Rice Cooker (4-c.) by Cuisinart
For smaller, main course dishes or that extra side dish, this Cuisinart rice cooker is the perfect choice and, in brushed stainless, a great update to your kitchen's small appliance collection. It makes up to seven cups of cooked rice, including Brown Rice. Also includes a stainless steamer insert ... See complete description »
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For smaller, main course dishes or that extra side dish, this Cuisinart rice cooker is the perfect choice and, in brushed stainless, a great update to your kitchen's small appliance collection. It makes up to seven cups of cooked rice, including Brown Rice. Also includes a stainless steamer insert so you can prepare vegetables, seafood, poultry or dumplings to go with your rice. There's a convenient Keep Warm mode once rice is cooked, so it stays warm until your other food is ready for serving. Other features include Warm and Cook indicator lights, a traditional lever control, glass cover and retractable cord storage. All removable parts are dishwasher-safe. Comes with measuring cup and rice spoon plus a variety of recipes.
Used it the other night to cook saffron rice. Turned out perfectly. So far, so good!
VERY HAPPY WITH EVERYTHING. IN FACT PRODUCT ARRIVED SOONER THAN EXPECTED.
I have used this cooker once for brown rice, once for steamed veggies,and twice for oatmeal. Everything so far has turned out well.
It especially steams vegetables very well.
This inexpensive and small rice cooker works beautifully for small quantities of white rice. Be advised, however, that it boils over a bit when cooking brown rice (and the maximum quantity for brown rice is 1.5 cups).
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Curious about the difference between white and brown rice? They're both seeds from the rice plant, but white rice has been polished to remove the <i>germ part of the grain, while brown rice has not. However, the germ contains a lot of dietary fiber, so brown rice is a healthier choice.</i>