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1.8 Litre Rice Cooker £7.50 plus £3.95 delivery @ Dunelm
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1.8 litres/ 16 cups Keep warm function Removable steamer Designed with a smart and sophisticated polished stainless steel finish with black trimming, this rice cooker and steamer … Read more
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ZeroBlitz

Tbf Waterloo ended the discussion soundly but yeah no clue where you got your absurd notions from... You clearly haven't even used one and yet feel as though you have some basis for spouting off aggressive opinions and being rude about it. That said, countries where rice is eaten nearly every day a rice cooker is considered an essential household appliance. It's a staple in nearly any kitchen. They're more common than microwaves. Every year around 4 million rice cookers are produced in Japan alone... Calling it a gimmick machine and laughing at the word millions as though an exaggeration really displays which argument is coming from a place of ignorance and 'oblivious'-ness. Maybe just try one someday instead of presuming things about something you know nothing about? Rice that's made in a pan can be good or even great, or sometimes it can be a bit tasteless, or a bit stodgy. It can be overdone or underdone. Too much or too little water. Not steamed well or cooked through perfectly or soaked up the right amount of water because of the lid, the timing, the temperature. Even when you cook rice frequently enough that you're confident it's always going to be pretty good, it's rarely going to be perfect. With a rice cooker it just comes out perfect and fluffy every time and tastes fantastic with minimal effort. Edit: have just looked at the product itself and reviews vary dramatically on this one so probably best investing a bit more in a proper one than going for something as cheap as this.

waterloo

Still available for £7.50 free click n collect in the croydon store i checked london only if it's crap its free returns.

waterloo

It's said every household in japan has a rice cooker some have two not sure about china but guess its alot.

waterloo

Only one clown here mate, do some research before you mug yourself off anymore.

HorseBoxGuy

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Cookworks 1.5 litre (8 cups) rice cooker for £19.94 delivered @ Argos
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Cooking the perfect rice is difficult, fact. There are loads of different ways to cook it, everyone has their tips — soak it, don't soak it, keep the lid on, let it boil, and so on… Read more
hukduserr

i cook my rice in a portable bento cooking device

uF0n

At that price, I find myself considering the Xiaomi pressure rice cooker... it comes with additional baggage, primarily having to ship from abroad and instructions in Chinese, but I wonder about the advantage of increased pressure for cooking rice.

neilcaldwell

Fair point, you certainly get what you pay for. What you describe sounds an excellent high end product. My local Chinese chip shop has a large rice cooker behind the counter, so I guess if it's good enough for them.... ...still kinda need to justify that price range for occasional rice making and...I'm still struggling. Mrs C. Will go mad at me! Plus it's 1 more gadget to sit on the worktop and I haven't got a big kitchen.

Akira_Cat

How so? It makes absolute sense. If you can make nice rice then you can because you have that skill, like poached eggs. There is a knack. The rice cooker helps make decent rice without that gained skill.

Random_clicks

Oh yeah, Japan is expensive to live there, maybe some places aren't like Okinowa or outside the cities. I've had food poisoning twice and yea, it's not fun at all, you're ok with day old rice though surely. Rice balls yea I love my sandwiches but I'd move on, They actually have a passion for bread over there which surprised me.

VonShef Rice Cooker Steamer Cooking Pot Non Stick Electric 200W 0.3L Compact + 2 Year Warranty £14.93 @ Domu-UK / Ebay
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VonShef Rice Cooker Steamer Cooking Pot Non Stick Electric 200W 0.3L Compact + 2 Year Warranty £14.93 @ Domu-UK / Ebay
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Now under £15. - Achieve perfect rice with precise, controlled cooking using the 300ml Personal Rice Cooker – ideal for cooking rice - Quick cook time with 300ml capacity – ideal … Read more
Charlesroi

Just bring it to the boil in a pot of water (slightly salted) and set it on the side for 11 minutes.

