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  • Aroma ARC-150SB 10-Cup (Uncooked) 20-Cup (Cooked) Digital Rice Cooker and Food Steamer, Black/Silver
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Aroma ARC-150SB 10-Cup (Uncooked) 20-Cup (Cooked) Digital Rice Cooker and Food Steamer, Black/Silver

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  • No: 1 Rice Cooker Brand in the US
  • Perfectly prepares 4 to 20 cups of cooked rice and automatically keeps it warm for hours
  • Easy-to-use digital controls for white rice, brown rice, programmable steam and keep-warm
  • 15-hour delay timer is perfect for flexible meal planning
  • Nonstick inner cooking pot removes for quick cleanup in the dishwasher
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Height 10.83 inches 8.7 inches 10.8 inches 10.8 inches
Length 10.83 inches 8.5 inches 10.8 inches 10.8 inches
Width 11.22 inches 9.3 inches 11.8 inches 11.2 inches
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  • Product Dimensions: 10.8 x 11.2 x 10.8 inches ; 5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B0055FSN0Y
  • Item model number: ARC-150SB
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (701 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #103 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

The Aroma 10-cup (uncooked) 20-cup (cooked) digital rice cooker food steamer is truly a meal making powerhouse. Not only does it make perfect rice and steam delicious meats and vegetables, but it also features a programmable slow cook function. Set it to slow cook up to 10 hours for an amazingly tender roast. Surprise the family with a delicious jambalaya that takes just minute to prepare. Steam chicken and broccoli while cooking brown rice for an easy, healthy meal in one pot. The meal making options are nearly endless. The easy-to-use digital controls include specialized white and brown rice functions, programmable steam, programmable slow cook and keep-warm and a 15-hour delay timer. When the cooking is done, the nonstick inner pot removes for quick and easy cleaning. Measuring cup, steam tray and serving spatula included.

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Customer Reviews

Very easy to use and very easy to clean.
Kelley K. Simonds
It can also steam vegetables while cooking rice.
It perfectly cooks brown and white rice.
Yetta M. Bungie

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

150 of 170 people found the following review helpful By Paul F on August 10, 2011
We bought this rice cooker from a store whose name rhymes with "Halmart". Thinking that we knew how to cook rice, we loaded it up and fired away, only to get a tremendous mess of starchy goop that flooded the top of the unit and flowed down the side, collecting underneath. (It stinks and the stink gets worse if you forget that it's there...) [UPDATE: You can place the rice cooker on a large Corelle dish to catch goopy overflow. It's a close size-match.)

After reading reviews for other Aroma rice cookers here on Amazon, I discovered that soaking the rice fixes everything. And very fortunately, this unit comes with a delay timer. Just load the cooker with rice and water (measured, of course), press "Delay Timer" for the number of hours you'd like to delay (the number is the number of hours when the rice will be finished), and choose "white rice" or "brown rice" (brown rice was giving us the most mess). I've set the timer as little as 2 hours, and the mess is eliminated even then. I believe that more delay is better. I've set it as long as 12 hours. I don't know the maximum number of hours you can delay.

CONS for this rice cooker: there's a plastic valve inside the lid that needs to be cleaned often, and the underside of the lid needs to be cleaned as well. It doesn't detach, so you'll have to scrub with a wet paper towel.

I haven't tried to steam anything yet (fish, veggies).

Bottom line: I recommend this product.
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68 of 77 people found the following review helpful By studioprod. on December 9, 2012
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Although always learning, I'm pretty skilled in the kitchen and, with a ten-burner stove you might say I'm a bit overboard. One of the skills that's eluded me is making outstanding rice, especially as I try to cook with a wide variety of rice. About 70% of the time it came out well but there was a 30% failure rate -- usually from being distracted with other things.

For the past few years, I've been interested in a rice cooker. Naturally, there are those expensive ones appealing to a certain segment of the population but, for me the technology of the rice cooker seemed simple enough. Being satisfied with another Aroma appliance, a twin-basket deep fryer, I felt emboldened to purchase their rice cooker (I also knew it comes with Amazon's iron-clad guarantee).

I expect the $200+ cookers come with a nicely printed color brochure, but using this is so straghtforward that we can dispense with the glossy photos of ecstatic models. In truth, this has all the bells and whistles of the expensive ones. Most important seems to be the 'fuzzy logic' that drives the timing. It's only natural that i should be somewhat fuzzy about what Fuzzy Logic is but here's my take on it. Somehow, the machine figures out the perfect cooking time for the particular type of rice you are cooking.

There is a difference between the cooking of jasmine, basmati, gold canilla and short-grain sticky rice. Evidently, the fuzzy logic chip figures this out and all I needed to do was put in the rice (pre-washed, as I always do it) and the water, close it up, turn it on and press the White Rice button. It beeps when ready and will hold the rice at an ideal heat for hours after, so there's none of the last minute rushing. Hot, perfectly cooked rice is there when you need it.
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332 of 409 people found the following review helpful By ZP on May 5, 2012
As far as the cheaper rice cookers go, this one is pretty much everywhere. I was happy with it for maybe 6 months, then two things happened. One's a minor nuisance, the other is the major concern that made me ditch it:

1) It started burning the rice. Keep in mind, I had been using it normally for a few months and knew how to operate it....I just had to start measuring the time myself, knowing that if I didn't stop it at a certain interval, the rice would burn. So mine went bad quickly, but that doesn't mean the product itself is lousy - maybe it was a one-off case.

2) The larger concern was that every time I dried it with a towel or cloth, this horrendous black chemical coating would come off. Every time. After 3 months, after six months, after a year, that black stuff was rubbing off A LOT after every single wash. Of course, if it comes off there, it comes off in the food. I asked myself if I really wanted to be slowly poisoning myself with some toxic made-in-China chemical garbage. Nope....I'll shell out the bigger bucks for the Zojirushi or whatever it's called. Look, this is a lower-end rice cooker in terms of its pricing, so maybe it's unfair to expect it to not be built this way because of economics. But even if there's a .01% chance it'll contribute to some kind of health problem for me in the future, this is not a place where I want to save money.

PS (Update)> After doing A LOT of research, I found that while Zojirushi is excellent, it still carries a kind of Teflon coating. In theory, it won't be bad for you unless it reaches a certain very high temperature, but I didn't want to take my chances (e.g., it can start to flake off with the years, and there's a lot of medical research on the issues it can cause).
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59 of 72 people found the following review helpful By jdb1213 on December 19, 2011
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I have had the regular inexpensive rice cookers from wal-mart for years. They cooked rice fine, or so I thought. I wanted a rice cooker that looked attractive sitting out in the kitchen. I bought the Aroma ARC-150SB 20-Cup Digital Rice Cooker and Steamer. I expected a prettier appliance that does the same job. I was so surprised when I tasted my first bite of rice! The rice was cooked so well. It was fluffy, tender, not hard or mushy, but perfectly cooked. It cooks brown rice so well. The steamer is amazing. This appliance really steams quickly and well. It works just as well to cook rice and steam vegetables at the same time. This product really has impressed me enough to take the time to write this review. It was well worth the 30-some dollars I paid for it on Amazon.com. I checked e-bay and a bunch of other retailers and Amazon.com was by far the least expensive. And I got free shipping. It arrived with in two days of ordering. Great product, great shopping service, great price!
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