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Proctor Silex 10-Cup (Cooked) Rice Cooker, White (37533N)

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  • Makes 10 cups of cooked rice/5 cups of uncooked rice
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Style Name:10-Cup

Cooking rice has never been easier with this Proctor Silex rice cooker! It makes 10 cups of perfectly cooked rice and when the timer is up the automatic keep warm kicks in. Non Stick/ Dishwasher safe bowl & lid included. Model number on packaging may be listed as either 37533 or 32700Y. Product is identical.

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Style Name: 10-Cup
  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 10 x 7.7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B0013H3SOY
  • Item model number: 37533
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (64 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #70,999 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Make fluffy, delicious rice quickly and conveniently.

Proctor Silex rice cookers make hot, fluffy rice quickly and easily. These convenient and compact appliances take up little room on the countertop, yet cook up to ten cups of delicious rice and keep it warm until it's time to serve. With nonstick, removable bowls, cleanup is easier than cooking rice in a pot. Plus with an electric rice cooker, you set it and come back to perfectly cooked rice every time.

Measuring cup and rice paddle included

Automatic keep warm

Nonstick cooking pot & lid are top-rack dishwasher safe.

Makes every kind of rice

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Only when an appliance meets our exacting standards is it ready for the final proving ground – your home. This is where a new journey begins. We hope our products weave their way into your life, making it a little easier and more pleasurable. From the hot, cup of coffee or freshly blended smoothie you start your day with, to the slow cooked pot roast with its aroma that welcomes you after a busy day, let Proctor Silex help you create life simply.

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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Brian on December 4, 2007
Style Name: 10-Cup
I purchased this from Bed Bath & Beyond for $15! That was easily the best $15 I've ever spent on an appliance. I use it solely for cooking natural long grain brown rice, and it has come out perfect every time. It has a non-stick finish so clean up is as easy as it gets. The lid and cooking pot are dish washer safe, but I think you'd have to be pretty lazy not to take a whole 15 seconds to run it under some water. The non-stick works that good!

I usually cook about 1 cup of uncooked rice at a time. The instructions indicate about a 1-2 ratio of rice to water. But, I've found that a 1-1.5 ratio works better. I guess if you like your rice soggy, then use the 1-part rice to 2-part water method.

I saw a rice cooker for $179.99 at BB&B, and I can't imagine it doing any better than my $15 rice cooker. Best rice I've ever eaten.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By L. Crotty on January 7, 2010
Style Name: 10-Cup
I've been using this rice cooker for over a year, 3-4 times a week. Tonight's rice came out every bit as perfect as the batches made when I got it. It comes with its own scoop that you use to measure both rice and water, and a list of rice/water ratios for various types of rice. You add the rice, the water, and any flavorings you want, pop the lid on and click it over to cook, and leave it alone to do its thing. In about 30-45 minutes, depending on your type of rice, the cooker switches over to warm, and you have perfectly cooked rice.

The capacity for this rice cooker is half of what it states on the box, but in all honesty, I bought it because of its compact size and price and hadn't even noticed the "10 cup" capacity marked on the box until I read some of the reviews here when I came to buy another one for a gift. This cooker is perfectly sized for someone with a small kitchen or someone cooking for only 1 or 2 people. I get a generous portion of cooked rice, and some left over for lunch the next day. I love trying new rice varieties, mixing combinations of rices, quinoa, and lentils. This cooker will even cook broccoli florets while it cooks your rice.

I will admit to having a few instances of undercooked rice, but in every case, adding more water and switching to cook a bit longer solved the problem. I suspect that I didn't measure as accurately as I should have in the first place. The unit seems to work by sensing when the water has been used up and then the unit kicks over to warm.

I've had a few boil overs, but they've been infrequent, and usually only happen when I'm making a smaller batch. The direction book says to reduce the water by 1/3 when making small batches, and I've found that helps.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By An Amazon Shopper on June 4, 2010
Style Name: 10-Cup
I bought this rice cooker on a whim, thinking that since it was so cheap I wouldn't be out much if I hated it.

Turns out that it works fine. I do think it matters that the measurements given are using the `smaller than a full cup' measuring cup. If you measure things using a regular measuring cup, the unit still works fine, but boil over is probably more likely. (The measuring cup provided holds 3/4 cup, for what it's worth.)

The instructions say that to cook less than two cups of rice (i.e., two measures from the cup provided, a.k.a. 1 ½ cups), you should use about a third less water than called for in the recipe charts. I find this is true, and quite useful, since I seldom cook much rice at any one time.
It also seems to hold true for other recipes from other grains.

For example, to cook a half cup of dry, `old fashioned' style rolled oats, I add about 2/3 cup of water instead of the full cup called for.

The only time I wasn't wild about the cooker, I prepared a BIG batch of rice. Yes, it cooked a lot of rice, but it made a mess on the counter and on the lid of the rice cooker.

I've had mine for some time now, and it still works reliably and well.

I didn't give a five star review, because as others have noted, I'm not sure what unit of measure they use to come up with the supposed ten cups.

I've cooked a big batch of rice in the unit, and the fully cooked rice totally filled it. Was it ten standard measuring cups of rice? I kind of doubt it. (Plus, I wasn't that impressed with the quality of the cooked rice. )

I prefer to cook my rice til it's just tender and done, not mushy and soupy. With trial and a bit of error, I've learned to use less water than I think is necessary.

The unit I have does keep the rice hot for quite some time. Not sure how long, but long enough for a golden brown crust to form on the bottom of the pot if I leave it too long.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By DJM on January 2, 2012
Style Name: 8-Cup
This cooker doesn't make 8 cups of rice -- it makes 8 servings (by their definition) of rice, which is four six-ounce cups (cooked). Although I carefully followed the instructions, my cooker spits, and I have to wipe up quite a puddle of starchy water either during or after cooking. That being said, the cooker makes rice quite well. It takes about the same amount of time as making the rice on the stove top; but the cooker keeps the rice warm, so I can make it well ahead of time if I want to. The pot cleans up like a dream. The cooker is an easy-to-store small size. Overall, I'd much rather use this cooker than make the rice in a pan on the stove. If you're watching your pennies, don't need huge quantities of rice, and can put up with the spitting, then this is a decent choice for you.
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