meatandtwoveg

Making perfect rice is simple. Rinse the rice with cold water till it runs clear to get rid of extra starch that can make rice sticky; I use a glass bowl so I can see how cloudy the water is; just empty and repeat as many times as necessary. Use a pan with a tight fitting lid; glass lids are best as you can see what's happening. I then melt butter in the pan (use oil if you wish) add the rice and coat the grains! Turn it off and use it when you want; when ready then add double the amount of cold water (must be cold) and put the lid on and turn the heat on till the water boils, then turn it down to it's lowest setting; when there is no visible liquid present turn off the heat and leave for 5; then fluff up and serve!

matt_james27

I've always gone 1:2 when making 1 cup of rice, used to work well with my previous rice cookers so I just continued with that. If you are making more than 1 cup, the pot isn't large enough to get a 1:2 ratio but the rice still cooks well.

ijwia

but it says in the blurb 1 cup of water to 1 cup of rice ?

dannyolamide

It mentions steamer, can you use this to steam veggies

Sistema Microwave Rice Cooker, 2.6 L - Red - £6.69 (Prime) £11.18 (Non Prime) @ Amazon
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Sistema Microwave Rice Cooker, 2.6 L - Red - £6.69 (Prime) £11.18 (Non Prime) @ Amazon
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Product Description The Sistema 2. 6 L microwave rice steamer makes it simple to cook rice, polenta and cous. The steamer comes with a pressure chamber plate, lid with c… Read more
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haggisheid

Read in an article an old Chinese secret, put rice in the bowl and then fill up with cold water until there is an inch of water above the rice, they say up to the first knuckle on your finger next to thumb, and that will always be the right amount, still have to try it, but good if it works.

GregorskyDeals

I think that they designed it to use the pressure it creates inside to cook quicker so there is no need to let steam out. With my experience, this is what I do: 1) 1 cup of rise + 2 cups of cold water in the bow (yes you can rinse rise in cold water first, I don't do it to save time. I basically add twice as much of water based on the volume). 2) Lock the pot with holes matching vertically with pressure chamber (middle disk). Check on rise packaging times for microwave + add 3-5min (for example it says for 800W 10min, put it on 13-15min based on your experience and microwave power) 3) Take it out the microwave and leave it for minimum 5 minutes for the pressure to do the magic 4) Open gently the pot and use the spoon included to mix it. Let me know if it worked for you (y)

tallerguy

This is the bomb. We are hobless for a while as we are doing up the kitchen. Got this for rice and it does indeed cook better than I can cook rice on a hob. I use a small coffee cup. Two parts water to one rice for 10 minutes. Perfect every time. Do wash your rice first to get all that starch off it!

bob.prazak

..almost did not fit in a microwave

scooby350

I normally rinse the rice by pouring water into the container stir and drain then add a large mug of water lightly salt place in microwave 850watt 5 minutes remove , loosen lid let steam out stirring and check how much water is still there then return to microwave 3 to 4 minutes that's for a mug and half of rice. Best to check it and refine your timing as not to burn the plastic or rice. On the plus side makes great rice and uses less energy and water. Caution container will be very very hot.

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Sistema Microwave Rice Cooker, 2.6 L - Red/Clear £6.69 (Prime) / £11.18 (non Prime) at Amazon
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Sistema Microwave Rice Cooker, 2.6 L - Red/Clear £6.69 (Prime) / £11.18 (non Prime) at Amazon
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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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Loubou

No, if you use the correct ratio of rice to water, the water should all be absorbed so you won't have excess water. (y)

s779

Brought this a few weeks back, it's pretty good. Typically I'll have 200g of brown rice (washed) and use 400-450ml of cold water. Around 20 mins in the microwave and its done! Definitely recommend

haggisheid

HotUKDeals is crazy voting, this same item was on at 30p cheaper a month ago and it went to -146%. How is that possible?

dinouk

For brown rice. 17 minutes in the microwave. Water up to the first line of middle finger (filipino way).

PrawinMalyala

Health wise Is It good to eat rice cooked in microwave?

