I've been looking around on the internet at rice cookers and slow cookers and wondering which to get.
I'd be tempted to get both but my problem is that counter and storage space is strictly limited in our kitchen so ideally i'd like something that i can both set a timer for rice for my bento in the morning and cook lovely stews and soups for when i come home from work in the winter. continue reading...
I just received my new rice cooker, a 3-cup Zojirushi (the European model: NS-LAQ05) and am extremely happy with it. However, I was wondering whether it would be possible to use it to cook grains as well, such as millet, quinoa, bulgur, barley... But I am not sure about how much water I should use and what programme would be best. This rice cooker has 5 settings: white/mixed rice, sushi, quick, porridge and brown rice. So far I have tried only the white/mixed and brown rice setting.
My sister is traveling and has no stove or hot plate, so a microwave is her main way of cooking. She bought a microwave rice cooker similar to this one http://www.amazon.com/Maxi-Aids-Microwave-Rice-Cooker/dp/B00011R41Q?tag=... that was also advertised as making pasta, but her husband threw away all the packaging and instructions. I need any instructions for cooking rice and pasta in a microwave rice cooker.
Hello. My name is Audrey. This is my first post. -->group says, hi audrey. *^-^*
I love the "cake" setting on my rice cooker. It makes a mean Angel food cake. I was wondering if anyone here has experimented widely with this setting. I am hoping to find a recipe for cornbread.
I am planning for Christmas and hoping to upgrade my rice cooker. I am interested in opinions from my seasoned veterans regarding which automatic rice cooker you recommend. I am willing to invest a little bit but I don't want to waste money. Who does? Please advise.