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Oster 4722 3-Cup uncooked resulting in 6-Cup cooked Rice Cooker with Steaming Tray, Red
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- Cooks a variety of food including rice, soup, fondou and more
- Prepares up to 6 cups of cooked rice. Holds 3 cups of dry rice.
- Includes 1-liter steaming tray
- Automatic keep warm feature
- Integrated one touch operation
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|Dimensions||9.5 inches x 9.25 inches x 10.25 inches||8.7 inches x 8.5 inches x 9.3 inches||7.4 inches x 8.66 inches x 8.66 inches||8.1 inches x 11.1 inches x 10.4 inches|
|Material||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Plastic||Glass|
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These are the things I like;
1. No plastic. This was important for me. Both the bottom rice cooker and the steamer tray are metal. The lid is glass.
2. Nice and compact. I cook for my wife and myself, so I don't something huge, and of course storage space is always limited. The steamer tray is small; on the other hand, the manual claims that this can cook up to 5 cups of rice.
3. Easy cleanup. Yes some of the rice made a gooey mess in the bottom, but a little soaking took it all right out.
5. Multi-purpose. I have used it once so far, and here's what I did. I put some brown rice in the bottom rice cooker, and some salmon, broccoli and cauliflower in the steamer tray. The manual says nothing about steaming anything other than veggies, but I thought I'd try it. The result: Excellent. The salmon was cooked to perfection, and so were the vegetables. So I had a complete, tasty, and healthy meal, all in one cooker, and so long as I was prepared to let the bowl and the tray soak for a bit, cleanup was a breeze. Oh and you can make soups, stews, etc. instead of cooking rice. It's not a large-capacity cooker but it would make plenty of stew for two people.
Things I don't like:
1. No timer. It apparently senses when the steam is gone, and then switches to "warmer" mode automatically. The only control is a switch that goes from "cook" to "warmer." This also means that you have to unplug it to turn it off, though that doesn't bother me.
That's about the only thing I have to carp about so far. It didn't bubble or spit at all.Read more ›
Since moving to the mountains of Colorado, its taken me years to adjust to the lowered the boiling point due to the higher elevation (8300')... it takes more time (add ~10-20min) and the dry climate means using more water (for a 1 cup of dry rice, takes ~2.5+ cups water rather than 2cups). Still, there have been many times when rice just didn't work out the way I wanted.
So I mentioned that it would be nice to have a rice cooker and let it deal with the cook time. Of course I had done some research, and when this came in the mail as a present, I was a little nervous since Oster's seem to get so-so reviews. Well, I cooked my typical basmati rice, a 1/2 cup dry and added my typical 1c water plus extra, put lid on, pressed the button and went to do something else.
A lot of reviewers mention how the rice on the bottom gets over-cooked, sometimes brown or burnt. Some reviewers like the crunchiness, some hate it. Well, the directions tell you to stir the rice - especially the bottom of the cooker after 15 minutes. Sure enough, the rice at the bottom was starting to stick. I scraped it all loose, added another 1/4 cup water, chopped it up a little, put the lid on, and let fate take its course. Would the rice by a burnt mess? 20 minutes later we had the best sticky rice we've ever had!
Plus it seemed to cook faster. And I really liked that it went to 'warm' mode automatically. One major drawback: It spewed hot sticky water up under the lid and through the vent all over the kitchen but once we wiped the lid off (without picking up the lid), it settled down.Read more ›
It cooks quickly, cleans easily, and can steam vegetables or meat so you don't have to dirty two appliances for dinner.
I have two gripes about it though. First one is the bowl sitting on the heating element is held down by the lid and food inside. Sometimes if I lift the lid to stir, the bowl pops up and off the heating element and the switches go from Cooking to Keep Warm. Then you must reset it and risk burning the food if you aren't watching. The second is that there is no cookbook or recipes in with the appliance. First appliance I've bought that didn't at least have a handful of recipes in the instruction guide. You're left to pretty much guess the times and amounts for most of the cooking.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is the second one I've had, the first I had to leave in another state due to size. I'm a fan, it's a little slow, but it saves me dishes and energy.Published 11 hours ago by E. Mitchell
This is a vital kitchen tool for the domestically challenged cook. I've tried several rice cooking techniques to no avail. Read morePublished 18 hours ago by K
Perfect rice every time. Never scorch even when left warming by mistake for 7 hours.Published 20 hours ago by Bettye C Crawford
I bought this for a friend that eats rice every day. He just loves it.Published 1 day ago by Priscilla Branham
Works great, can feed two or three adults a very healthy meal. It can cook rice, pasta, soup, steam chicken, fish, veggies.. Perfect for a small house hold and well priced!Published 2 days ago by Nas Moe
fantastic cooker, just the right size. works flawlessly ! highly recommend this cooker.Published 3 days ago by james clipperton
I'm not impressed. I bought this but ended up buying my Rival 10 cup again. This one doesn't have buttons to distinguish if white/brown rice, steam, or keep warm. Read morePublished 3 days ago by C. Wilson
This cooker is great! I've never been good at cooking rice on the stove, so a cooker that has a built in timer is great! Read morePublished 6 days ago by N.M.