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Aroma Housewares 6-Cup (Cooked) (3-Cup UNCOOKED) Pot Style Rice Cooker and Food Steamer (ARC-743-1NGB)
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- Aroma is the #1 rice cooker brand in the US.
- Capacity: Yields up to 6 cups of COOKED rice (approx. 6 servings).
- Simple one-touch: Cook, Steam and automatic Keep Warm.
- Quick tip: Steams vegetables and meat even while simultaneously cooking rice
- Included accessories: steam tray, rice measuring cup and serving spatula.
- NOTE: Please ensure to measure rice in the cup that comes along with the product ONLY
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|Dimensions||8.1 inches x 11.1 inches x 10.4 inches||9.4 inches x 9.4 inches x 14.2 inches||10.83 inches x 10.83 inches x 11.22 inches||8.7 inches x 8.5 inches x 9.1 inches|
|Item Weight||6 pounds||5.45 pounds||8.15 pounds||3.18 kilograms|
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Only caveats ive learned is that
a) you cant cook 3 cups of "real" basmati type rice without it reaching lid. I turned the steamer upside down and put lid on that as temporary measure. Rice came out just fine, but you cant easily stir it after it goes to warm mode to fluff it up while it cools down/cooks more because its reached the top of pot.
b) you must absolutely rinse out the rice a couple times so the water is near clear so you dont get all that froth. (guess all the complaining about spilling is about that. i cheated once and didnt rinse... ofcourse it says this in manual.
Cooks rice great, easy to clean, looks very nice and its tiny.
Also, Aroma sells replacement parts unlike other manufactures. (including the non-stick inner pot) ( $6 each, i already ordered two to put in storage for when i drop/scratch them)
Like other reviewers have suggested, I rinse the rice (brown rice, brown jasmine and basmati so far) well several times. The one time I forgot this step, I had bubbling foaming mess all over the counter. Otherwise, if rinsed well, I did not have this issue. I did have to add a bit more liquid, otherwise the rice sticks to the bottom. I also give it a stir when much of the liquid is absorbed. That seems to help, too. The rice turns out fluffy and much better than in my old saucepan.
Unlike other reviewers though, I have used my rice cooker more for steaming veggies (as a single person, I only need to cook rice 1-2 times a week). Do not follow the steaming times in the included brochure...much too long and veggies come out like mush. I start by running the tap water until hot, then add to the bowl - otherwise the heat up time is much too long. I can steam a few cups of any vegetable with room to spare - -enough for 2-3 people. Broccoli takes about 5 minutes or less, green bean 7-9 minutes, and slices of sweet potato 1 inch thick take about 8 minutes. This is way easier than the old steamer basket. I like the design - it is a small rice cooker, but perfect for one or two people.Read more ›
This is my first rice cooker and I always wondered why anyone needed to use one, but now I see the light.
My only quibble, and it's no fault of the cooker really, is that there's an exhaust port/hole on the lid, allowing the pot to release the boiling pressure inside so there's no spill over. Unfortunately, it's literally a hole in the lid that will splatter water in the direction it's facing. I usually put down a dish rag to catch the excess water shooting out, because otherwise the surface you're cooking on will become messy.
Lastly, there's a faint burnt plastic smell coming off of the cooker when it's in use. I'm sure this will go away after a few more uses, and so far it's not affecting the flavor of the rice I'm making, so it shouldn't be a big deal. The lid, pot, and the plastic body all become very hot when you cook, so be prepared to wait a minute or two before touching them after the cooking nozzle switches over to warm (indicating that you're food is done) just in case you burn yourself on accident.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love this rice cooker. It's awesome how it steams on top! Made perfect potatoes yesterday. Nice and fluffy. Perfect.Published 12 hours ago by Bonnie Baker
I would not recommend. Have used only twice, and after the second use, realized the teflon on the inside of the pot was peeling off onto the rice as it cooked. Read morePublished 17 hours ago by Ryan Maloney
Bought for the boat and it works perfectly for rice and steel cut oats!Published 1 day ago by Bobbi
It works cook white rice and other types of rice, I hope it will last for a few years.Published 2 days ago by momd
We can just cook 1 and 1/2 cup and 3 cup uncooked as mentioned. 1 cup rice cooks well. If any extra water spills from lidPublished 3 days ago by Amazon Customer
I'm familiar with rice cookers and am not happy with this one. Rice burns on the bottom in spite of unplugging the cooker when finished cooking (not leaving it on warm). Read morePublished 4 days ago by Laura Carlos
You cannot beat this for one or two people and a small kitchen. So far I've used it for rice, steaming veges and dumplings and a smapp pot of soup.Published 4 days ago by softa_Larry