|Product Dimensions||26.92 x 27.18 x 26.16 cm; 1.93 Kilograms|
|Item Weight||1.93 kg|
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Rival 10-Cup Rice Cooker with Steamer Basket, White/Black (RC101, 10-Cup Cooked Rice Capacity)
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|Item Dimensions LxWxH||26.9 x 27.2 x 26.2 centimeters|
About this item
- Electric rice cooker with nonstick inner pot has 10 cups cooked rice capacity (5 cups uncooked)
- Steaming basket for shrimp or vegetables
- Domed glass lid retains moisture and nutrients
- Stay-cool side handles make serving easy
- Hand washable measuring cup and rice ladle included
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Easily prepare a complete, healthy, and fat-free meal with the Rival 10-Cup Rice Cooker with Steamer Basket. This electric rice cooker features a removable nonstick inner pot that has a 10-cup cooked rice capacity and a steaming basket that holds enough vegetables or shrimp for two or three hungry people. Simple to operate, the rice pot features just one switch and two settings to cook rice and keep it warm at the ideal serving temperature. A domed tempered glass lid retains moisture and nutrients while allowing you to monitor your food as it cooks. The stay-cool side loop handles make serving easy and effortless, and the power indicator lights let you know when the cycle is complete. This rice maker includes a measuring cup and a rice ladle. The Rival 10-Cup Rice Cooker measures 12 by 11-1/2 by 9-1/2 inches and comes with a one-year limited warranty.
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SELECTING YOUR RICE: So far I've only used enriched white rice and enriched jasmine rice. I prefer the jasmine rice because less starchy water escapes the lid's venthole while cooking and it doesn't have a mushy consistency when the cooking process is over.
MEASURING YOUR RICE: Use the measuring cup provided to measure your rice. Using standard measuring cups will NOT produce the same results... so don't loose the cup provided. Full transparency: I haven't cooked more than two uncooked "cups" of rice at one time yet, so I don't know if this cooker can truly handle the 5 uncooked/10 cooked cups it says it can.
PREPARING YOUR RICE: Rinse your rice... THOROUGHLY!!! But wait... there's more. Use a fine mesh strainer (so you don't loose grains down the drain), use hot water (it gets rid of more starch than cold), agitate the rice with your fingers while rinsing (I know... I wish this wasn't necessary), and rinse until the water coming through is no longer cloudy. Maybe this isn't supposed to happen with rice cookers, I certainly didn't think it should, but starchy rice water bubbling through this cooker's venthole is a pain in the butt! It can get all over the lid and your counter if you don't take mitigating steps.
MEASURING THE WATER: This first step is critical... put the rice in the pot FIRST before adding water. If you don't do this, you'll be using too much water. NEXT, use the marks inside the pot to measure the amount of water to use. If you're cooking two dry "cups" of rice, set the pot on a level surface and fill it with water up to the "2" mark. Do NOT use the rice cooker cup, do NOT use standard measuring cups, and do NOT eyeball how much water to use. Just use the marks in the pot.
COOKING AND WARMING: Um... yeah... WARNING!... as soon as you plug this thing into the wall, it's starts to heat up! There is no on/off switch. Also, as soon as you notice that the unit has gone from cooking to warming, unplug the cooker. Otherwise, the rice at the bottom of your pot will begin to get crispy or burn. But I can say this, as long as you don't take the lid off the pot, your rice will stay warm!
STEAMING: I bought this cooker because you could steam things if you wanted to, but I haven't used that function yet.
SUMMARY: Starchy water occasionally coming through the lid's venthole is my number one reason for giving this product 4 stars. My number two reason is that the warming function can ruin the rice if left on for too long. That said, I don't use this cooker often, so only paying $24 for it makes it a product I'm willing to recommend. It works if you know how to work it.