Sistema Microwave Rice Cooker, 2.6 L - Red/Clear for £6.39 (Prime) / £10.88 (Non Prime) delivered @ Amazon
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Sistema Microwave Rice Cooker, 2.6 L - Red/Clear for £6.39 (Prime) / £10.88 (Non Prime) delivered @ Amazon
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Convenient and easy to use microwave cooker. On offer today. The Sistema 2. 6 L microwave rice steamer makes it simple to cook rice, polenta and cous. The steamer comes with … Read more
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Codelas

Well said

Codelas

True

Codelas

No thanks its still petroleum

suejb2

Thank you, think you’re doing better for yourself, appears not so.

maddogb

https://www.npr.org/2011/03/02/134196209/study-most-plastics-leach-hormone-like-chemicals?t=1579963098286

Tefal RK1568UK Cool Touch Rice Cooker, (20 Portions), 700 W, 1.8 Litre, Black - £22.49 @ Amazon
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Tefal RK1568UK Cool Touch Rice Cooker, (20 Portions), 700 W, 1.8 Litre, Black - £22.49 @ Amazon
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Convenient : Automatic cooking and keep warm Easy-to-clean, dishwasher safe parts Non-stick removable bowl Two settings including keep warm function Comes with 1.8 L food capac… Read more
Bad.Actor

Each to their own I guess. Pressure cooker is safer if you have toddlers knocking around the kitchen and not as much condensation given off either. Plus, frees up your pans and hob for all the other stuff you are concocting to serve with your rice :)

callmeleroy

Definitely a Touch cheaper

chocci

no need for an electric pressure cooker either if you have a pan. Soak rice, rinse then boil for 8 minutes with 1 part rice to 2 parts water. Perfect rice every time and less washing up :)

Bad.Actor

I use an electric pressure cooker with a Pyrex bowl sat inside on a metal cookie cutter to keep it off the bottom. Put your boiling water in the bottom of the pressure cooker pan, add rice to the glass bowl submerging the rice in boiling water then set cooker to steam for 12 minutes and release pressure naturally. Strain rice and run a kettle full of boiling water over it to rinse. No need to wash the rice through beforehand. If using basmati then 8 minutes and brown rice will take 18 minutes. Might be common knowledge to some but no need for a dedicated rice cooker if you have an electric pressure cooker.

be2st

I think it's depend on the rice type. If you cook Basmati rice, you need to rinse and then soaked it in the water before you cook. But I always prefer jasmine rice. For all rice type you need to rinse the starch, but no need to soak for the jasmine type. We have been using the rice cooker from Asda for about 8 years now, and it's cheap, it's about £10 in store.

Russell Hobbs 19750 Rice Cooker and Steamer, 1.8 Litre, Silver £17.24 (Prime) / £21.73 (non Prime) at Amazon
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Russell Hobbs 19750 Rice Cooker and Steamer, 1.8 Litre, Silver £17.24 (Prime) / £21.73 (non Prime) at Amazon
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Been looking for a rice cooker and this recently went on sale. Decent price and great product
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Sistema Microwave Rice Cooker, 2.6 L £5.99 (Prime) / £10.48 (non Prime) at Amazon
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Sistema Microwave Rice Cooker, 2.6 L £5.99 (Prime) / £10.48 (non Prime) at Amazon
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flow

These work a treat. One cup of rice to one cup of water is what we use.

James_cleeve73

Well 77% do so I reckon that's a reasonable statistic? From a pool of 1400 odd?

johnro

It'll take the same time if using a pot on a stove + kettled water

kingy666

I have one of these and once you get the rice to water amount and time it correctly in the microwave it makes perfect sticky rice. I make 175g basmati rice to 525ml of hot water from the tap then into our 850w microwave for 11 minutes. I then leave the lids off for 5 mins and the rice continues to steam and any excess water evaporates. This is perfect for 2 of us to go with our madras curry.

