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how to use electric rice cooker

Jan 18, 2016

 Even the best cooks once in a while have trouble cooking rice perfectly. The Aroma rice cooker and steamer takes the guesswork out of it, and can cook up to 10 cups of white rice or its healthier "cousin," brown rice. In addition, you can use your Aroma to steam your favorite vegetables like cauliflower, cabbage, peas and broccoli. Steaming foods or making rice with the Aroma cooker will free up time in the kitchen and allow you to attend to other activities.

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1.Press the "Lid Release" button on the top of the Aroma rice cooker to open the device. Make sure it's not plugged in to a power source.

2.Remove the inner pot from the Aroma cooker.

3.Measure a specific amount of rice (e.g., one or two cups) with the provided measuring cup, and pour it into the inner pot. Follow the directions on the box or bag of rice with respect to the right amount of rice to cook, depending on the number of people you're feeding.

4.Rinse the rice inside the inner pot with water until the water becomes fairly clear. Drain all water from the pot.

5.Add the appropriate amount of water to the inner pot using the measuring cup. For example, for two cups of rice, add 2 1/2 cups of water. The water line inside the pot should reach Line 2. If cooking wild or brown rice, add an additional 3/4 cup of water over what's required for cooking white rice.

6.Replace the inner pot and snap the lid closed. Plug the Aroma cooker's power cord into the power outlet.

7.Press either the "White Rice" or "Brown Rice" button, depending on the type of rice you're cooking. The cooking process will begin immediately, and when it's complete, "Keep-Warm" will be displayed on the control panel. Allow the rice to remain on "Keep-Warm" for five to 10 minutes, then open the Aroma lid and spoon the rice out of the inner pot.

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