BLACK+DECKER RC866C 10-Cup Dry/20-Cup Cooked Rice Cooker, Black/Silver
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- Digital controls
- 20 cup capacity
- Cool touch handles
- Nonstick bowl
- Great for cooking rice
- NOTE: Please ensure to measure rice in the cup that comes along with the product ONLY
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|Item Dimensions||7.1 x 9.4 x 9.4 in||11.22 x 10.83 x 10.83 in||11.5 x 11.5 x 9.25 in||9.3 x 8.5 x 8.7 in|
|Material Type||Nonstick||Aluminum||Plastic||Stainless Steel|
|Size||—||Dimensions: 10.83 x 11.22 x 10.83 (Length x Width x Height)||16-cup||8-Cup|
20-Cup cooked rice capacity, Removable nonstick bowl, Removable steamer basket, Keep warm, Cook & keep warm indicator lights, Heavy-duty tempered glass lid, Lid hanger & condensation catcher, Measuring cup & serving scoop.
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1. Overcooks rice at the bottom even before the switch turns to warm.
2. While cooking the rice the boiling foam tries to come out of the lid.
3. This needed constant attention to prevent the rice from getting burnt. I had to mix the rice every minute to prevent it from getting burnt at the bottom.
4. The lid had to be opened and closed every now and then so that the boiling foam doesn't come out.
5. Doesn't save time as we end up paying attention while cooking.
6. Not the type of cooker that you can just switch it on and continue with your work.
7. Keeping the food in warm gets the food burnt at the bottom most layer.
I have given two stars because I am using this as idly cooker and that works fine.
The only thing I don't like (which is inherent to rice cookers, I suppose) is that it spews water when cooking, leaving a small ring of rice water on the counter. Fine if you remember to wipe it up right away, but if it dries (like while you're eating dinner), it can be a little hard to get off.
Overall, it's excellent at what it does. Cook rice... if you follow the instructions.