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"March 1, 2008 We've owned this rice cooker for about a year. No problems whatsoever. The rice on the very bottom does always turn brown and sticks to the pot but we just don't use the small part that sticks (and the instructions say this will happen). Can cook any amount of rice and it always comes out perfect. It does come out sticky but that's how I like it. One can always rinse the starch out of the rice more to make it less sticky. You don't have to watch the pot or anything. Pour 2 parts rice to 3 parts water, flip on the cook, and it automatically turns to warm when it's done. About 20 minutes. Cheap, efficient. No problems with mine. It does what it's called: cooks rice."
This morning I have encountered a great many questions on rice cookers, so I remembered the time when I had one and why I started cooking rice again.
The rice was beautifully cooked in the cooker, but it took up too much space on my kitchen bench. So I turned to pots and the micro. Cooking rice in a microwave
take 1cup water
2 cups rice
a pinch of salt
put the water, salt and rice together in a bowl with a lid
put the lid on the bowl
put the bowl into the micro
on the micro, keep full force and set the timer on five minutes
start the cooking
after five minutes open the micro, open the bowl and stir the rice with a fork.put the lid on again keep the micro going for another 10 minutes.
repeat the stirring prosess, until the rice is nice and fluffy andready to serve.
Cooking rice in a pot with a lid.
take 1cup water
2cups of rice
pinch of salt
put the ingridience in a pot, and an oven safe pan
in the pot, now with a tight lid. Put on a cooker on highest temperature for five minutes.
open the pot, stir the rice with a fork.
lower heat and cook for another 15-20 minutes,, stirring occasionally.
the rice is cooked when fluffy.
Cooking rice in a pan in the oven
Put the temperature in the oven on 150 degrees Celsius
put the ingridience as in the recipe above in a pot and start boiling
remove from pot into a ovesafe bowl or pan
Cover bowl/pan and cook further for another. 20 minutes.
A cup of rice is equivalent to two person, depends how a person consumes the rice.
First wash the rice by rinsing it two times( using the pot itself ) with fresh water, add water till it cover the whole rice, amount of water should not exceed the level of your first line mid finger. After that put it in your rice cooker and switch it on. Rice cooker cooks it automatically.
White rice does not need extra time to cook.
Brown or any colored rice should be left or soaked for 10 to 15 minutes before cooking it ( because it is a bit hard ).
Hope that helps you out.
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All Farberware Rotisserie Manuals are available for download at http://openhearth.info. The manual that has the prime rib recipe is http://openhearth.info/450.htm . However, I have tried this recipe, and if cooked according to those instructions, the prime rib will be overdone. I take mine off at a much lower temperature to allow for carry-over cooking. These rotisseries make the BEST prime rib!
the pot is not suppose to be a tight fit. now if there is more and half an inch space then it is a manufacturer defective. but if there is less than half an inch then that's normal cause you have to be able to take it out and wash it. as long as it doesn't rattle when cooking everything is fine
The rice will stick if there's not the right amount of water added.
The rice cooker should have numbers marked on the side of the pot. Those number correspond to the amount of water to be added for a given amount of rice. For instance, if you add 4 cups of rice, add water until it reaches the 4 mark.