice
Add half a tin of coconut milk
Pop back in for 6 mins until the rice starts to pop over the lip of the ceramic pot and push itself up
Thats when you know it wont be wet and sloppy - i prefer nice dry and sticky rice

Add some more coconut milk if you fancy , sprinkle of freshly ground black pepper and a squeeze of lemon or fresh lime!
Done in less than 10 mins.
Bung on Thai curry or whatever you fancy - I can highly recommend Iceland Sri Lankan curry - one of the best frozen curries I have tasted , add yer greens and its done!

Who says you cant eat well and cheap!


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Edited by: "omendata" 28th Jul
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