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Russell Hobbs 19750 1.8L Rice Cooker - Stainless Steel for £17 reduced from £24.96 + free C&C @ ASDA
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Cooks rice to perfection up to 10 cups at a time and automatically switches off when food is ready. Includes a tray for steaming fish and vegetables. Key features: 1.8L capa… Read more
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Edited by: "sundarrajan" 26th Jan
Outside is good , what about inside pan coating ? I find most rice cookers have very nice outside surface and totally rubbish inside surface .
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 26th Jan
George Home Rice Cooker was £12 now £9 (Free C+C) @ Asda
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Found 15th JanFound 15th Jan
Last posted a month ago, but still £9 and in stock. Create the perfect rice dish using this hassle-free and stylish rice cooker. With two settings, cook or warm, the compact ri… Read more
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mocmocamoc7 h, 2 m ago

Stupid question, but will this make me rice that tastes like it comes from …Stupid question, but will this make me rice that tastes like it comes from the Chinese takeaway? I love their rice and can never replicate it at home boiling it in a pan


Unlikely no.....
Stupid question, but will this make me rice that tastes like it comes from the Chinese takeaway? I love their rice and can never replicate it at home boiling it in a pan
As opposed to cooking yourself for 10 mins ...
This is quite good if what you're after is cooking rice
VonShef Microwave Rice Cooker Steamer Pot with Drainer, Paddle + Measuring Cup 2.23L + 2 Yr Warranty in Teal was £12.99 now £5.99 Del @ Ebay / DOMU UK
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Found 9th JanFound 9th Jan
Looking around for a Microwave Rice Steamer & came across this one for £5.99 (was £12.99) at the Domu UK Ebay Outlet, has great reviews across the net & comes complete with… Read more
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loha1 h, 0 m ago

I have the Kitchencraft one. Works well but does tend to overspill if …I have the Kitchencraft one. Works well but does tend to overspill if recommended water used. Does this one or the Sistema do the same please?


Well, this one is OOS.

I regularly overfill the Sistema one using 200g/550ml and that tends to bring it close to the cover. It has never gone above the internal cover.
The lazy live shorter....worth ??
I have the Kitchencraft one. Works well but does tend to overspill if recommended water used. Does this one or the Sistema do the same please?
This does have a measuring cup, though...
sheepdognwolf22 m ago

what the difference (apart from price) between this and the sistema one …what the difference (apart from price) between this and the sistema one - thanks


Doesn't seem much. I use the Sistema and the rice is much better than boiled (even my wife eats it when done this way!).

Maybe it's my microwave, but mine usually takes about 15 mins to cook (it's a flat bed which may give wider distribution of power- 1000W).
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George Home Rice Cooker Was £12 Now £9 Free C&C @ Asda George
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Found 15th Dec 2017Found 15th Dec 2017
George home rice cooker Been posted last month but went back upto £12.. Now back down to £9 incase anyone missed it! Free C&C
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Savaholic23 m ago

We've been after a cheap Rice cooker since borrowing one a while back and …We've been after a cheap Rice cooker since borrowing one a while back and delighting in the ease of use and lack of mess. We often manage to boil the pain over before turning the gas down! Easy to get distracted from keeping an eye on the pan.. From what I've experienced (pan or rice cooker) different types or even brands of rice might require adjustment of the water used. Last time FInger Xxed this down the job and the TCB £2.50 promo works!Thx OP!


Thats great to hear! Glad its been useful to some yw
We've been after a cheap Rice cooker since borrowing one a while back and delighting in the ease of use and lack of mess. We often manage to boil the pain over before turning the gas down! Easy to get distracted from keeping an eye on the pan..

From what I've experienced (pan or rice cooker) different types or even brands of rice might require adjustment of the water used. Last time

FInger Xxed this does the job and the TCB £2.50 promo works!
Thx OP!
Edited by: "Savaholic" 12th Jan
If its a brick, video it, take it back...
Its not a rice cooker,
its a brick-maker.
Hope you find your receipt.
Well I'm going to have another go. Just wondering if there is an issue with the element on mine. Tried 1R/1W, 1R/1.5W, 1R/2W, 1R/2.5W. Washed rice before, turned on and waited for the autocook to turn off without lifting lid. Each time ive taken it out after 10mins warmed. Manual says you can leave it on warm for extended periods of time! I'd end up with a brick after 15mins. Will try earlier suggestion of stirring earlier so removing lid after auto cook. I really think mine must be faulty though. Thanks for the tips anyway.
lenmar4 h, 1 m ago

I've never had a batch not burn yet. tried multiple rice water combos. …I've never had a batch not burn yet. tried multiple rice water combos. manual says once it auto shuts off to warm leave for ten mins. mine seems to just burn the bottom of the rice. maybe mines just a dodgy unit?


