Rice Cooker Deals

Rice Cooker Deals & Offers

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Russell Hobbs 19750 1.8L Rice Cooker - Stainless Steel for £18 @ Asda
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Product description Cooks rice to perfection up to 10 cups at a time and automatically switches off when food is ready. I ncludes a tray for steaming fish and vegetables. Key … Read more
javey93

This is the one that has a manufacturing defect where the heating plate melts.

Patr100

Cue the usual posts of people telling us how they cook rice on the hob....

Nier

I have one of these and it is great

grahambriggs792

Or https://www.google.com/aclk?sa=l&ai=DChcSEwiCq-j_xKrgAhWG53cKHepoBMsYABADGgJlZg&sig=AOD64_1awp6SM9hYBWiPLSfliHlM5lUXOw&ctype=5&q=&ved=0ahUKEwi_reL_xKrgAhUG4aQKHRsyAgIQ9aACCEI&adurl=

Flynn.Jack

Not knocking this but for a few £ more wouldn't this be better value? Wilko pressure electric pressure cooker £25

Sistema Microwave Rice Cooker 2.6 L  Red/Clear @ Amazon Deal Of The Day  £5.99 Prime £10.48 Non Prime
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loving this microwaveable rice steamer, 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… Read more
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Xad

All well and good, but in the description in the first post it clearly says Phthalate & BPA free.

_g_

Yes, definitely don't buy this, then throw it straight in the ocean. Instead, buy it and use it in your microwave, so you're not 'polluting the world with plastic'. Quite likely buying this over a metal or glass/ceramic pan will have a lower environemental impact. Microwaving is generally a really efficient way to cook food too, I believe - a significant amount of energy used is translated into heat in the food over heat in the room etc.

Merlin001

Again, you've not looked at the pic, as it's made in New Zealand.

omendata

Dont you wonder why there are so many diseases , deformities and ocd etc these days Has to come from somewhere! You think these things from China are tested lol more fool you. I gave a good recipe for coconut rice - what did you give except negativity - you must be a real laugh at parties dude! I am just trying to help folks save a bit of cash and their health - if you dont like sensible advice then fine but try and be nice and not nasty and actually add something interesting and useful to the conversation rather than just do the usual sheeple trolling - positive vibes dude!

cocollino

Another thing to consider. Sistema products are made in New Zealand. Think of the diesel needed to get it to your kitchen.

Cookworks 1.5L Rice Cooker - Black £14.99 Argos
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ABOUT THIS PRODUCT Enjoy precisely cooked rice every time with the Cookworks rice cooker. Say goodbye to standing over the hob checking your rice isn’t burning and the water isn’t… Read more
Biko5689

Showing as £22.99 now? :/ bummer. Just about to click and collect

rits2015

Don't understand why it's cold. :/ Price wise stays the same(1l=£10, 1.5l=£15). And good reviews, most of them just recently.

rits2015

Asda one is 1l https://groceries.asda.com/product/cookers-grills-steamers/george-home-rice-cooker/910001362437 this is 1.5l so basicly the same price only different brand. ;)

Bigfootpete

Asda one is only £10

Rice cooker £10 Asda - free c&c
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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 no… Read more
soton26

This could literally be my story. I find cooking it in a pan this way actually makes better rice too.

Jaxs123

Thanks but been posted before

sola35

https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/rice-cooker-10-asda-free-cc-3156873

Midjet76

OK so many moons ago I bought a Cookworks rice cooker from Argos and thougt it was the dogs danglies for cooking rice. Probably cost the same back then. Since the paint, non stick layer, came off it was eventually consigned to the "give to son when he moves out box". I now use a small Scoville neverstick pan and cook 1 portion of rice to 2 of boiling water for 20 minutes on lowest heat with lid on then allow 10 minutes rest without removing lid then fluff up afterwards and get same resulting perfectly cooked rice.... Obviously depends on the type of rice youre cooking but easy cook and basmati cook fine, some of the starchier rice might need lots more rinsing prior to cooking...

maddogb

yeah i really should stop listening to the likes of the FDA, the UK FSA and even the EU FSA which each advise that this is a real problem and take steps to monitor it. not sure why you are against a little salt in the cooking water, it raises the boiling pint giving you a few seconds to react before it flows all over the stove and will be mostly washed away as you rinse the rice so can't see any health risk unless of course you are using one of these and the salt will spoil the taste of your extra arsenic :D

Sistema Microwave Rice Cooker, 2.6 L - Red/Clear at Amazon for £6.65 Prime / £9.14 non-Prime
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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 stay… Read more
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georgetanct

Frozen veg, actually anything that need steaming.

