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Tiger JKT-S10U-K IH Rice Cooker with Slow Cooker and Bread Maker Stainless Steel, Black 5.5-Cup
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- Inner pan with grip handle for easy carry
- 2 preset cooking timer
- 5 layer metal + 3 layer coating = 8 layer inner pot
- Detachable inner / outer lid and steam vent cap
- Washable lid
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Tiger Corporation JKT-S10U 5.5-Cup Induction Heating Rice Cooker and Warmer
High Quality Rice Cooker and Warmer
This 5.5-cup rice cooker and warmer creates a perfect meal every single time. It comes with the new ‘tacook’ synchronized cooking function where users can prepare two dishes simultaneously with Synchro-Cooking function and the power of Induction Heating. Unlike other rice cookers, Tiger’s cooking plate is specially designed so the flavors from the cooking plate do not affect the flavor or texture of the rice.
Computerized Cooking Menu Settings
There are 11 computerized cooking menu settings to choose from. Select plain, ultra, or quick button to cook white rice. Quick mode will cook rice at the shortest time. The new Ultra setting will bring out its maximum sweetness, flavor, and stickiness. This menu will soak the rice twice as long as with the plain menu and take extra time to heat and cook delicious rice. Synchro-Cooking function will cook rice and side dish together, using the ‘tacook’ cooking plate. Other options include jasmine, brown, mixed, porridge, slow cook, oatmeal, and bread baking function.
Micom (Microcomputer) Technology
This technology allows the rice cooker and warmer to be controlled by a microcomputer chip that is inserted inside the rice cooker. The micom chip is programmed with all the menu setting and functions, it adjusts the power and cooking time according to your choice. Once the inner pan is inserted with the ingredients and the setting is chosen, the sensor on the bottom of the inner body will activate the cooking process. With minimal preparation and the press of a button, the micom chip does all the work of monitoring the cooking temperature and creating a perfect meal every time.
Induction Heating System
The most advanced induction heating technology cooks from an alternating electric current from the entire inner pot. It is able to make precise temperature adjustments in a short time span. Because it can respond to temperature change, it takes less time to cook rice.
Easy-to-read LCD control panel
Clock and timer function.
Removable and washable lid
The lid can be entirely removed and washed.
Multilayer ceramic coated inner pan (2.5 millimeters)
5 layer metal + 3 layer coating.
Synchro-Cooking with tacook plate
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|Item Dimensions||10.2 x 13.9 x 8.4 in||9.3 x 8.5 x 8.7 in||10.1 x 13.7 x 8.2 in||8.5 x 10.1 x 14 in||10.6 x 13.9 x 8.4 in||10.2 x 13.9 x 8.4 in|
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Tiger induction heat microcomputer controlled rice cooker/warmer comes with 4 in 1 functions (rice cooking, Synchro-Cooking, slow cooker, bread baking) and 11 computerized cooking menu settings. This 5.5 Cup rice cooker and warmer not only cooks rice but also comes with the new "tacook" synchronized cooking function to prepare two dishes simultaneously with the power of induction heat. This unit comes with 5 layer metal plus 3 layer coating for multilayer ceramic coated inner pan that provides even heating for delicious rice every time. The lid can also be removed entirely to be disassembled so each piece can be washed.
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When I got it, it came with an instruction manual on how to cook food AT THE SAME TIME.
This was ingenius! It comes with a little orange tray that goes above the rice cooker bowl that you can use to make all sorts of dishes.
The cookbook shows a few, but we were so interested in this that we looked on Tiger's web channels, like Facebook, and saw that they have chefs working on recipes beyond rice and are always posting recipes.
Long story short, they need to stop calling this a rice cooker and start calling it a multi-cooker. Why haven't other companies started doing this? Tiger, this was a great idea!
The features on the Tiger are great. The lid is completely removable for easy cleaning of both the lid, and the inner rim of the electronic part of the rice cooking pot. There are three parts to the lid: the venting cap, the cooking cover, and the lid itself. On the Zo, the venting cap would often get filled with gunk, and since it wasn't removable, it was difficult to clean. The Tiger's removable venting cap and lid allows you to easily clean the entire top of the rice cooker. These two components don't need to be cleaned as often as the inner cooking cover. The inner cooking cover is also removable and can be cleaned individually after each individual cook. One thing I like in particular about the removable lid is that I can access the area directly under the lid where the main body of the rice cooker is. This section often gets filled with water and food debris when the lid is opened. Unlike the Zo, I'm able to get this area completely clean. To remove the upper lid, simply remove the inner lid cover, the venting cap, then pull the lid straight up. There will be an orange section that will stay on the rice cooker - this section doesn't get dirty, and does not need to be removed to clean.
The inner cooking pot is very thick and durable. Unlike the Zo cooking pot, this pot is not easily scratched, and feels much more heavyweight. The cooking pot can cook up to (uncooked) 5.5 c of plain white rice, 5 c ultra rice, 3.5 c of brown rice, 3 c of sweet rice, 5.5 c of Jasmine rice, as well as porridge and bread. You can also slow cook main dishes in the unit with or without rice - there is a small orange steam basket that can be used in conjunction with the rice cooker to make small main dishes while the rice cooks. I've tested out various rices with this unit including sweet rice, brown rice, white sushi rice, Jasmine rice, and Basmati rice with all great results. The rice cooker soaks and cooks the rices at the appropriate temperature, and the result is always consistent: soft fluffy rice with no crust on the bottom of the pan. Because the pot is heated all over as opposed to just the bottom like most standard rice cookers, the rice is cooked very evenly, and doesn't have that brown crust on the bottom. This unit does take much longer than standard one button rice cookers (due to soak time), but cooks a bit faster than most Micom and Fuzzy Logic Cookers. For those who like to bake bread, there is also a ferment (a rise) function as well as a bake function. I've used the rice cooker to help rise my breads, and it does a fine job. As for baking, it's okay, but not nearly as good as baking bread in the oven.
The controls of the rice cooker are straight forward, and the unit is very simple to use. If you've set the rice cooker to a particular setting (such as brown rice), it will stay on that setting until you change it. It will not reset after each cook. The screen is large and easy to see, and while in operation, the unit makes a soft fan sound. The outside of the rice cooker heats up a bit while in operation, but not so hot where it would burn fingers. One thing I wasn't happy to see about this unit is that there is no retractable cord. Having enjoyed hiding the cord on my Zo, I would've liked to see the cord hidden on the Tiger unit, but because I don't deal with the cord often, it isn't a huge deal to me. This unit comes with a specially designed rice paddle that fits on the side of this cooker, an orange steamer basket, a small sturdy plastic ladle, and a standard rice measuring cup as well.
Overall, this rice cooker may be expensive, but it cooks fantastic rice. Considering we eat rice every day, this unit is worth the cost for consistently good rice. It's sturdy, durable, and we're looking forward to make many rice meals for years to come.