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Aroma Simply Stainless 3-Cup(Uncooked) 6-Cup (Cooked) Rice Cooker, White
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- Perfectly prepares 2 to 6 cups of any variety of cooked rice
- 100% surgical-grade 304 stainless steel cooking pot
- Simple, one-touch operation with automatic Keep-Warm
- Great for soups, jambalaya, chili and so much more!
- Easy-to-clean, removable inner pot
- Includes Rice Measuring Cup and Serving Spatula
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Capcity: 6-cup cooked rice
It comes with..
- measuring cup
- serving spatula
Aroma Simply Stainless 6-Cup (Cooked) Rice Cooker
It's simple. It's stainless.
It does more than just restaurant-quality cooked rice. This convenient appliance is also great for cooking deliciously easy oatmeal, soup, stew, chili and more. The cooking pot is made completely of surgical grade 304 stainless steel.
- One switch to cook
- Automatically switch to keep-warm
|Aroma Simply Stainless Rice Cooker, ARC-753SG||Aroma Pot Style Rice Cooker and Food Steamer, ARC-743-1NGR||Aroma Professional Digital Rice Cooker, Food Steamer and Slow Cooker, ARC-616SB||Aroma Professional Cool Touch Rice Cooker, Food Steamer and Slow Cooker, ARC-2000ASB|
|Average Customer Review||4.5 Stars/1,033 reviews||4 Stars/1,956 reviews||4.5 Stars/61 reviews||4.5 Stars/62 reviews|
|Size (cooked rice)||6 cup||6 cup||12 cup||20 cup|
|Includes Rice Measuring Cup and Serving Spatula||✓||✓||✓||Yes. It also includes a soup ladle and recipe booklet|
|Includes steam tray||-||✓||✓||✓|
Enjoy easy home cooking with the Aroma Simply Stainless 6-Cup (Cooked) Rice Cooker. Restaurant-quality rice. Healthy steamed meals. Delicious one-pot dishes. Prepare all this and more at the flip of a switch! Aroma takes the "cook" out of home cooking - turning kitchen time into your time! Help the kids with homework, get creative at play time or pick up that novel you've been waiting to dive into. All while delivering hot, hearty and healthy meals the entire family will love. This convenient cooker's compact capacity perfectly cooks 2 to 6 cups of any variety of rice. Once the rice has finished, it will automatically switch to Keep-Warm so there's no need for monitoring or stirring. It's also perfect for oatmeal, chili, jambalaya, soups and so much more! The cooking pot is made completely of surgical-grade 304 stainless steel for worry-free cooking and superior results. And when the cooking is done, the inner cooking pot and all accessories remove for easy cleanup in the dishwasher. Rice Measuring Cup and Serving Spatula included. Steam Tray sold separately.
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My mom always had this Japanese stick-resistant teflon/plastic cooker with the flowery designs on the outside. Eventually, rice stuck to this kind of rice cooker any way, and my mom had to scrape to wash the rice off to the point that the cooking pot just didn't seem safe to me to continue cooking with it as most of the stick-resistant coating has peeled or scraped off from years of washing. I decided to buy a new cooker for my mom that was safe health-wise by going with stainless steel.
When the Aroma Simply Stainless 20-cup cooked rice cooker arrived, my mom and I thought it was a nice cooker because of the simple and clean looking design. We were excited. So, we cleaned the rice, place the rice into the cooking pot, placed the pot into the cooker. Within minutes, we were disappointed. The rice cooker spewed hot steamy gooey water every where just as reviewers claimed it would do. Gooey water was all over the floor, the counter top and all over the glass cover of the cooker. Mom insisted on returning this new cooker and go back to the old cooker. I did not want to return it due to having to repack everything and contacting Amazon and dealing with shipping, etc.; and I wanted this cooker to work for us because it was the healthy alternative. However, I needed to convince my mom to keep this cooker and resolve the problem of spewing water. Then, a light bulb came to mind. I told mom that when she's ready to cook the rice, just put a light dry cloth over the opening of the cover. This will allow the rice to cook with the steam continuing to come out of the cover hole, but it would prevent the steamy water from spewing out, and it worked. The cloth over the cover controlled the spewing of gooey water and the rice cooked nicely. Mom was happy to keep the cooker until she discovered another issue.
Mom found that the rice was burning at the bottom of the cooking pot, and mom did not like the idea of having to soak the pot over night in water, so that the burned rice would come off easily. I thought we had to return the cooker due to this issue, but mom soon discovered that if she immediately unplugs or shut off the cooker the moment the cooker signals that the rice is cooked, there isn't much burning at the bottom of the pot, and she can clean it the night of the cooking. Other reviewers have suggested lining a thin layer of oil on the stainless steel pot before putting the rice in to prevent the rice from burning onto the pot for easy cleaning.
Anyway, mom has now gotten to like this stainless steel rice cooker a lot. She knows it's healthier/safer than other types (aluminum or teflon/plastic) of rice cookers. The rice comes out well-cooked with the right level of softness/firmness and taste like rice you get at restaurants. She likes the fact that the cooker makes a sound to let you know that the rice is done cooking. So, she unplugs or shuts off the cooker immediately after it is done cooking (never leaving the warmer on). She leaves a light dry cloth on top of the cover when ever she starts cooking, and no more water is spewing. She's gotten used to the routine and now loves this cooker enough that when I asked if she wants to return to the old teflon cooker, she said no, she likes this stainless cooker much better. So, yes, reviewers who gave this cooker a low rating is telling the truth, but there are ways to resolve the issues of this cooker if you just take a moment to think about them. High raters are also telling the truth, I like the taste of the rice from this cooker and I feel better.
Since many users comment about rice sticking to the bottom of their rice cookers, this is the method that I've been using for years. First, I rinse the rice (in my new Japanese rice washing bowl--OK the bowl is new). I pour a very small amount of olive oil on the bottom of the inner pot and use my fingers to get it to cover the entire bottom. Add rice, then water, then cook.
This is the part that I think keeps it from not sticking--when the button moves from the cooking to the keep warm position (you can hear it pop), I remove the inner pot with lid on and let it finish off the heat. After about 15 minutes, I fluff the rice with the included paddle (previously I had used a fork) and the rice is perfect.
For grains, white rice, and brown rice, there is an instruction booklet for grains to water ratio. For white rice, you can also add the measured rice (they provide a rice measuring "cup," which is ¾ standard cup) into the inner pot then fill with water to the inner pot markings for 1, 2, or 3 cups.
Stainless steel is a good weight. Doesn't take up much space. Rice was PERFECT--did not stick or burn. Bamboo paddle, rice measuring cup, and instruction booklet are included. Excellent product and does great job.
***Update. I've now used this at least a half a dozen times for brown rice, quinoa, and buckwheat (whole kasha) and it's performed as well as the first time I used it. I'm very happy with this cooker.
- Many good reviews
- Stainless steel, can cook 2 cups easily, and up to 7 if needed.
- Doesn't burn rice at the bottom of the pot.
- When cooking just two cups of (uncooked) rice, scalding rice water spurts everywhere. Can't imagine what it would be like to cook more!
For ~$60 more, I am getting a pressure-cooker / rice-cooker by Instapot. Recommend that route over this format of rice cooker.
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