Loubou

What else can you cook in it besides rice please?

donaldduck2

Great product that produces perfect rice everytime.

sam_of_london

I got transparent from Amazon. Not allowed to post link .

georgetanct

Well, microwave uses less energy than gas stove. Furthermore, you just set time and do something else. Stove will have one more hob for cooking.

Rice Cooker for £12 @ George (Free C&C)
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Rice Cooker for £12 @ George (Free C&C)
Spotted this excellent value rice cooker available from George with good reviews. Quidco bonus spend £2.50 for £2.50 cashback before 6pm + 1% Quidco Cashback Create the per… Read more
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Hondo

You weren't dissapointed then..... ;)

Patr100

Ah the obligatory "I can make rice on a hob" comment.

Hondo

Pan... water...Boil add rice...Boom Bang Done..... (y)

rabbitmumu

Usually 1 cup = water level 1 in the container.. but depending on the rice. Its trial and error. The rule with all rice cooker is ...After it is finished, leave it in the "warm" status for another 10 minutes. Open the lid and stir the rice then close the lid for another 5 mins or so. Then you should get good perfect rice. Depending on whether you like your rice soft or hard, you can adjust the water a bit more or less next time.

hafsah.kechiche

It takes 20 mins to cook rice

Cookworks 1.5L Rice Cooker - Black - £14.99 @ Argos (Click & Collect)
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Enjoy precisely cooked rice every time with the Cookworks rice cooker. Say goodbye to standing over the hob checking your rice isn’t burning and the water isn’t boiling over the si… Read more
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Picard123

Just tried out this specific model having bought it yesterday. Works perfectly fine - no burning or sticking or coating fallen off at all. Just make sure when cleaning the inner pan, you don't scrub it or use an abrasive cleaning pad. Just soak in warm water first, then with a small amount of washing up liquid, and clean off the remaining starchy grains with a sponge.

Picard123

Quality is fine. Non stick coating doesnt wear of after one month at all. I've had mine for years.

omendata

Waste of time they all fail eventually. Best idea is microwave and a ceramic tapered bowl = perfect rice unburnt every time. I have got it down to an art now with my Thai curries and coconut rice! No need to spend £15 when you can do it better and tastier with yer microwave! This deal comes up at least once a month - same old questions, same old , same old!

sam_of_london

Very poor quality. Cold .Non stick coating Paint wears off in one month making it difficult to clean.

mutley1

Black is pretty ugly. I got a white one a couple of years ago and works great. They overcook the rice at the bottom slightly but i stir the rice at the bottom up when the button jumps to warm, then continue to leave it cooking on warm for about 5 more minutes before serving. Yum yum

Hyundai 1.8L automatic rice cooker £12.99 in store poundstretcher
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In my local poundstretcher got this 1.8 L rice cooker reduced to 12.99. Upon inspection it’s basically a rebadged Hyundai branded product produced specially for poundstretcher that… Read more
ssc1

Does it come with a cigarette lighter socket.

tcyjohnny

@scott2c can you do us a huge favour in uploading a photo or two showing the bowl and the underside of the lid?

dole

Comes with measuring cup.... For filling up with fuel

scott2c

Haha you lot can’t help yourselves

r401caw

Their lawn mowers are very good

VonShef Microwave Rice Cooker Steamer Pot with Drainer, Paddle + Measuring Cup 2.23L + 2 Year Warranty in Teal £5.99 Delivered @ DOMU UK
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VonShef Microwave Rice Cooker Steamer Pot with Drainer, Paddle + Measuring Cup 2.23L + 2 Year Warranty in Teal £5.99 Delivered @ DOMU UK
£5.99£2070%Domu Deals
Looking around for a Microwave Rice Steamer & came across this one for £5.99 (was £12.99) at the Domu UK and also Domu Amazon and Domu Ebay, has great reviews across the net &a… Read more
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misterleoni

Kids parties, that sort of thing. ‘What did you bring, Geoff?’ ‘Oh just some boiled brown rice and a tub (BPA free) of pomegranate seeds. You know, cancer and that’.

