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Breville RC3 Rice Cooker and Steamer Leaves starchy mess on work top when cooking rice, am I doing some thing wrong?

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Thats normal when cooking rice!
If you dont want these starchy mess, try to cook less rice so that boiling water won't come off from the cover!

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<p>One of the extra benefits of having a <b>Rice Cooker</b> is that you can also use it very effectively as a <b>steamer</b> for your vegetables. It is very simple to do and also works very well.<br /> <p><br /> <br /> <p>To <b>use your rice cooker as a steamer</b> you will need to use the <b>steamer basket</b> that came with your rice cooker. That is what the metal thing with all the holes in it is for.<br /> <p><br /> <br /> <p>First place couple of cups of water in the bottom of the cooker pan... yes you still need to place the pan in the cooker... do not place water in the cooker without the bottom pan in place! Then place that metal basket on the top of the bottom pan and place your veggies in there. They can be either frozen, fresh, or thawed, it does not matter, but may affect your cooking times.<br /> <p><br /> <br /> <p>Then comes the good part....you get to season your veggies with whatever it is that will make them taste even better! Salt, Pepper, and even a Teriyaki sauce will work well... but you can spice them up with minced onion, parsley, garlic powder or anything else you might think sounds good.<br /> <p><br /> <br /> <p>Then just place the lid on the top of the basket and turn the rice cooker on by pressing the cook or steam button. The cooker will heat up to produce steam. When the vegetables begin to soften, check them and turn off the cooker when they get to the softness that you desire. Do not over cook them as you will loose the flavor, and nutrients, that you are trying to preserve by using the steamer.<br /> <p><br /> <br /> <p>Once the veggies are done, some people enjoy melting butter, margarine, or other similar things on them to give them even more flavor.<br /> <p><br /> <br /> <p>Most of all enjoy those great veggies!!!<br />

on Jan 29, 2011 | Kitchen Appliances - Others

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How to cook rice.


I've never actually used the steamer in my rice cooker. I take 3/4 cups rice, two cups water, and put it all in the cooker. Start it. easy.

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My rice cooker not cook rice properly leave some waterand un cook rice. What shuld I do steamer is working good.


Are you maybe putting too much water in. usual amount is equal parts water to rice. Except for brown where you need an extra half cup water to each cup of brown rice. Remove the steamer tray, of course when cooking rice.

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I need cooking instructions for RC3406 6 cup rice cooker and steamer


Since a steamer is a steamer, try the following suggestions:

White rice: 1 cup to 2 cups water for 45-50 minutes.
Brown rice: 1 cup to 1.5 cups water for 45-50 minutes.

Hope this helps!

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Whenever I make rice, water comes bubbling out the top while it's cooking, making a huge starchy puddle on my counter. I've replaced the lid, but to no avail. Any suggestions?


Probably too full. Try a smaller amount of rice and water and see if that corrects the problem. The rice swells and fills the pot quickly... Recheck your quantity.

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Water spewing from steam vent whenever I cook rice and I have measured accurately. It is a mess!


I found a solution to the spewing around the lid and through the vent.

The other day I placed the steamer tray in the top and then the lid.

The steamer "broke up" the bubbles -- no spewing out of the pot or mess -- I mostly happened with brown rice -- but the last 2 times -- not mess!!!!! Hope this helps someone else.

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Ratio of water to white rice with R C 12 breville rice cooker?


2:1 ( one cup rice to two cups water ) i allways add a little extra water ... for some reason this cooker runs to long and this will help to keep the rice from burning on the bottom . happy cooking !

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I had the same problem when I cooked brown rice in my rice cooker! I found that adding a tablespoon of butter on top of the cooking rice solves the problem. (A friend told me it works when cooking beans in a pot, so I figured it would help with rice too, and it did!)

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