I have this unit.
Have not had experience of this rice cooker burn my rice so far.
I used long grain rice, thai jasmine rice, basmati rice.
I wash rice several times, till water is no longer cloudy ie starch makes it cloudy.
I dont use cup to measure water but water is above rice up to first joint of finger touching top of rice.
Put on cover.
Leave till done.
Avoid opening cover to check if done as it lets off the steam.
If that happens, rice is liable to burn...
I also have a Russell Hobs rice cooker and that burns consistently. Havent found receipt yet.
George Home Rice Cooker, was £16 now £9 @ George Asda
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Found 11th Nov 2017Found 11th Nov 2017
Back in stock for £9 - went pretty quick last time! Create the perfect rice dish using this hassle-free and stylish rice cooker. With two settings, cook or warm, the compact rice… Read more
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Now £12.00
Bare in mind it's small!
Can pilau be finished in here after initial cooking on stove
Out of stock.
robo9892 h, 34 m ago

How is this compared to a microwave rice cooker...that takes much less …How is this compared to a microwave rice cooker...that takes much less space, costs less and can be plonked in dishwasher?Genuine question thanks:)


I've never had a microwave rice cooker but I bought myself an electric one a few months ago I wish I hadn't waited over 60 years to get perfectly cooked rice with the flick of a switch. You can definitely teach an old dog new tricks.
George Home Rice Cooker, was £16 - now £9 @ George Asda
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Found 22nd Oct 2017Found 22nd Oct 2017
30/10 back in stock again Hey all - Decent rice cooker with good reviews (4/5 stars from 60+ reviews) - Free C&C Create the perfect rice dish using this hassle-free and styli… Read more
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Fine for me. Thanks
Lets you put it in yr basket but when you try to pay it says nil stock.
In stock, just ordered one for home delivery. Thanks OP
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Perfect Cooker One Touch Portable Multi-Cooker Red OR Black - £16.99 w/code @ Robert Dyas
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Link goes to both Red & Black versions - use code SEPT15 at checkout for above price - Free Click & Collect Have all your meals cooked to perfection without any of the eff… Read more
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Can it fit a small baby?
Disco.Dave5 h, 14 m ago

Something to stay in your cupboard next to Waffle maker, Sandwich toaster, …Something to stay in your cupboard next to Waffle maker, Sandwich toaster, Chocolate fountain etc etc

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flipper1181 h, 31 m ago

What is it?

Something to stay in your cupboard next to Waffle maker, Sandwich toaster, Chocolate fountain etc etc
Does the £16.99 include P&P?
This is a rice cooker/slow cooker type thing. Very small though. They had them in The Range in Aintree for a tenner. After a bit of googling I decided not to bite.
George Home Rice Cooker only £9
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Found 7th Sep 2017Found 7th Sep 2017
Just purchased this for £9, ONLINE (click and collect) looks like a bargain. I brought my last one for £19.99, stopped working yesterday after 2yrs of service. This looks like a … Read more
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DB2k39 m ago

Do these really work better than just using a pan? I use the Tilda method …Do these really work better than just using a pan? I use the Tilda method and frankly, its perfect every time..https://www.tilda.com/our-range/dry-basmati-rice/pure-basmati/#how-to-cookJust looks like another thing that sits in a cupboard and rarely used..!


That's Indian rice. Indians cook rice differently. White people generally follow the Indian method.
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Do these really work better than just using a pan? I use the Tilda method and frankly, its perfect every time..
tilda.com/our…ti/

Just looks like another thing that sits in a cupboard and rarely used..!
mackem196610 h, 2 m ago

Ours last about a year and then get dumped but learnt recently its usually …Ours last about a year and then get dumped but learnt recently its usually the thermal fuse that "breaks".Take out the old one by unscrewing the bottom of the rice cooker and replace thermal fuse, mine cost 10 for £1.30 from ebay and it works again perfectly !


