Question about Rival RC100 10-Cup Rice Cooker
I figured out the rice to water ratio problem but it still burns my rice on the bottom. I've tried different outlets in my house and it still does this.
That is common to have the bottom part burn when cooking rice.
what i did was change the ratio of 5 cups water = 4 cups rice.
when its near cooking, dont leave it for a long time since it will continoiusly heat up in the bottom part, i suggest to unplug it when the rice is already cooked.
hope this will help.
Posted on Jan 16, 2008
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