DealJourno

Who goes to buffets to eat cheap food these days?

misterleoni

What a load of cobblers. You must be a right laugh at buffets.

DealJourno

Disagree on the oil. Most of the serious health (mostly cancer related) issues with rice are linked to oil and low quality white rice. I only use brown rice and never add oil.

misterleoni

Few things that are also worth trying (I cook rice dishes at least three times a week) - steep the rice for at least 30 minutes in cold water before rinsing - or all afternoon if you want. Also toasting the rice in oil in the cooking pan with onions and spices before adding a stock makes for next-level rice. For a basic spicy rice (for a cup, or 250ml of basmati rice) One small onion 470ml hot stock (1-2 chicken stock cubes depending on how salty you like your rice) 1 heaped teaspoon paprika Half a teaspoon cumin Pinch of cinnamon powder or a stick of cinnamon or cassia bark Pinch of clove powder or two cloves Teaspoon dried marjoram Half a teaspoon dried oregano 1/2 tsp spicy paprika or deggi mirch 1/4 tsp cayenne pepper 1/4 tsp coarse ground black pepper Half a teaspoon Mexican spice mix (if available, I make my own but it isn't necessary) Heaped teaspoon coriander paste or a big sprinkle of finely chopped fresh coriander Teaspoon garlic granules Fry onions slowly until they start to go dark and caramelise. Add the drained rice and fry on high quickly and briskly (to quickly evaporate the excess water). Once the rice has started to turn slightly golden and translucent you can add the prepared hot stock, stir quickly and place a completely sealed lid on the rice. Cook on lowest for 15minutes, remove cloves/cinnamon, stir rest with the lid on for another 15 minutes or so until serving. This could work in some capacity in the microwave. You could buy pre made crispy onions, although they contain wheat so they will make the rice a bit more sticky.

Trophy Extra Fine Long Grain Basmati Rice 10 Kilogram was £15.50 now £7.75, Works 77.5p per kilogram @ Tesco
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Trophy Extra Fine Long Grain Basmati Rice 10 Kilogram was £15.50 now £7.75, Works 77.5p per kilogram @ Tesco
£7.75£1857%Tesco Deals
Trophy Extra Fine Long Grain Basmati Rice 10 Kilogram was £15.50 now £7.75. Expiry November 2021 Works 77.5 pence per kilogram. Spotted at Tesco Rutherglen.
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steveblackman

£7.75 ÷ 10 = £0.77p quick math. Mans not hot.

Sawb

Strangest comment yet, congrats.

sam_of_london

Rice protein is quite expensive. I try to substitute rice with quinoa where possible or eat wild rice , black , red and brown varieties of rice which are much more nutritious.

pinacolada123

Why don’t you eat food that has protein and fibre instead and leave the rice alone. I love my white rice. Never had any rats or mice problem and always have a few sacks of rice at home

sam_of_london

Lots of fragrant rice like Basmati or Thai rice is invitation for rats and mice. Wish i could get the protein and fibre out of this and throw away the carbohydrates. White rice is full of carbohydrates. medicalnewstoday.com/articles/319797.php

Cookworks 1.5L Rice Cooker - Black - £14.99 @ Argos
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Cookworks 1.5L Rice Cooker - Black - £14.99 @ Argos
£14.99£22.9935%Argos Deals
Enjoy precisely cooked rice every time with the Cookworks rice cooker. Say goodbye to standing over the hob checking your rice isn’t burning and the water isn’t boiling over the si… Read more
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Picard123

The ones in the developed world do. If you lived in a remote mountain village where there was no electricity, then of course, you wouldn't be using an electric rice cooker, but there are very few places like that nowadays. In Pakistan, alot of places are more remote and without electricity so they've developed a practice of cooking with an iron pot.

Picard123

You also don't seem to appreciate that with Pakistani cooking, they throw in lots of spices, curry powders and oil in the pot for the rice to absorb. Chinese/Japanese don't cook that way - they use an electric rice cooker to cook plain white rice only. If you put all those Pakistani spices, oils, curry powders, tomatoes etc into an electric rice cooker, you would destroy it in no time, stain and damage the coating etc. That's why the Pakistinis tend to stick to the iron pots.