When you used the asda one, was it also suitable for cous cous steaming?
Lidl one is brill! £10
Asda Rice Cooker was £16 now £10
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Found 5th May 2017Found 5th May 2017
A friend of mine asked me to recommend a rice cooker, I told him what I have which is Asda rice cooker. Then I looked online and find that it's on offer now. I have been using this… Read more
why has this been expired? this deal is still available..
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Should be available in store near you x
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Rice Cooker 1L - £12.99 - LIDL ( Silvercrest) 400W - Includes Steam Cooking Attachment for Fish, Vegetables etc. - 3 Year Warranty
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Found 4th May 2017Found 4th May 2017
With automatic keep-warm function Includes steam-cooking attachment for fish, vegetables, etc. Cooking insert capacity: max. 1L uncooked rice 400W 3 Year Warranty £12.99 Lidl Avail… Read more
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You need to lose the water it was cooked in and rinse it after cooking. The comment about "Asians washing rice" is misguided at best. You wash rice to stop the excess surface starch making it slushy, and the high Arsenic levels are a modern thing as per the article I posted.
ploddy77

All of the Asian population know to wash rice before cooking. Otherwise … All of the Asian population know to wash rice before cooking. Otherwise they'd be an endangered species by now!



Ha ha so true. I've never cooked rice without washing it thoroughly, something I learnt from my mother. In fact had no idea some people cooked it without washing until I came across this post today.
NikLP

Don't use these. You'll get better results just cooking in a lot of water … Don't use these. You'll get better results just cooking in a lot of water and rinsing, as long as you wash the rice thoroughly first and rinse it after. Also, arsenic. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-38910848



All of the Asian population know to wash rice before cooking. Otherwise they'd be an endangered species by now!
Just acquired one of these, blooming fantastic.

A tip for cleaning the lid part - laying the cooker on its side makes it soooooo much easier.
Tesco electric rice cooker 1.5 litre £15 free c&c @ Tesco
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With a visible water gauge and viewing window to monitor progress, you can steam perfectly cooked rice every time with the Tesco RC16 rice cooker. Rice steamer Cook up to 1.5L of … Read more
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gourmetguy

tbh I had one like this. it was ok but the rice stuck to the bottom and … tbh I had one like this. it was ok but the rice stuck to the bottom and was hard to get off. I would recommend if you want a rice cooker paying a little more and getting a ceramic one



Use more water. Ratio should be 1 part rice : 2 parts water.
Y'all know this is destined for that cupboard which houses the graveyard of kitchen appliances.
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joedastudd

Not sure what being Muslim has to do with it but hey.Ever used a rice … Not sure what being Muslim has to do with it but hey.Ever used a rice cooker?The texture and flavour from steaming rice is far better then standard boiling.If your eating rice that often and just using a hob I assume our rinsing the rice and using the absorption method?Should be taking longer then 10 minutes to do it right normally about 15-20 minutes.Rice cooker removes all the hassle.As long as you measure it right pretty much nothing can go wrong.A lot of restaurants use them, pretty much every Chinese and Japanese kitchen as well a s taking off more and more in the rest of asia.



​I'm not even going to bother
snowflake75

​I'm Muslim and cook rice on a daily basis. ... word out!


Not sure what being Muslim has to do with it but hey.
Ever used a rice cooker?
The texture and flavour from steaming rice is far better then standard boiling.

If your eating rice that often and just using a hob I assume our rinsing the rice and using the absorption method?
Should be taking longer then 10 minutes to do it right normally about 15-20 minutes.

Rice cooker removes all the hassle.
As long as you measure it right pretty much nothing can go wrong.

A lot of restaurants use them, pretty much every Chinese and Japanese kitchen as well a s taking off more and more in the rest of asia.
Edited by: "joedastudd" 30th Jan 2017
missphilippa28

A bowl and a microwave.... what's this actually for??



I don't have a clue. If only it had a more straightforward name.
Asda brand Rice Cooker £10 instore
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Found 26th Jan 2017Found 26th Jan 2017
Asda brand Rice Cooker £10 down from £16. Cheapest 1ltr vs other retailers I have seen. 2yr guarantee.
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Which branch? Is it national?
Ambiano Rice Cooker      £ 19.99 @ALDI [order online/ instore 26th jan]
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This 700W Rice Cooker is the ideal kitchen gadget for creating perfect rice every time. It features 6 handy digital settings and comes with a selection of accessories. Accessories … Read more
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Now 12.99. Just bought one
I got a Crockpot version similar to this and it consistantly burnt the rice. I do have a proper proper rice cooker where the lid locks and the rice cooks and turns to warm mode. I have used the crockpot about 3 times before I gave up entirely and now use a saucepan. I get the proper rice cooker out when I cook more rice.
Ashe

Are these much better than the microwave rice cookers?



