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Black & Decker RC3303 3-Cup Rice Cooker

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  • 3-cup rice cooker with easy one-touch operation
  • Automatic keep-warm mode; handy indicator lights
  • Glass lid; removable nonstick pot for easy cleanup
  • Stay-cool handles; measuring cup and serving scoop included
  • Holds 3-cups of cooked rice, 1-1/2 cups of uncooked rice. Measures approximately 7-1/2 by 7-1/2 by 6-3/5 inches
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Height 6.58 inches 8.7 inches 7.4 inches 8.1 inches
Length 7.52 inches 8.5 inches 8.66 inches 11.1 inches
Width 7.52 inches 9.3 inches 8.66 inches 10.4 inches
Material Plastic Stainless Steel Plastic Nonstick Coating
Color White Silver White White
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Product Details

Size: 3 cups
Please read the User Manual for Instructions and Directions of Usage [PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 7.5 x 6.6 inches ; 2.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B002CVTT52
  • Item model number: RC3303
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (785 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Size: 3 cups

Take the guesswork out of making restaurant-quality rice at home with this easy-to-use rice cooker. The handy appliance offers a 3-cup rice capacity--great for one or two people or when making a side dish. Simply add dry rice, measure in the water, and turn the unit on with a press of the lever. Once the rice has cooked, the appliance automatically switches over to "keep warm" mode, which maintains an ideal serving temperature without over-cooking. In addition, the unit's removable nonstick pot ensures effortless food release and quick cleanup. Other highlights include "cook" and "keep warm" indicator lights, stay-cool handles, four stable feet, and a tempered-glass lid with a steam vent. A measuring cup and a serving scoop come included. The rice cooker measures approximately 7-1/2 by 7-1/2 by 6-3/5 inches.


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Customer Reviews

I live in a small apartment and this is the perfect size for one person.
Amazon Customer
I called the company and was asked to send back the plug first and wait for them to ship a new one to me.
apple
I only used the rice cooker a couple times a month.... I have had it 5 months and it has stopped working.
Amy Dunn

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

250 of 253 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on October 26, 2009
Size Name: 3 cups
Ever since I purchased this item, I've been using it almost every single day! It is extremely convenient and is a snap to use. I live in a small apartment and this is the perfect size for one person. I always cook 1 cup of uncooked rice and it is a hearty serving for one person. It is very easy to measure all your ingredients because the non-stick bowl has marked lines on the inside (1 cup, 2 cup, and 3 cup) to show you how much water to add. Clean-up is a breeze because of the non-stick bowl.

My favorite rice to make is jasmine rice with lots of lime juice, a little lemon juice, and cilantro. I add the rice to the non-stick bowl (1 cup uncooked). Then I add enough lime juice so that all of the rice is wet and soaking in it. Then I add just a little bit of lemon juice (1-2 tsp.). Then add a bit of butter and some salt. After rice is cooked, mix in 2 tsp. of cilantro and stir well. It's delicious and it's the only rice I ever make.

The only problem with this unit is that you have to check the rice occasionally during the cooking phase, otherwise the bottom of the rice will brown. It's not a catastrophe and is easily remedied. First off, let me just say that if the rice browns a bit, it only looks unpleasant. It still tastes just as good. To avoid this, you need to wait until the rice has absorbed almost all the water. Take off the lid and stir the rice thoroughly. Once the rice has absorbed most of the water, just switch the mode to "keep warm" manually (instead of waiting for it to click). Then occasionally stir the rice while you wait around 5-10 minutes (give or take). Once the rice has absorbed all the water, you can leave it on "keep warm". I like to switch the mode back to "cook" for around 3-4 minutes so that the rice gets nice and hot.
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158 of 164 people found the following review helpful By Twin Jalanugraha on January 29, 2010
Size Name: 3 cups Verified Purchase
I take this little rice cooker every where I fly, I've been a flight attendant for Delta for years and not every layover is "let's see where we can eat out tonight?" I enjoy bringing my own food and like to have it while I relax in my hotel room. I use this rice cooker to heat up my food/soup/oat meal/whatever, or making myself a bowl of hot noodle. It cooks rice perfectly and it will keep it warm overnight. It will work anywhere if there is a 110 volts, that means I bring my own transformer when I travel overseas. It's easy to clean and as long as I don't drop it on the floor, it keeps on cooking. You can say that my little rice cooker has many miles on it.......
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67 of 68 people found the following review helpful By Chris Fiorillo on November 9, 2011
Size Name: 3 cups Verified Purchase
Things I have made in this rice cooker:
- Oatmeal
- Hamburger
- Gumbo
- Chili
- Soup
- Curry
- Spaghetti Sauce
- Pulled Pork
- Scrambled Eggs
- Meatballs
- Ham, and of course
- Tilapia

