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Russell Hobbs 19750 Rice Cooker - £18 @ John Lewis & Partners
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Posted 21st Dec 2019

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Might be an idea to put what it is in the title
Out of stock.
Don't see the point in these.... Use a regular pot to cook rice.

Also not a direct link to the item, only JL website
Edited by: "hotdealsareus123" 21st Dec 2019
hotdealsareus12321/12/2019 21:19

Don't see the point in these.... Use a regular pot to cook rice.Also not a …Don't see the point in these.... Use a regular pot to cook rice.Also not a direct link to the item, only JL website


Best way to make rice and quick is in the microwave.

Secret is in rinsing the rice thoroughly until the water goes clear.
Bung it in a ceramic pot in the microwave with some boiling water , three tabelspoons of brown sugar and some coconut milk
3 Minutes on max power
take out and mix
then bung in for another 6 minutes
Perfect Thai Coconut Rice!
omendata22/12/2019 04:12

Best way to make rice and quick is in the microwave.Secret is in rinsing …Best way to make rice and quick is in the microwave.Secret is in rinsing the rice thoroughly until the water goes clear.Bung it in a ceramic pot in the microwave with some boiling water , three tabelspoons of brown sugar and some coconut milk3 Minutes on max powertake out and mixthen bung in for another 6 minutesPerfect Thai Coconut Rice!


Good to know thanks 😁
People do seem to like these. Basmati and white rices generally cook so quickly and are so little hassle I really don't see the point. Literally bring to the boil with water covering about a finger nails depth over the rice, with a lid. A minute of boiling, drop to the lowest simmer. And walk away. Turn off when little/no visible steam emitting from lid. No hassle at all. With basmati you can pretty much boil, then turn off and leave on the hob for 15/20mins covered

Soaking and rinse is recommended to remove arsenic from the rice.
Edited by: "BucketMan" 22nd Dec 2019
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