RainbowKiss

Not ALL Chinese use rice cookers. What did I just say in my last post? I know so many Chinese that don't use rice cookers. No bog off idiot!

Picard123

That's like setting some logs on fire and putting a pan top of because you don't want to use a gas/electric cooker.... They don't use a pan and water for the simple reason that an electric rice cooker is alot faster and more convenient. It's 2018, not 1918!

RainbowKiss

Chinese could still use a pan and water.... I know so many that do. So stop your insinuations!

Tesco Rice Cooker £5 instore
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Tesco Rice Cooker £5 instore
2 left in Tesco Royston. For more info on rice cooker click link.
goldust

Mine is called my wife

fish323

I don't know how anyone lives without a rice cooker. We use our one every day.

jaydrs

Mine is called Ben. Uncle Ben.

dewonderful

I have a rice cooker. It's called a pot.

LoveABargainAlways

Im sure everybody uses dust collector's atleast once before storing it away, never to be used again (:I

Badshah Extra Fine Long Grain Basmati Rice 10 Kilogram was £15 then £9 now £4.50 (45p per kilo) at Asda
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Badshah Extra Fine Long Grain Basmati Rice 10 Kilogram was £15 then £9 now £4.50 (45p per kilo) at Asda
£4.50£1570%Asda Deals
Badshah Extra Fine Long Grain Basmati Rice 10 Kilogram was £15 then £9 now £4.50. Expiry December 2020 Works 45p per kilogram. Spotted at Asda Toryglen
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zararh

The longer you leave them the better it is my parents leave the bags for years and years

BadCredit

What's the shelf life on this kind of rice. Planning to stockpile, a little at a time.

HYPPIA

HOT HOT HOT ! Now if only I knew where Toryglen is ? and also if only I had learnt to drive.

Zkurd

we need to complain to ASDA.. i bought salam "basmati" rice 5kg 3 bags,, 2 of them were fake sticky rice or it was the one from aldi 40p kg......they need to sort this out,,,this is scam

Zkurd

anyone bought LIDL 10Kg basmati rice for £9.99? if yes how taste is?

Kohinoor Extra Fine Long Grain Basmati Rice 10 Kilogram was £15 then £13.80 now £4.60 (46p per kilo) at Asda
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Kohinoor Extra Fine Long Grain Basmati Rice 10 Kilogram was £15 then £13.80 now £4.60 (46p per kilo) at Asda
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Kohinoor Extra Fine Long Grain Basmati Rice 10 Kilogram was £15 then £13.80 now £4.60 Works 46p per kilogram which is amazing price for this brand. Expiry January 2021 Spotte… Read more
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T2G

I believe Kohinoor have changed the packaging and therefore this is being sold at a discounted price. New package now has a ziplock ! Progress

GrabTheDeal

Lol anything people can get & you can’t is Fake? :D

Zkurd

anyone bought LIDL 10Kg basmati rice for £9.99? if yes how taste is?

silvyahmed.shoma

Do you think I will be able to buy that online?

niceroundpound

@silvyahmed.shoma this was found in Toryglen Asda, it might just not be reduced in a store near you.

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
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 … Read more
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omendata

Better to use a microwave it never burns the rice - these things always fail after time!Must try the pressure cooker option sounds interestingSome 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 sugarPlace in microwave at full for 3 minsRemove and break up and stir the riceAdd half a tin of coconut milkPop back in for 6 mins until the rice starts to pop over the lip of the ceramic pot and push itself upThats when you know it wont be wet and sloppy - i prefer nice dry and sticky riceAdd 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!

Duelling.Duck

https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/cookworks-pressure-cooker-reduced-from-2499-to-1599-argos-free-cc-2969635 or 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.

buddn07

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

blootoon763

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.

wiggywig

seen them recently on clearance in Tesco for £9 as part of their big clearance they been doing lately

Kohinoor Extra Long Super Basmati Rice 10 Kilogram Pack was £17 now £8.50 (85p Per Kilogram) at Tesco
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Kohinoor Extra Long Super Basmati Rice 10 Kilogram Pack was £17 now £8.50 (85p Per Kilogram) at Tesco
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Kohinoor Extra Long Super Basmati Rice 10 Kilogram Pack was £17 now £8.50 (85p Per Kilogram) at Tesco Shettleston
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rizzy00

You should come to my house 40kg stacked away and will be gone within a couple of months

homebanjo

Great find. I buy 10k bags and am an Irish single male. You can make your own jokes about paddy fields.

