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Oster 3071 Smart Digital 10-Cup uncooked resulting in 20-Cup cooked Rice Cooker, Brushed Stainless Steel
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- 20-Cup digital Rice cooker automatically adjusts temperature
- 5 cooking functions: white Rice, Brown Rice, steam, breakfast, and soup
- Keep-warm mode; delay timer; air-tight locking lid; removable nonstick inner pot
- Steam tray, Rice Paddle, rice-paddle holder clip, and measuring cup included
- Measures 10-1/2"x 11"x11"
- 20-cup digital rice cooker automatically adjusts temperature
- 5 cooking functions: white rice, brown rice, steam, breakfast, and soup
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|Item Dimensions||11 x 10.5 x 11 in||11.22 x 10.83 x 10.83 in||10.2 x 9.3 x 10 in||9.3 x 8.5 x 8.7 in||11.5 x 12.63 x 10 in||11 x 16 x 10.6 in|
|Material Type||Stainless Steel||Aluminum||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Plastic|
|Size||—||Dimensions: 10.83 x 11.22 x 10.83 (Length x Width x Height)||14 cup||8-Cup||4 quart||10 Cup|
Brushed stainless steel housing with cool touch black locking lid. 20 cups finished rice capacity (10 cups uncooked rice). The "smart" digital panel adjusts the cooking temperature accordingly to create the perfect rice every time. Digital housing unit with 5 easy-to-use programmable cooking features include white rice, brown rice, steam, breakfast and soup. Steam tray included. Air tight locking lid locks in delicious juicy flavors. Delay timer allows you to customize your start time. Removable non stick inner pot makes clean up easy.
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I was a little hesitant to buy a rice cooker made by Oster because I read some reviews on their other rice cookers where people were complaining about burnt rice. I made rice in it the day I got the cooker and the rice came out perfect, no burnt rice! I have not used the steamer basket yet so can't say too much about it. The lid stays cool. The sides get a tad warm from the heat but it is not hot enough to burn your hand.
Some things to consider but they do not really bother me: the power cord is a little on the short side but it is fine if you have the rice cooker right by the power outlet (or you can use an extension cord). I like the short cord since my other rice cooker had a long cord and the thing was just piled up behind the rice cooker. The owner's manual is a little skimpy. If you want/need some recipe suggestions, you won't find them here. Krups includes recipes in their owner's manual which is actually a book, not a fold out thing.
All in all, I think this is a good buy and a nice unit for the price (difference of approx $30 between the two models I was looking at).
Although it met my requirements on features, I am terribly disappointed in its performance. The included booklet provided guidance on how to make rice but has no mention of cooking times. Perhaps that was left that out on purpose. All my previous rice cookers could complete a pot of Jasmine rice in 20 minutes or so. My new Oster unit takes 45-60 minutes to cook the same rice! I have noticed that the Oster rice cooker does NOT get as hot and produces far less steam from its vent as compared to my Aroma rice cooker. I suspect that the Oster unit is cooking at a lower wattage, kind of like cooking in a 600 watt microwave oven vs an 1100 watt.
I would have returned this cooker however I haven't found another the met the other requirements and those are more important to me. I just have to allow for the extra cooking time. I'm not much of a brown rice fan but if it takes an hour for white rice, I would allow at least two hours for brown rice.