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Aroma ARC-1000 Professional Series 20-Cup (Cooked) Sensor Logic Rice Cooker

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  • Perfectly prepares 4 to 20 cups of cooked rice (2 to 10 cups uncooked)
  • Steams vegetables and cooks rice simultaneously, makes soups and stews
  • Easy-to-use digital control panel with multiple features: White Rice, Brown Rice, Quick Rice, Smart Steam and 15-Hour Delay Timer
  • Sensor Logic technology self-adjusts for consistent, restaurant-quality results
  • Makes delicious soups and stews
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Dimensions 10.8 inches x 10.8 inches x 11.2 inches 12.26 inches x 12 inches x 12 inches 11.22 inches x 10.83 inches x 10.83 inches 8.25 inches x 10 inches x 13 inches
Material Plastic Plastic Stainless Steel plastic
Color White Silver Silver with black handle White
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  • Product Dimensions: 10.8 x 11.2 x 10.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 7.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B001LW3GOI
  • Item model number: ARC-1000
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (44 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #93,540 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

This digital rice cooker from Aroma makes perfect rice, soups, stews and even steams meat and vegetables simultaneously. Its unique Sensor Logic heating system flawlessly prepares up to 20 cups of any type of rice, with a water reservoir that channels away excess condensation. With a programmable control panel, multiple functions that include a 15-hour delay timer, brown rice, quick rice and smart steam, it's the perfect addition to any busy kitchen. And when the cooking is done, the nonstick inner pot removes for quick and easy cleanup. Includes recipe booklet, measuring cup, steam tray, soup ladle and serving spatula.

Customer Reviews

The machine makes the rice perfectly every time.
Kathleen M. Innaurato
I purchased this rice cooker as a gift to my mother who absolutely loves it.
M. Colon
Rice is both soggy and burnt/dried up in warm mode.
M. Constantine

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

58 of 59 people found the following review helpful By Dark Helmet on June 4, 2009
I picked this cooker up from Costco for under thirty bucks. If you don't want to spend a lot on a computerized rice cooker, this is the one for you. It's the cheapest fuzzy logic rice cooker on the market, but still makes great rice. It doesn't have a bunch of extra functions you'd never use, just white rice, brown rice, quick rice, and steam cook.

You have to play around a little with the amount of water when cooking the rice. If it's too dry, just add a little bit more water and leave it in keep warm mode for about 15 minutes. If you're planning on using keep warm mode, you also have to add a bit more water to keep the rice from burning to the bottom.

I've used mine for everything from steaming veggies to making steel cut oats. One thing I particularly like is that when you set the timer for steaming, it doesn't start counting down until the water is actually boiling.

The only thing I'd like better was if there were extra internal bowls available. I had originally bought this one thinking to use it until I got a more expensive rice cooker, but that purchase has been put on hold indefinitely simply because this one works so well.

To make steel cut oats, I use the brown rice function due to the long soaking time. Just add 4 cups water to every 1 cup of oats. Also add pat of butter or a bit of oil to the water to keep it from boiling over, and a pinch of salt. You can add raisins or other dried fruit if you like. I usually make a double batch, and it comes out perfect every time. Perfectly cooked with that unique chewy steel cut oat texture. No more soaking and making it on the stove for me.
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28 of 28 people found the following review helpful By SMM on April 10, 2009
I almost always eat brown rice. I had a Black & Decker Rice cooker, which always left the brown rice clumpy and burnt on the bottom. I ran into this Arc-1000 at Costco (for $29!!) and figured I could always take it back if I didn't like it. Not! I am very happy w/this. The brown rice is a whole different texture, much more fluffy. It tastes like brown rice is supposed to taste. The steamer offers another way to cook healthy. It comes w/ recipes for one pot meals, and soups. It is very easy to use. You put it measured rice, add water to pre-measured line, close it and push a button, it does the rest.
The Arc-1000 was leaving some bottom rice a bit darker, so I'll take the hint of turning it off. That would make it even better, but it wasn't as bad as the B&D. If you are looking for a good inexpensive rice cooker (I was shocked at how much you can spend on these) that does a great job, go for it!
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32 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Dawn on January 2, 2009
I wanted a rice cooker that specifically had a brown rice function since we love brown rice but it can be so hard to cook it well other ways (I've tried stovetop, pressure cooker, and baking in the oven).

So far, I'm thrilled - the brown rice was amazing, first try; I've also done bulgur and quinoa using the white rice setting and both have been perfect with no adjustments. I love that the pot is non-stick and that the condensation from the lid is caught in a reservoir - it doesn't go down the side of the pot or inside where it's going to damage the cooker itself.

Delay timer is also extremely helpful - if I know I want dinner at six, I can set the cooker up any time (allowing for cooking time) and have the rice ready right on time without having to think about it. The cooking cycle is long but worth it for the results.

One caveat - whatever you are cooking will crust to the bottom the longer you leave it on "keep warm" - I suggest you turn it off as soon as it's done. It will remain warm in the pot for a time with the lid closed anyway. And if you use the delay timer, you can schedule it to be done right on time anyway.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By C. Alonzo on March 26, 2009
I think this rice cooker is great, although we've only cooked white rice so far. The "quick rice" option is indeed a few minutes quicker, and we can't really tell any difference between the quick cooked rice and the result of the regular "white rice" program.

I agree that the reservoir for condensed water is a smart feature. I also like that there is a holder for the rice spoon on the side of the rice cooker. That should discourage users from leaving the plastic spoon inside and letting it melt on the teflon.

I also second the advice for unplugging the rice cooker after it is done cooking. The body is insulated well enough that the rice will easily stay warm during your meal. That'll save you some electricity too.

I only wish that the power cord could be detached from the body so that it is easier to bring to the table for dinner.

*We got this for cheaper at Costco, ~$40.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By B. Norton on May 3, 2009
I have owned other rice cookers over the years. With other rice cookers, brown rice and seasoned rice both have a tendency to become crispy on the bottom, when the heating element remains on for too much time. I am happy to say that this rice cooker finally let me make perfect rice every time.

This rice cooker has a temperature sensor that regulates how much heat is applied to the rice, depending on the type - long grain, brown, instant - resulting in perfect rice every time I have used it.

I also like the small condensation collector that holds any of the moisture that drips from the lid, keeping my counter and cooker clean.
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