DogDycDude

Maybe with some curry

Al18

How about you contact the manufacturer and inform them of your research findings? They could be losing out on millions. Instead of complaining about it on a deal website

hawa012

I think you are right, Tesco never sells this Extra fine in 10kg bag. Only 5kg bags in their stores.

Rice Cooker £12.99 @ Clas Ohlson ( free c&c or £4.95 delivery)
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Rice Cooker £12.99 @ Clas Ohlson ( free c&c or £4.95 delivery)
Rice Cooker at Class Ohlson for 12.99+free click and collect.
Jellybeans

I doubt there is one. 1.5litres

davening

Stainless steel externals, inner pot aluminium non stick, 2 year warranty. There is no mention of steamer basket.

Breville ITP181 1.8L Rice Cooker and Steamer - St/Steelb £24.99 @ Argos
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Breville ITP181 1.8L Rice Cooker and Steamer - St/Steelb £24.99 @ Argos
Less than half price was £51.99 The Breville ITP181 1.8L/8 cup rice cooker and steamer has a keep warm setting with a removable bowl that can be taken straight to th… Read more
davening

Had been looking at it for a few days. Its not stainless steel inner pot as was informed by someone. Its a 1.8litre with no inner pot spare part via a search (didnt call) Quite similar to a Russell Hobbs. Last on HotUKDeal at 20? quid a while back.

Silvercrest rice cooker £12.99 @ Lidl
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Silvercrest rice cooker with attachments and recipe book. 1 litre. 12.99 in Lidl national price
prudenza

Bookmarking this for my final try to stop burning my rice!

davening

Confirmed via a question to a Amazon purchaser of the same unit, that inner pot is definitely aluminium with non stick. Glad I did not act on the recommendation of the person who suggested the Breville.

davening

RamsJord: If your wanting a large rice cooker with a stainless steel bowl and easy to clean. Mum has a Breville one. Was £30 for expensive but she's had it nearing on 10 years now. I recommend it highly. Available in Argos Thank you v much. Was sceptical at first but its brushed stainless steel inner pot in Q&A. Googling got me this long time ago £20 hotukdeals.com/deals/breville-18l-rice-cooker-was-3999-now-1999-at-argos-1997751 And directly at Argos £24 argos.co.uk/product/4226309 The option I thought was to buy the Brevilles stainless steel inner pot and put it in my Russell Hobbs. Now to check prices and sizing. [All I see for this model on eBay, is definitely an aluminium inner pot. I am not so convinced]

bikerboytone

I used to think the same...then I got a rice cooker about ten years ago...what's Had perfect rice, every single time. Honestly, they are great. Wouldn't be without mine.

RamsJord

If your wanting a large rice cooker with a stainless steel bowl and easy to clean. Mum has a Breville one. Was £30 for expensive but she's had it nearing on 10 years now. I recommend it highly. Available in Argos

Breville ITP181 1.8L Rice Cooker And Steamer - St/Steel @ Argos - £24.99
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The Breville ITP181 1.8L/8 cup rice cooker and steamer has a keep warm setting with a removable bowl that can be taken straight to the table. Includes a handy steamer tray to lock … Read more
sj_mith

I do. One day without rice and I feel something missing from my life.. (lol) (lol)

Seanspeed

Yep, needs more water than it says specifically. Cooks quick and is amazingly easy to clean up.

HoneyJamToast

Good deal for a decent rice cooker. Had mine for nearly 2 years now and has been consistently great. At first it burned rice but once you ignore the recommended water quantities and figure it out for yourself it's fine. Heat added OP!

deleted1362056

Someone loves Rice.

misterleoni

It's basically the same as doing it in a covered pan. Measure out your rice, measure out your water and it warms it up and cook with the absorption method. I've never really seen a benefit to this as I usually steep, cook and quick-cool rice then microwave it as required. I also usually saute my rice before adding the water so I'd just end up transferring the rice from the pan I could have used anyway into a rice cooker - and creating more mess. You can use them to keep rice warm for hours and you can cook other things in them, but equally you could just cook rice in your slow cooker.

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