Panasonic Rice Cookers – A Foodie’s Best Friend

Rice cookers, like many of the small electrical kitchen appliances today, no longer just cook the rice. Today’s rice cooker can steam vegetables, cook soup or stews, and cook the rice as well. To begin with, you can cook an egg on top of the rice just before the rice is finished cooking. You have to watch the egg so that it can come out the way you like your egg cooked. Once you have timed it to the way you like it, the next time it is easier to make.

You’ll even be able to reheat rice in this appliance by simply placing your cold rice in the cooker, adding a small amount of water and cook for about 10 to 15 minutes.

First things first, the raw rice to water ratio is, one cup raw rice to 2 cups water. This is actually enough for a single serving for four people..unless you’re like my family, and then its enough for two.

The cooker can also be used to make one dish meals, such as chicken casserole, beef or pork stews, soups, and oatmeal for breakfast or other porridge type breakfasts. You can also steam your veggies such as: broccoli, spinach, zucchini, and more. The cooker can be used to make many healthy meals.

This is why, more times than not, people become discouraged when trying to prepare it at home regardless of whether they do it on the stove top or oven.

Rice cooker s can also cook other foods than rice, and a visit to the website of the company that made your cooker will often provide recipes and hints to get the most out of your rice cooker. Vegetables can be steamed while your rice cooks in many of the better rice cookers. A separate basket is provided for this. You will also find that some zojirushi rice cooker 3 cup are able to cook soup as well as rice, grits, and risotto. A little experimentation will allow you to do even more with your rice cooker.

You are now ready to turn your favorite recipes into your favorite rolls! So don’t worry about how to make sushi, its fun, healthy and easy to make and we are here to help!

If you like egg custard, then prepare your ingredients the way you ordinarily would and strain those ingredients into the cooker to steam. If your rice cooker only has heat and warm cycles, then start your custard at the heat cycle for just a few minutes then complete it using the warm cycle.

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