Sanyo ECJ-S35S 3-1/2-Cup Micro-Computerized Rice Cooker/Warmer with Bread-Baking Function, White
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- Rice cooker/warmer with micro-computerized technology
- Bread-baking function; multi-menu selections for one-touch cooking
- Nonstick inner pot; pre-soak option; reheat function; keep warm
- LCD clock and timer; measuring cup, instructions, and recipes included
- Measures approximately 11 by 9 by 8 inches
- NOTE: Please ensure to measure rice in the cup that comes along with the product ONLY
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Top Customer Reviews
I just used frozen bread dough (the one with 3 loaves in a bag). 1 loaf was a bit too big so I pinched off the end to make it smaller.
after 90 minutes I opened the lid it was all the way to the top. I then flip it over to brown the other side. Now the instruction says after 40 minutes you have to punch it down. Well, I didn't because I didn't hear the buzzer. But since it baked fine, I don't even bother to punch it down. It bakes fine without doing so. I used Pizza dough. What's great is that for a quick loaf, it won't heat up the whole kitchen. It doesn't use unnecessary eletricity(or gas) because you don't have to turn on the big oven. When we decide to have Italian, I just pop one piece of thawed dough. By the time the dinner is ready, bread is done. It doesn't produce dark crust, instead, it comes out with very light crust. Inside is so soft like steamed bun. It is so yummy. I also tried sweet roll dough with cinnamon, currant and sugar. It was great, too. I'm sure you can get really creative.
And by the way, it also cooks great rice, too. I used to own Zojirushi and I believe Sanyo cooks better rice than that. Not that Zojirushi is bad, it was an older model. This rice cooker's inner bowl is much thicker so that might be why....
Anyway, I am so glad I bought this.
Woo baby!! Now I am making bread, from scratch- every single night before I go to bed(or setting my alarm really early) because my family *loves* the bread this thing makes!! It's amazing really!
I make a loaf and it is gone before the day is over, guaranteed- it is so yummy and chewy. The crust is just crusty-perfect on the outside and the inside is soft and chewy. The kids love it for breakfast instead of toast- just straight out of the rice cooker with a little butter and homemade strawberry jam. My husband makes himself ham and cheese panini sandwiches which are the best ever with slices of the stuff.
So, the recipe book came with one recipe and I have played around and modified it slightly and ended up with the following which seems to be a hit with the whole family:
In my food processor I mix together
*2 cups of white flour and
*a package of quick-acting yeast- (I prefer quick-acting but have also used red star yeast that I get in a big package from a large club store but if you use regular yeast you should mix with a little of the scalded milk below that has been cooled to 90-110 degrees before adding at the end.Read more ›
This appliance is very easy to use. Unless you're programming it for a later start, you simply pour in the appropriate amounts of rice and water, select the kind of rice from the menu button, and press the start button. That's it. I usually prepare white Jasmine rice, and cook time is roughly 45 minutes. I used to be able to cook this rice on the stove top in roughly 25 minutes, so at first I was a bit concerned about the longer cook time. However, it's turned out to work just fine. The value of a rice cooker like this Sanyo is that you can put in the rice & water, turn it on and walk away. When preparing on the stove top, I couldn't leave it unattended. So now when I come home from work, I can get the rice started and then go walk the dogs or begin prepping the rest of the meal. It's really convenient. The keep warm function is also helpful. If I'm not done with the other elements of the meal, it automatically switches into the keep warm mode until I'm ready.
The quality and taste of the rice is excellent. While I was happy with the rice I prepared on the stove, I think this is better. Clean up is very easy. It is truly a non-stick pot. I simply wash the removable inner pot and inner lid in warm sudsy water and wipe down the rice cooker. It's really easy and quick.
I would recommend this to anyone who is looking at a rice cooker. This model (ECJ-S35S) can cook up to 3-1/2 "cups" of uncooked rice, which is plenty for my wife and me. If you have a bigger family, you may want to consider a larger capacity model -- especially since the price is not too much different.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Loved it for the first year - then the planned obsolescence kicked in.
We liked this very much a first, it does the job when new, and has good features. Read more
Cleaning the steam vent causes the metal looking cover to come off the lid. Kinda sad. Also, wish it was easier to clean the inside rim easier next to the lid. Read morePublished 7 months ago by mood!
The rice cooker works great but there is no way to order a replacement bowl after the non-stick coating wears off of the inner pot. Ours lasted 5 years.Published 12 months ago by Annathea
I have had this for years and it is fine. I use it about 1 time per week. I am not a rice aficionado, but I am satisfied. Read morePublished 16 months ago by bethellenwatermellon
The inside ti felon coated metal bowl is pilling off. Where can I buy the parts to replace bowl, not to buy new rice cooker? Read morePublished 18 months ago by Kenneth C.
What would I do without it, seriously? I love the details micro-computerized mode; you can cook almost anything in it. It's compact and silent.Published 21 months ago by Athanase Chantal
I loved this rice cooker. It's a bit small but it cooked rice so nicely and it tasted really good. I unfortunately brought it to China with me and my sister plugged it in the wrong... Read morePublished 23 months ago by lovelybooks4you
It's one of the best rice cookers out there! The moisture and taste of the rice makes all the difference when using this great rice cooker compared to the others. Read morePublished on January 12, 2014 by mike