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Panasonic SR-G06FG Automatic 3.3 Cup (Uncooked) Rice Cooker (Silver)

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  • Make up to 3 Cups of uncooked rice with One-step Automatic cooking and shutoff, Just press the button and ready to go,
  • See-thru glass lid for easy viewing, Non-stick coated Aluminum Pan, 310 Watts of Power Consumption
  • This model is not recommended for Brown Rice and it is recommended to clean rice before cooking in a separate pan and not in included pan
  • Accessories include: Measuring Cup and Rice Scoop, Multi-Lingual (English, French, Spanish, Korean, Chinese) Operating Instruction Manual
  • Measures: 9 5/8" (W) x 7 3/4" (D) x 8 1/4" (H), 2.6 lbs, Silver
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  • Product Dimensions: 9.3 x 9.3 x 7.3 inches ; 1 pounds
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  • ASIN: B0009E3F68
  • Item model number: SRG06FG
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (452 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Automatic Rice Cooker

Conquer a variety of culinary endeavors with help from Panasonic's automatic rice cooker. Create light, fluffy, restaurant-quality rice--perfect for side dishes or stir-fries. Or make sticky rice for rolling sushi, Spanish rice for enchilada night, or hearty wild rice to add to a tossed green salad--or even creamy rice pudding with cinnamon sprinkled on top for dessert. The small electric appliance takes care of cooking the rice, so that busy moms and dads can focus on getting the rest of the meal prepared and on the table.

Control panel
One-touch operation, plus indicator lights. (Model SR-G10G shown.)
Cook up to 20 Cups of Rice

Panasonic's automatic rice cookers come in four useful sizes. Choose from a 3-cup, 6-cup, 10-cup, or 20-cup cooked-rice capacity--great for single people and small families or for larger-size families or for those who love to entertain.

Removable inner pot
Nonstick removable inner pan
for effortless food release and quick cleanup.
(Select models. Model SR-G06FG shown.)
Glas lid
See-through tempered glass lid for safe, easy monitoring. (Model SR-G10G shown.)

Novice or pro--any home chef will appreciate the convenience of having a little extra help in the kitchen. Simply add rice to the cooker, pour in the measured amount of water, secure the lid, and press the lever to start cooking--it takes care of the rest. The rice cooker's inner aluminum cooking pan heats quickly for fast, even heating, while its glass lid traps in heat, moisture, and nutrients, plus allows for at-a-glance monitoring (no need to remove the lid).

When cleaning the rice before cooking, do not wash the rice in the cooker pan. For best results, it is recommended that a separate pan be used for cleaning the rice.

One-Step Automatic Cooking

The rice cooker automatically cooks the rice for the correct amount of time, then shuts off automatically for excellent results. Even more, the 10-cup and 20-cup units automatically switch over to a Keep Warm mode, which keeps the rice hot and delicious--and ready to serve--for up to four hours, without over-cooking. A nonstick coating on the removable inner cooking pan (most models) helps prevent cooked rice from sticking to the sides and the bottom and makes cleanup a snap.

Rice scoop, steam basket, and measuring cup included. (Select models. See chart for details.)

Other highlights include a handy "cooking" indicator light, stay-cool lid and side handles for safe transport, secure feet to keep the cooker raised up above countertop surfaces, and a sleek, modern design that will be sure to compliment any kitchen decor.

A measuring cup comes included, as well as a rice scoop (all sizes, except for the 10-cup cooker), and a steaming basket (20-cup cooker only) for steaming seafood or fresh vegetables while simultaneously cooking rice. Leave the rice cooker out for easy access throughout the week or store it compactly away between uses. A welcome addition to any busy kitchen, Panasonic's line of automatic rice cookers make a great gift idea and carry a one-year limited manufacturer's warranty.

Choose from 4 Convenient Sizes

Automatic Rice Cookers
Cooked Rice Capacity
Up to 3 cups
Up to 6 cups
Up to 10 cups
Up to 20 cups
Inner Cooking Pan
Nonstick-coated aluminum
Heavy-duty aluminum
Nonstick-coated aluminum
See-through glass lid
Automatic cooking and automatic shut-off
Keep-Warm Time
4 hours
Indicator Lights
Cooking and keep warm
Measuring cup
Rice scoop
Measuring cup
Measuring cup
Rice scoop
Steaming basket
Multi-Lingual Operating Instructions
English and Chinese
English, Chinese, Korean, French, and Spanish
Good Housekeeping Seal
Power Supply
120 AC; 60Hz
Power Consumption
Cooking: 200 watts
Cooking: 310 watts
Cooking: 450 watts
Keep warm: 44 watts
Cooking: 650 watts
Keep warm: 45 watts
Dims &
W x D x H (inches)
8-1/4 x 6-5/16 x 6-5/16
9-5/8 x 7-3/4 x 8-1/4
10-3/4 x 11-5/16 x 9-3/8
12-13/16 x 10-1/2 x 10-1/16
1-year limited from manufacturer, plus additional 1-year limited from Good Housekeeping (2 years total)

Customer Reviews

It's easy to use and very easy to clean up after.
Sea Smith
It makes the perfect amount for a single person or a small family.
Cooks the rice to perfection every time, including brown rice!

