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Horwood JEA63 300 ml Mini Rice Cooker, White [Energy Class A+]
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- Slow, even cooking High temperature, low pressure for perfect results
- Non-stick Easy-clean removable rice pot with filling markings
- Energy efficient Interval Cooking from 10 -30 minutes
- Cooks then keeps rice warm for up to 6 hours
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In the UK, you can get Western made rice cookers, but they generally are more clunky, less high tech and not up to the Japanese standard. So my expectations were low for this rice cooker. But in reality, its really great.
This rice cooker is really tiny. Its actually freed off part of my worktop. Its the size I've always wanted. It cooks from 1 to 3 portions, where a portion (1 cup) is what an average (non-teenager/sportsman) would eat with their fish/meat. So that's perfect for me, even if I have someone round for a meal. It feels right to use a device this small to cook rice for just one person. I've consigned my big rice cooker to the store room. I'll dig it out again when I'm married with two kids :-)
This device also cooks the rice nicely. I think its as good as my expensive Japanese one. It doesn't have the extra options those cookers had, but I rarely used them anyway. Also, I've a feeling its a few minutes quicker than the bigger ones - well that would make sense, since it has less empty space to heat up. (BTW, I also always fill up with boiling water to shorten the cooking time).
I am very happy with this item.
White basmati takes about 15 minutes, I discovered that brown rice takes over 50 minutes. It took so long that I thought it had broken. Just turns out that brown rice takes a lot longer! Now I just make white basmati.
When it has finished 'cooking', the red light goes off and turns yellow. Apparently this can keep your rice warm for up to six hours, but have never left it that long. It suggests that you leave it another 15 minutes more, but I dont do that either. You then unclip the lid and use the provided little plastic 'spoon' to dish up the rice. I usually add it to a microwaved curry or something.
You can easily dismantle all the parts and wash them up and I just leave it on teh draining board for the next cook.
Sometimes I have a portion left over and I just keep that for a meal later the next day. You can adjust how much you make, but it's great for 1-2 persons and you are not forced to make a massive amount like others, which a guess cater for families.
Not cheap, but would buy again.
To start with the size: it takes up little space on my not so spacious counter, which is perfect! The inner bowl is light, and after a week of using it, I have not had any rice stuck on it when washing. The rice do however, get a little brown when it's cooked, not sure if it's because it takes too long before it clicks (finished cooking) even with the correct measurements and water ratio.
The instructions and markings on the inner pot confused me for a bit as it marks the water level based on half a cup instead of a whole cup per line - this caused me to initially think the provided rice cup was half the size of a normal rice cup, and it does not mark the rice level in comparison to the water level, so you have to figure out the ratio based on the rice cup provided, which cracked after one use for some reason.
Another flaw it has is the design of the cooker; the bottom of the heat plate goes directly into the wiring area, and when some rice fell into the cooker when the inner pot wasn't on top, it took me an hour of tilting and rotating the cooker to get every last grain of rice out of the cooker as I was afraid it would burn if I left it in there, which could've killed it all. Not sure if this has anything to do with the rice grains that fell in, but the rice cooker does emit a slight burning smell when it's cooking, but not very bad, and it has not caused any trouble with the rice cooker so far.
Aside from the trouble I ran into mentioned above, it cooks great, and quite fast compared to others I've used in the past since it is a lot smaller than your average rice cooker; 1 cup of rice took about 15-20 minutes to cook. It's easy to clean as it only takes a bit of scrubbing the inner lid and inner pot, it's easy to store, and it's most definitely worth the price!
My only criticism is of the instruction book. After a few uses there was rice starch under the gasket in the lid - removed it to clean but struggled to get it back in place - the instruction book was of no help. Phoned the manufactures customer services and a very helpful lady suggested softening the gasket with hot water. Before trying this I discovered that there is a detachable plastic ring in the lid which allows you to remove and replace the gasket with ease!! No mention of this in the instruction book.
All in all I am very pleased with my purchase and will certainly recommend it to anybody who needs to cook small quantities of rice.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Wasted money consigned to the back of the cupboard used it once result product don't live up to what it claimsPublished 7 days ago by Amazon Customer
I love eveything about this except the lid. It gets hot very easily and feels a bit filmsy. But i would still recommend this for students and people who live alone!! Read morePublished 11 days ago by Amazon Customer
I love this mini cooker. I have long considered a rice cooker but was put off but the large amount of counterspace needed. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Avan S
This is definitely the perfect size for someone living alone and I have my friend over very often so this is great size for 1-3 peoplePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
great little rice cooker.. was pretty pricey though I think ... but suits me since I live alone ... it makes 3 very healthy servings for an adult. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Y. H. Lee
Worked very well the first time I used it, was very pleased with it. However, the second time I used it, the cook button didn't light up. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Keira