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Instructions quoted from the Durabrand Rice Cooker model HRC 18G manual...... 1 cup of uncooked rice rice will make about 2 cups of cooked rice. Add rice to the inner pot. Maximum four cups uncooked rice for the model. Many varieties of rice can be used including basmati, wild rice, arborio risotto, saffron rice and long grain rice. Whole grains, such as barley can also be prepared with the rice cooker, follow instructions on the package.
For every cup (160ml) of raw rice, add 1-1/2cups of water. For stickier rice add slightly more water, for fluffier rice use slightly less water.
When your rice is cooked, the cooker will automatically switch to the warm function and the yellow warm light will turn on. The cooker will stay in the warm function untill is disconnected from the wall outlet. The cooker will keep the rice warm 158F - 212F
Hope this helps, its quoted right out of the manual I have for my cooker
Here's a great set of threads on receipies for slow cooker's. http://bellybelly.com.au/forums/recipes-cooking-food/17924-slow-cooker-recipes.html. You will need to adjust to suit your slow cooker. Cook times vary by wattage just like cook times vary for Microwave Ovens. Also, your altitude can affect cooking times. Since you didn't mention your cooker's model, start out at Amazon to find a copy, but look for a used one as it may be much cheaper. Start here: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Russell-Hobbs-10951-dual-cooker/dp/B0000E5SPN
Hope this helped your dilemma and fixed your appetite.
there should be a regulator on back of the stove where the gas line connects.you will see a plug that unscrews,remove this plug and run the unit.if this solves your problem clean the plug really good and put back on.
The left hand oven needs a new flame failure device fitted , it is a normal oven not for slow cooking . This repair can only be carried out safely by a registered Gas Safe engineer . Visit WWW.gasSafeRegister.co.uk or ring freephone 0800 408 5500 to find one in your area.