Searcher2

A lot of reviews don't agree with you though

Russell Hobbs 19750 Rice Cooker & Steamer - Stainless Steel - £16.99 using code + Free Click & Collect @ Robert Dyas
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Russell Hobbs 19750 Rice Cooker & Steamer - Stainless Steel - £16.99 using code + Free Click & Collect @ Robert Dyas
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This was reduced from £26.99 to £19.99 in Black Friday sale and now with code 15BF19 further reduced to £16.99. Free click and collect. Code is valid until 2 Dec. Product info se… Read more
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Rice Cooker now £10 @ Asda / George (Free Click & Collect)
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Rice Cooker now £10 @ Asda / George (Free Click & Collect)
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Decent rice cooker here from Asda - also same price at Asda/George in different colour Gets Really Good Reviews Description Create the perfect rice dish using this ha… Read more
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shawnlee

I meant, me. When I'm down the curry house being cultural. (angel)

DoGMaN_X

Maybe the term you are looking for, is Oriental (nerd) I wouldn't call Indian's 'fake' Asians :D

copystuff

GLUTINOUS RICE is what you need

shawnlee

Okay, substitute real for 'actual', or ignore it. Try eating Tilda rice and the meal with your hands, it don't work.

Bunglistik

Real asians? (confused)

Robert Dyas - Geepas 0.6L 350W Rice Cooker with Steamer - White - £12.74 With Code - Free C&C
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Robert Dyas - Geepas 0.6L 350W Rice Cooker with Steamer - White - £12.74 With Code - Free C&C
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With three handy functions – cook, steam, and keep warm – the Geepas 0.6L 350W Rice Cooker with Steamer allows you to choose how you prepare your rice. Perfect for cooking all type… Read more
amour3k

That's so longgggg (and yes, various pun connotations intended, lol). If you're with a family, and (literally) need volume food making, then yes, rice over a stove is fine (hell, it's almost unthinkable to consider doing it any other way, even?). :-D But though, IF you're flying solo, then ... I personally can't see myself being arsed potentially spending hours watching rice cook over an open flame (no thanx). But sticking it in a microwave cooker, and leaving 'science' to pretty much do alllllll the work instead?, well ... The stove way of life isn't for everyone (which is perfectly fine), and the microwave way of life, isn't for everyone either (which is perfectly fine also). :-) There's obviously both pro's and con's with whichever 'methods' you choose to cook your rice via (however you choose to look at it really?). So what can we do?, lol. Anyways, I rate those people that still have the tanacity to go at it the long hog with their rice upon an open fire/gas stove, etc (like that of how our parent's used to do it, from back in the Day). :-) Good on you.

Patr100

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

89quidyoucantgowrong

This is a very small capacity rice cooker, I estimate it's suitable for 1-3 people, making it energy friendly too. My rice cooker is a large one and so I sometimes just end up cooking smaller quantities in a saucepan with a lid. This would be neat if I could afford the space for yet another kitchem appliance. Brilliant for students.

Savaholic

I steam veggies and cook rice many times a week. So this combo seems like a great idea!

shug119

Looks ok

Drew & Cole 5 Litre Pressure King Pro Electric Pressure Cooker 12-in-1 Multi Cooker, Rice Cooker, Soup Maker - £49.99 @ Amazon
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Drew & Cole 5 Litre Pressure King Pro Electric Pressure Cooker 12-in-1 Multi Cooker, Rice Cooker, Soup Maker - £49.99 @ Amazon
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Good Reviews 4.2 out of 5.0 (y) Also availble in black colour FAMILY COOKING: big 5L capacity, great for families or batch cooking COOK FAST: cooks up to 90% faster than t… Read more
Dubtitled

This explains why I hardly ever use mine and when I do I'm disappointed and have to up the time!

blootoon763

These pressure kings cook at a lower pressure that most other electric pressure cookers. A normal stovetop pressure cooker operates at 15psi, good electric pressure cookers around 11psi but these pressure king pro models operate at around just 7psi so if you are using an instant pot recipe then you will have to adjust the cooking times to suit the extended cooking times that the lower pressure takes.