I tried a microwave rice cooker a few times but never got it right, either too dry and undercooked or too wet and a starchy mess.
With a proper rice cooker it is very hard to mess up, our family has always had one so it's an essential item like a toaster etc.
jouster

Can not does. If you believe everything you read on the internet you may … Can not does. If you believe everything you read on the internet you may as well go and live in a cave. If you smoke drink or eat fatty for, burnt toast is the least of your worries.



​Whooooosh X)
Are these much better than the microwave rice cookers?
Cookworks RC-8A 1.5L Rice Cooker - White £12.49 @ Argos
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Cookworks RC-8A 1.5L Rice Cooker - White £12.49 @ Argos
i've just been reading various publications on natural arsenic levels in rice, quite unnerving how this isn't more widely publicised, think i'll stick to the recommended methods of cooking
Mine gets used twice a week and still going strong 4 years in.

Always hand wash the bowl and never use metal spoons etc.

It does switch to warm, but that can still keep cooking as it's pretty hot, so keep an eye on it and it's fine, just switch off at the mains when you're nearly ready to serve up.
Very poor quality. Paint peels inside. No non stick.
callumfraser4912

I'm terrible for overcooking rice, does this automatically switch to warm … I'm terrible for overcooking rice, does this automatically switch to warm setting once the rice has been cooked?



Yes
I'm terrible for overcooking rice, does this automatically switch to warm setting once the rice has been cooked?
Breville 1.8 L Rice Cooker £17.99 at Argos
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Breville 1.8 L Rice Cooker, was £39.99 now selling for less than half price at £17.99 at Argos. Has got some really good reviews. I think it's probably better than the Russell Hobb… Read more
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darkteckno2

rubbish had 2 of these burn out.



You obviously don't know know how to use it properly if you've gone through two already. I guess it's not meant for you :-)
darkteckno2

rubbish had 2 of these burn out.


Steaming Rice is an art.....
rubbish had 2 of these burn out.
Digital Rice Cooker and Food Steamer, 4.75 Litre £30.99 Amazon Day of the day
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Product Description Fluffy, hot rice and so much more. Hamilton Beach Rice Cookers make mounds of delicious, fluffy rice with minimal effort. These popular appliances cook rice to … Read more
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summerof76

Don't know why people are marking this deal down (_;)


Its no surprise, most rice cooker deals are voted cold .
Don't know why people are marking this deal down (_;)
Good price, heat added. I have a rice cooker and the rice comes out nice and fluffy
Look at the reviews, it's a 1.8 litre cooker
Will this also cook analogue rice?
Cookworks 1.5L Rice Cooker - White - £12.49 (was  £16.00) Save 20% @ Argos.co.uk
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Cookworks 1.5L Rice Cooker - White - £12.49 (was £16.00) Save 20% The Cookworks RC-8R 1.5L Rice Cooker will help you to get the most out of your rice. This Cookworks Rice Cooke… Read more
Mine has just packed up after 7 years of service. Just reserved its replacement. Hot.
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I just use the Delia method. 15 mins perfect rice. Although if i was making rice 4 times or more a week I might jump at this.
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jellybeans12

There's a fantastic brand of rice cookers called P-O-T...They last … There's a fantastic brand of rice cookers called P-O-T...They last absolutely ages!


yeah but with the brand P-O-T you have to watch it and regulate the heat to it conscientiously, but with this rice cooker you can just put the rice in and leave it and it will cook it and keep it warm all by itself
I have one of this for about 7 years and is still going strong. l used it almost 3/4 times a week.
There's a fantastic brand of rice cookers called P-O-T...They last absolutely ages!
Cookworks 1.5L Rice Cooker  £16.00 -  at Argos
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Product Description/Spec Cookworks 1.5L Rice Cooker - White. The Cookworks RC-8R 1.5L Rice Cooker will help you to get the most out of your rice. This Cookworks Rice Cooker offers … Read more
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my last one stopped working so needed to buy a new one, missed it when it was 12.49 last month and have been waiting till it decreased again. so thought I'd get it at this price. normal price is 19.99
I am pretty sure this is an increased price. I bought it from Argos for £9.99 last June(it worked well) and abandoned last month, once it was not needed anymore. £9.99 was the original price.
Got a bigger one in clas for 13.49
Bought this last month from Argos for £12:49.
Edited by: "Richief" 12th Mar 2016
Yes we all know you can use a saucepan, so no need for any comments on such (_;)
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