Sistema Microwave Rice Cooker, 2.6 L - Red/Clear £7.49 (Prime) / £11.98 (non Prime) at Amazon
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Sistema Microwave Rice Cooker, 2.6 L - Red/Clear £7.49 (Prime) / £11.98 (non Prime) at Amazon

£7.49£9.5922%Amazon Deals
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Found 28th Feb
  • Capacity: 2.6 L, dimensions: 21.6 x 19.5 x 16.1 cm (L x W x H)
  • Featuring easy lift tabs and distinctive Sistema KLIP IT easy locking clips
  • Pressure chamber tray ensures rice stays moist
  • Dishwasher (top rack), microwave, fridge and freezer safe
  • Designed and made in New Zealand. Phthalate and BPA free
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The easy eggs is also on offer as an add-on item.
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I have this..simpky does not work.. always comes out gross and sticky. I have followed their guide and even YouTube videos.
I have this, I think it’s brilliant! Rinse the rice then put 1 x rice to approx 1.5 water. If you do the usual 2.1 ratio it does come out sticky as some of the water you’ve rinsed the rice with remains.
Great deal! I have one of these & it cooks the rice to perfection. No more sticky saucepans to clean either. Thanks for sharing,
You can get a electric rice cooker for £10 or just under
CuriosityCat33 m ago

I have this, I think it’s brilliant! Rinse the rice then put 1 x rice to a …I have this, I think it’s brilliant! Rinse the rice then put 1 x rice to approx 1.5 water. If you do the usual 2.1 ratio it does come out sticky as some of the water you’ve rinsed the rice with remains.



agree totally with this, we have a different one and like anything you need to make sure you use the right quantities and its trial and error even different rice types might need adjusting. Brown rice takes longer and needs a little extra water, takes about 15 mins for white rice and 23 for brown.
looking at rice cookers are they worth paying for a good one ? dont have microwave in house as got steam oven
wozie6917 m ago

looking at rice cookers are they worth paying for a good one ? dont have …looking at rice cookers are they worth paying for a good one ? dont have microwave in house as got steam oven


They all do the same thing, so if you just want it for rice then get the cheapest you can. Better to get a cheap electric steamer to give more options.
wozie691 h, 24 m ago

looking at rice cookers are they worth paying for a good one ? dont have …looking at rice cookers are they worth paying for a good one ? dont have microwave in house as got steam oven


Asda do a electric one for £10 sometimes it goes cheaper in the sale i got one for £6 a while back and it does the trick worth it at them prices
How long does it take to cook rice in this? Considered getting it for doing rice at work but I don't want to be that one who hogs the microwave for 15 minutes
These are fab. My rice used to be a builders alternative to concrete! Now, just 15 minutes and perfection.
I am on my second one (first one melted) and they work OK, better than a stand alone rice cooker but not as good as my multicooker/pressure cooker, but i tend to grab the systema when i just want some rice cooked in advance for fried rice because you can then cool it down very quickly but for making fresh rice to eat right away then it is second best. Price of this has been better, I paid £5.19 back in dec/2017 from amazon
I’ve never thought about one of these before as I find cooking rice very easy but it’d be interesting to know how much energy this uses in comparison to a gas cooker. Mmmmm
Edited by: "greencode" 2nd Mar
I own an old microwave rice cooker from a different make. I cook pasta in it too. Really easy to cook and to drain.
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