Make Rice Easily With A Rival Rice Cooker
Making rice in a pot on the stove is fine for some people, but many people tend to have problems with the water either boiling over or the rice getting all stuck to the pot. It is a lot easier to make rice with a rice cooker. You just throw in the rice and water as specified in the directions, hit the cook button and it does everything for you, even automatically switching to the Warm function when the rice is done. As you can see, making rice in a Rival rice cooker couldn't be easier. The instructions for taking care of the cooker are including in the manuals, as well as the proper measurements to use for water and rice. Some of these cookers can even be used as food steamers as well since they come with a steam basket to use for this purpose. The bowl for the rice comes out, making it easy to serve and store the extras, and it is nonstick so cleanup is easier than if you use a pan. They are also pretty cheap, so if you make rice a lot there is no reason not to purchase one. You can get them in a variety of sizes, from the RC 61, which can hold up to six cups of rice, to the RC S200 which can hold up to twenty cups of cooked rice.
Of course there are other brands out there for rice cookers, but the Rival rice cooker tends to get good reviews and comes at a lower price than some of the other options. However, it is a good idea to do your own research so you can make sure to get the rice cooker that is right for you, whether it is a small one that can hold about six cups of rice or a larger one that can be used to feed a crowd. You also need to decide which features you want, such as whether you want to steam vegetables as well or just cook rice, since not all cookers are set up to be able to do both.
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