- Product Dimensions: 33 x 33 x 33 cm
- Shipping Weight: 4.1 Kg
- Item model number: arc-200
- ASIN: B003Z2LK68
- Date first available at Amazon.ca: May 9 2013
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- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,386,786 in Home (See Top 100 in Home)
Aroma 3 Quart or 4-20 Cups Rice Cooker & Food Steamer with Sensor Logic Technology - Recipe Book Included
- A better way to cook rice
- Brown rice perfected
- Enhanced steaming
- Advance slow cooking
- Recipe book included
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Aroma professional rice cooker, cooks 4 - 20 cups of rice.
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I used the hell out of this little cooker, last cook was steaming corn on the cob. Lots of steamed veggies, I even hardboiled eggs in it. I used it for the bigger mixed meals (cheese veggie chicken, rice and beans, or even just slow cooking beans all day) and saved my zojirushi rice cooker for just rice. In short, this little cooker is a versatile multi-tool and worth the purchase price.
I might buy another one, or look into an upgrade, haven't decided yet.
Failure after 5 years seems reasonable for the price, electronics, heat, steam and such don't always make for the best bed companions.
Have you ever worried about how long to cook brown rice? Now that worry is gone! Aroma rice cooker stops cooking when it knows the rice is done then it switches to a warm heat setting keeping it perfect until you are ready.
Clean up is a breeze as the bowl slides right out.
Please note: The rice cup is not the same as a "cup"
You must use the cup provided with the cooker.
I like it for its convenience, but the results are not perfect.
I have not tried the steamer, but based on the steam it puts out when cooking rice, it seems like the steamer would work well.
Yes, I definitely like the convenience. I just wonder if there's a better rice cooker out there that wouldn't brown the rice.
UPDATE: I now only use the white rice setting, whether I'm cooking brown or white rice. I'm also a little more generous with the water. Since making these two changes, in addition to stirring the rice once as soon as it's done, I have not had any more issues with browning on the bottom. The rice is turning out perfect.
ANOTHER UPDATE: It's now 4-1/2 yrs later. I use this 1-2 times per month. It stopped working - getting the water hot, but not hot enough to cook the rice. I wrote the company, and here's what they said: "Please inspect the inner pot to be sure that there are no dents and/or imperfections. This sometimes causes air pockets and the rice cooker to not cook/heat the rice thoroughly. If you find that the inner pot has some imperfections, you may order a replacement inner pot."
Yes, my pot had some minor dents, although I didn't think enough to cause a problem. So I GENTLY TAPPED out the dents using a hammer, and I tried it again. To my surprise, it worked!