Grey101Ace

COOK FAST: cooks up to 90% faster than traditional cookware, make meals in minutes rather than hours saving energy Hahaha - not when you take into account the time it takes to get up to pressure! (e.g. Rice - takes about 20 minutes to do, 12 minutes cooking time but easily takes about 8 minutes to actually get to pressure and start ) Anyone found any good recipes for these things?

Russell Hobbs 19750 Rice Cooker and Steamer, 1.8 Litre, Silver - £17.24 (prime) / £21.73 (non prime) @ Amazon
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Russell Hobbs 19750 Rice Cooker and Steamer, 1.8 Litre, Silver - £17.24 (prime) / £21.73 (non prime) @ Amazon
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Large 1.8 Litre capacity bowl with handy keep warm function- enough for cooking ten cups of rice Includes additional tray for steaming fish or vegetables Non-stick removable bo… Read more
Lucifer_UK

Some gadgets are pointless. Like this.... to make perfect rice.... pan>boiling water>add rice dont stir>10 mins>drain in sieve>serve.... guaranteed perfect.

janlim

The additional tray for steaming is it safe? I assume it made of plastic.

Russell Hobbs Rice Cooker and Steamer for £18.99 with 2yrs warranty @ Lidl instore
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Russell Hobbs Rice Cooker and Steamer for £18.99 with 2yrs warranty @ Lidl instore
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This multi-functional appliance not only cooks rice to perfection but it is also steamer, making cooking batches of healthy meals a breeze Allows you to cook up to 10 cups of rice … Read more
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CopaceticAnswers

I bought one of these and it broke after one use. No sign as to why, just didn't turn on. Weird

Jason

Thanks @DaTadfather We saw that when we reviewed the thread but it looks like there is little to no stock for this in Asda. It is also this price in John Lewis (but £3 C&C charge) which makes this the cheapest.

DaTadfather

£18 at ASDA in-store. 99p cheaper but you'll have to check local store availablity https://direct.asda.com/george/home/cooking-appliances/russell-hobbs-19750-18l-rice-cooker-stainless-steel/001575026,default,pd.html

Crock-Pot Express Pressure Cooker CSC051, 12-in-1 Programmable Multi-Cooker, Slow Cooker, Steamer and Saute, 5.6 Litre @ Amazon £59.99
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Crock-Pot Express Pressure Cooker CSC051, 12-in-1 Programmable Multi-Cooker, Slow Cooker, Steamer and Saute, 5.6 Litre @ Amazon £59.99
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Product Description The Crock-Pot Express Crock Multi-Cooker can create tasty, healthy meals up to 70% faster than the traditional oven or hob. Cook a whole chicken in 30 minute… Read more
ladybert

Thank you :)

Loubou

The 5.7L should be ok for a family of four, with some leftovers available. If you do a lot of batch cooking and like lots of leftovers, get the 8 qt one. That should be released on Amazon this week or next. Apparently it’s available to buy now straight from the Instant Pot UK website though. :)

ladybert

Which size instant pot would you recommend for a family of 4?

Mr_Gus

yup, it steams as it builds up pressure for instance, they need reining in on the B.S. it damages the brand.

Loubou

Yeah some of the claims are a bit much. Sometimes I get a bit of steam coming out of my 5.5L pressure valve depending on what's cooking inside it XD I don't get much steam though. I'm looking forward to receiving the 2.8L one. I'll use it for smaller portions and side dishes. I find my 5.5L a bit big sometimes. I expected it to be cheaper though. Luckily I had an amazon gift card to spend on some of it.

Instant Pot Duo V2 7-in-1 Electric Pressure Cooker 5.5L £69.99 @ Amazon Prime Day
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Instant Pot Duo V2 7-in-1 Electric Pressure Cooker 5.5L £69.99 @ Amazon Prime Day
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Further price drop!!!! It is now £69.99!!!! Product Description Instant Pot Duo is a 7 in 1 automatic Electric Pressure Cooker that speeds up cooking by 2-6 times and uses up to 7… Read more
jsmith1

Cheers

Weazle

When you click onto the HUKD link you'll get to the page, it will say £99.99 initially ..... look to the right side where there is a box that reads "Deal of the Day" and there should be a button that says "View Offer". Click that button and as long as you're signed in, the price goes to £69.99.

