Ever wanted to have rice done as perfectly as you can get it in your local Chinese bistro? The fluffy yet firm base that can be eaten alone or be a base for your latest Asian creation.
To stay on a safe side, stick with any rice cooker that has a ceramic bowl. Now that you know what rice cooker without Teflon you should aim for, let’s take a closer look at the whole topic.
My grandmas’ recipes recommend it. What could be so bad about it? It helps me to cook rice faster. So why is soaking rice before cooking in a rice cooker a bad thing?
As questions go, this one is pretty tricky to answer. But you can steam it down (pun intended) to the simple question: How many times a week are you cooking rice or plan to cook rice? If it is three and more times, I would say yes, as it saves you time and delivers...
Yes, they can. But there is one major problem with it. Rice is absorbing the vapor produced out of water content in the container/bowl.
As I got older, I started thinking if there are any rice cookers with timers. The main reason was that I began to use different types of rice that required a new way of handling and cooking.
In a simple term, a rice cooker is watching over the cooking process for you. All rice cookers have some sensors. In most cases, heat-based ones to switch the heating off when the temperature rises over a certain amount.
Sure they can. Rice and quinoa are pretty much the same things. Well, this is my shortest article ever. Have a beautiful day and easy cooking until next time…. Naaah, I am just kidding. There is more to it than just one sentence. Even thou they are almost the...