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

469 of 473 people found the following review helpful By feminaformosa VINE VOICE on January 5, 2006
This is a really great, basic rice cooker. It doesn't have the bells and whistles of the more expensive rice cookers (no warming feature, no different settings, etc.), but it works well for cooking rice, it's compact, and reasonably priced. Prior to buying this one, we had another basic model made by another company that broke. We replaced with an identical one, and it broke as well. After going through two rice cookers, we decided to pay $5 more to get a different brand- this Panasonic. We have had no problems with it, and we also like the non-stick pot. With our old rice cooker, the rice would stick to the bottom of the pot, so we couldn't eat all of it. The Panasonic doesn't have this problem, so we can make smaller quantities of rice without wasting most of it. I have made white rice, brown rice, and quinoa in the rice cooker, and all have turned out well.

Update: July 2013- still going strong, although the non-stick coating is starting to show its age.
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181 of 186 people found the following review helpful By Brian T. Yamabe on March 15, 2006
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Great small, basic rice cooker. Our old rice cooker had a 3 cup minimum which was overkill for a family of 3, especially when we started eating fewer carbs. This cooker makes 1-2 cups with no fuss.
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164 of 179 people found the following review helpful By A. Shavit on January 9, 2008
I really enjoyed using this rice cooker to cook brown rice. It also works amazingly well with oatmeal, it automatically adjusts the cooking time to ~5 min. I also made Quinoa and Amaranth in it. And was always happy with the results.

The cons, the nonstick coating pealed off around the volume markings after less than a year. and you don't want the aluminum to be in contact with your food during cooking. So even though you will be good with just changing the part of the rice cooker that holds the food during cooking, these are hard to find. so I consider the lifespan of the utensil to be under a year.

Tip 1, don't add all the water for the recipe with the rice, that may cause the water to overflow during cooking, instead add the water after the cooker shuts off, it will taste the same.

Tip 2, nutritionally speaking add some legumes to your grains for a better nutritional content for your meal.

Thanks for reading my review, adam
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57 of 60 people found the following review helpful By Jon Voskuil on December 28, 2008
This simple, compact cooker makes great rice. But the instructions are unclear, incomplete, and filled with typos. Here's what they should say.

1. Using the included measuring scoop, measure 1, 2, or 3 level scoops of uncooked rice into a strainer. (The scoop is 3/4 cup. If you've lost it, use a measuring cup to measure 3/4, 1-1/2, or 2-1/4 cups of rice.)

2. Rinse the rice in the strainer under cold running water.

3. Dump the rinsed rice into the cooker pan.

4. Add cold water to the pan so it just reaches the 1, 2, or 3 cup mark on the side of the pan. For example, if you used 2 scoops of rice, add water to the 2 cup mark.

5. Place the pan in the cooker, put the lid on, plug in the cooker, and press down the switch to turn it on.

6. After the Cook light goes out, wait 15 minutes for the rice to finish cooking.

7. Gently stir the rice, and serve.
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36 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Jeanine L. Yows on February 6, 2007
I've had a National rice cooker for over 20 years that still works fine but has an aluminum pan. Wanted something a little smaller and non-stick. I believe Panasonic acquired National so thought I would try one of their cookers.

Received it yesterday and decided to test it right off the bat. I make a mixture of brown rice and barley, and after reading all the reviews, decided to just put in 1.5 cups of rice and 3 cups water. I have always rinsed my rice first so did that as well. Used my own measuring cups (not the one included with the cooker)and room temperature to cold water (which was necessary with my National). Plugged it in and hit the switch-I couldn't believe how quickly it cooked! It came out great with just a touch of browning on the bottom. That might have been due to 1)the grains were on the old side so might have needed more water and 2)I left the rice in the cooker longer than I usually do because I thought it might be a little undercooked.

Very pleased with my purchase-nice compact size, makes the right amount for two people and did a great job in a short amount of time.
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42 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Axxiom on August 16, 2006
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Works just fine. It's simple and basic, and good for cooking small quantities of rice. Just right for 2, or maybe up to 4, people. The non-stick coating makes for easy cleanup. And since it doesn't have a "warm" feature, there's even less chance of rice sticking to the bottom. The warm feature isn't really needed, since one is likely to use up what's been cooked during one's meal, before the rice gets cold.

Sometimes, while cooking, the rice water will foam up and sputter out the side.

Well, some varieties of rice DO create more foam than others.

I don't think foaming is the fault of the rice cooker; rice just tends to foam while cooking. Try rinsing the rice several times before cooking. That usually reduces the amount of foam. Some people even soak the rice for a while before cooking, but this can be a nuisance if time is an issue.

This IS a rather small cooker, so cooking 2 or more cups of uncooked rice will be more likely to cause some sputtering, although, once again, the variety of rice that you cook and whether you rinse the uncooked rice a few times first makes the difference between sputtering out or not. But really, it's not a big deal if it does!

I paid just $21.85 for it from Amazon, and since the total was over $25(I ordered another item along with this cooker), I had it sent via Super Saver, which meant no shipping charge.

A really good rice cooker at a really good price!
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