I also routinely put random things with the rice (tofu, frozen veggies, frozen chicken). Is it restaurant quality? Probably not, but this baby has been going strong for a year. Here are the steps I followed to cook all of the above:
1. Put stuff in pot.
2. Press Button.

That is all. You/your kid going away to college? Must buy. The versatility is unbelievable.

Update:

- Bacon (not recommended. ugh)
- Chicken nuggets
- Hot Dog Bits
- Pasta
- Ramen (how could I forget you, ramen?!)

Edit: After several years I am saddened to announce the expiration of Rice Cooker (RC) 1.0. I have just replaced it with a younger and more clean-shaven version of itself, RC2.0, who has been inducted after producing rice and meatballs in spaghetti sauce with mozzarella cheese. A fantastic little dish for very little money produced by following the same directions as above, only wait until the selector switch moves to "KEEP WARM" before inserting the sauce and cheese and stirring a bit. Delicious.
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91 of 95 people found the following review helpful By John L on October 13, 2009
Size Name: 3 cups Verified Purchase
This makes just enough rice for two people. It takes about 35 minutes for white rice to completely cook. You put in the rice with tap water, and need to stir it once the water starts boiling. Then, after the cooking cycle is complete, let it steam for 10 minutes or so. It works great for my needs. I purposely wanted something small enough to sit on my counter and this fits the bill perfectly. Nice product. Good quality.
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61 of 63 people found the following review helpful By Georgia Mary on August 16, 2010
Size Name: 3 cups Verified Purchase
This is a great little rice cooker. I am the only rice eater in my house and prefer brown rice. I almost did not buy this little gem because of bad reviews - that would have been a terrible mistake. If you read the instructions before use, it tells you to clean the scale and plate in the inner pot before use or it will not work correctly. I made three cups of the most perfect brown rice I have ever had. No splatter, no clean up, it was great. For what it costs, you can't beat it. Don't listen to the bad reviews, but read your instructions. You will not be disappointed.
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104 of 117 people found the following review helpful By J. White on July 23, 2010
Size Name: 3 cups Verified Purchase
I don't like things that require lots of clean up after. I bought this so I could have rice cooking and not have to pay much attention to it if I was interrupted by kids etc. First time use, I did 1 cup measure of brown rice using the enclosed cup, and filled to the 1 mark line for water on the pot per the instructions. Clicked cook and went about cooking the rest of my meal. 10 minutes later and there is splattering of starchy water out of the little vent hole in the lid. Everywhere - for a 1 foot radius around the entire cooker. I unplugged it, cleaned it up, started again with only a half cup measure of rice, and water to the appropriate line. Same thing. Splatter everywhere. This time I had a towel underneath it and let the rice finish cooking. It was perfectly cooked at least.

I then attempted steel cut oatmeal overnight using the Warm function. That did not splatter and made for creamy wonderful oatmeal first thing in the morning. Right now I am doing a 1/4 cup measure of barley with water to the 1/2 mark line (since barley requires a little more water than rice). It's splattering on Cook.

I think this will be delegated to only oatmeal or other hot cereals on Warm. The Cook function causes the boil-over or splattering and therefore clean up. Not sure if I'll be trying another rice cooker.

UPDATE (Oct 2013):
This cooker lasted me about 4 months. The splatter never went away, and I decided not to invest in a new one. I now bake my rice with really good results.
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