choc1969

No, just bought for special price at £69.99

jsmith1

gone up to 99 now :(

Weazle

I ordered it when the price was £79.99 but couldn't cancel it as it was on its way to being dispatched ..... luckily they sent me an email: Hello, We’re writing about your Amazon.co.uk order which includes the Instant Pot Duo V2 7-in-1 Electric Pressure Cooker, 6 Qt, 5.5L 1000 W, Brushed Stainless Steel/Black, 220-240v, Stainless Steel Inner Pot, (https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00OP26T4K), purchased during Amazon's Prime Day. We wanted to let you know that we've further reduced the price since you placed your order. We will therefore refund £10 for your order, within the next 7 working days. You’ll receive a confirmation e-mail from us once the refund has been processed and you’ll be able to view completed refunds in Your Orders (https://www.amazon.co.uk/your-orders) by selecting "Order Details". Please allow your bank 5 to 7 business days to process the refund to your account. Regards, Customer Service Department Amazon.co.uk

Cookworks 1.5L Rice Cooker - Black - £14.99 @ Argos (Free C&C)
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Cookworks 1.5L Rice Cooker - Black - £14.99 @ Argos (Free C&C)
Cookworks 1.5L Rice Cooker - Black 500 watts. Capacity 1.5 litres / 8 cups. Removable pot. Non-stick bowl. Toughened glass lid. 2 settings. Cool touch body. Keep warm fun… Read more
CookieNomnomnom

Meh, much prefer microwave cooker. So much easier and smaller.

digbys

Will this support the top shelf, under the sink?

Taka_nai

We cook rice daily with it. Non stick hasn’t worn away yet either It’s simple to use. This one has an on/off switch on the side which is new compared to the white cookworks rice cooker we had (I only replaced it because I wanted it to match my new matt black kitchen). So, yes I would recommend.

aniqish

Would you recommend this product?

SpamJavelin

I suppose it's better than buying boil in the bag rice. Or microwaving frozen rice.

1 Litre Rice Cooker GRC101SS-18 £10 @ Asda
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1 Litre Rice Cooker GRC101SS-18 £10 @ Asda
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
BadMF

Still not something I’d want to eat 4/5 times a week!

whok1844

It's nothing to do with budget rice is the carb portion of the meal instead of potatoes or pasta.

BadMF

Why on earth would you eat rice 4 to 5 times a week? Even on a very restricted budget, there’s other food available.

Patr100

Cue the posts of people telling us all how they cook rice on a stove....

Toilet

I got this recently and used it 3 times now. The coating is still good as new, just follow instructions not to wash the rice in the pot as it is abrasive. As soon as the rice is cooked turn off the socket and leave the rice it does not need to keep warm otherwise it will leave a crusty bottom and will not be good for the coating.

Rice Cooker now £10 @ Asda / George (Free C&C)
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Rice Cooker now £10 @ Asda / George (Free C&C)
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Decent rice cooker reduced from £16 :) -- Also reduced and available at Asda George albeit different colour with free c&c Rice Cooker - £10 (Was £16) -- Create … Read more
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CookieNomnomnom

Just buy a good quality microwave rice cooker. I brought Joseph Joseph M-Cuisine Microwave Rice and Grain Cooker and haven't looked back. It's fantastic.

bigstu84

(lol) (lol) (lol) (lol) (lol) For real? Cooking rice is basic cooking. I fail to see how you could get it wrong

tonyenglish

Honestly can't see the point of these - 1 cup of rice and 1.5 to 2 cups of water. Cover and bring to the boil and then turn it off and leave it - don't lift the lid as the steam escapes. After about 10 mins it will have absorbed all the water and be ready. Never sticks to the pan and works 100% of the time

Coolio1988

Not the greatest rice cooker, I'd spend a bit more and get one of those cookworks one from argos. Just may 2 scents

roybad

Same here but no Oxo. I have the whistle one so 3 whistles and nice rice every time without sticking

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