Rosewill RHRC-13001 5.5 Cup Uncooked Fuzzy Logic Rice Cooker and Food Steamer, White
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- 700W, 1.0L, 5.5 cups(Uncooked)
- LCD display, digital control, plastic body
- Inner pot with non-stick coating
- Multi-function options: precise cooking, fast cooking, small quantity rice cooking, porridge, stewing small pot rice, reheating, soup, steaming and soaked rice
- 8 pre-programmed modes: Regular, Quick, Cake, Porridge, Soup, Steam, Brown(Clay Pot rice), Reheat
- NOTE: Please ensure to measure rice in the cup that comes along with the product ONLY
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From the manufacturer
Cook restaurant-quality rice with the Rosewill 5.5 Cup Rice Cooker
Cook Healthier Rice
Three-dimensional heating balances the heat evenly for perfect cooking results, while the steam controlling technology protects from leaks, keeping the rice moist and nutritious
You can choose from precise cooking, fast cooking, small quantity rice cooking, porridge, stewing small pot rice, reheating, soup, steaming, and soaked rice, according to different rice species. It controls cooking process independently.
Non-stick Cooking Pan
The thick black inner pot, with a non-sticking coating, is durable to use and easy to clean.
LCD Display, Scoop, and Measuring Cup
The LCD display lets you check the cooking status at a glance, and the included measuring scoop and measuring cup eliminates annoying guesswork. A plastic steamer is also included.
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|Item Dimensions||10.1 x 14 x 8.5 in||10.6 x 13.9 x 8.4 in||8.5 x 10.1 x 14 in||8 x 14 x 10 in||13.9 x 10.2 x 7.8 in||10.1 x 15.4 x 8.6 in|
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|Size||5.5 Cup (Uncooked)||5.5-Cup||1.0 Liter||1.0 Liter||5-Cup||1.0 Liter|
Cooks up to 11 cups of restaurant-style rice and utilizes a three-dimensional heating system as well as steam controlling technology for healthier results. With its multi-function option you decide the preferred cooking process. The three-dimensional heating system distributes heat evenly across the pot for better cooking results. On top of that, the steam controlling technology prevents steam from leaking throughout the cooking process. This will ensure the rice stays moist and preserve its taste.
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1) it cooks rice perfect, then stops and switches automatically to keep warm. Most don't do it auto.
2) It is simple- from menu you select "regular", then push start. I wanted it to not be complicated.
3) It does dozens of other neat things I may find time to try out some day.
4) It does not spew anything out the vent, looks beautiful, has a carrying handle.
5) I did NOT prewash rice (not into that) just threw it in, and it cooked fluffy. Not sticky, not clumpy, not undercooked.
In my opinion, you couldn't get better and no reason to pay more. But, worth the extra 20 for exceptional performance.
My only "con" is reading the start up manual is tricky since apparently in China they have all the money in the world but cannot afford to pay a translator. Example: Installing the Steam Vent (the only item you have to install) says: "Put the groove downward on the place".(WHAT PLACE??) Turn the slip buckle of the steam valve by the arrow so the slip buckle turns on the buckle." Finally I called on my mechanical husband who had to spend about 15 min. figuring out the gibberish. However, it can be figured out and then it is DONE.
This is my second rice cooker. My first went back to the store immediately because it was one of those cheapo non-fuzzy logic ones. I ended up with nothing but a burnt mess, and I was apprehensive about buying another one. I decided to hone my stove top technique, and after many lbs of rice I came up with my own procedure. I thought I was making very good rice. I was wrong.
99% of the time I cook Japanese style short grain rice. So that was the first batch I made in this cooker. In comparison, my rice was nothing more than a glop of starch. Rice from this cooker is plump and nicely sticky (as it should be). Rice I cook can only be described as bland. This rice tasted like rice. I walked out into the kitchen and actually SMELLED rice. That never happens on the stove top.
I wish I had a more expensive rice cooker to compare this one with. Frankly, I was a little scared spending this much money on a single small appliance, but the cost was well worth it. If you are like me - want good rice but can't bring yourself to spending $200 or more on one of the other machines, get this one.
- Some of the mode buttons are really hard to push on mine. I was going to return it for its faulty timer until I realized I just wasn't pressing the button in just the right spot (to the side) with just the right firmness (super hard).
- There is no place for water to drain after cooking. Not sure this is a problem as the drainer on my Zoj doesn't work that well.
- The light keeps blinking when it's off. Initially, we pulled the plug each time but we're afraid this would wear it out so we just leave it now and let it blink. Minor irritation but hopefully it will not cause the light to wear out faster either.
- It's bigger than I'd expected or needed for a 5.5 cup. Takes up a lot of room on the counter.
Overall, I'm happy with this purchase and would buy it again at the sale price for which I got it.
I liked it while it worked. I made soup every week and jook and rice and steamed vegetables. I used it probably twice as often as I'd planned. Loved it. When it worked. But if you count up the number of times I used it, then every bowl of rice or soup cost $10.00, which is not economical.
I'll have to toss this in the trash because of the return policy and search for a new rice cooker.