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Quest Rice Cooker, 1.8 Litre, 700 Watt
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- 1.8Ltr Capacity
- White outer shell with stainless steel lid
- Non-stick bowl
- Automatic keep warm function
- Cook' & 'Warm' LED lights
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The Benross Group, provider of quality items for your home and garden. From Quest comes the perfect appliance for cooking rice! It's non-stick bowl means the rice is easy to remove once cooked and the bowl itself is easy to clean. Complete with measuring cup so you can ensure you cook the right amount of rice everytime. An auto keep warm function means the rice cooker keeps your rice nice and warm after it has finished cooking. The crisp white finish and stainless steel lid means the rice cooker will look great in any kitchen. Please search for more great items from the Benross Group on Amazon.co.uk including an extensive range of Christmas, Garden, Solar Lights, Tools, Toys and Gizmos, Camping and much more.
1 x Rice Cooker
1 x measuring cup
1 x manual
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Was slightly amazed at the size. Was expecting a dinky little pot but 1.8ltres doesn't mean a great deal to me being an ol' fashioned gal. This was very large by my standards. (Bigger than a large Prestige Pressure cooker) For a family it would be good but for two it would, I feel, be a tad too big. So I cooked a batch and froze it in portions.
Comes with instruction book, small measuring cup and a spiffy little ......spoon (!!!)
Please note the list/table for measurements in the instruction book is not accurate. I used 2 cups of dry rice and you definitely need more than 2 cups of water or it will boil dry. The usual amount is twice water to rice and I went with that.
Operating is very simple. Came to boil very quickly and took around half an hour to cook.
The biggest DOWNER is it makes one HELLUVA mess whilst its cooking. I guess that might well put you off buying it. I don't know if its a design fault or what. I'd be interested to see other cookers to see how much mess they create. After it had finished it was a big clean up job all round. The cooker itself is very easy to clean so no problem there (tho the rice had stuck a bit to the bottom) but the area in my kitchen around where I cooked it needed a total wash down. Just as well I will only be doing one batch now and again.....!!!
I got this because I have a habit of putting rice on to cook and going into another room and forgetting about it. (After 40yrs husband is superb at cleaning burnt saucepans...!!!) With this you can leave it and it turns itself off and just steams away keeping rice hot..... apparently....
Id go with an EXTRA cup of water next time tho to maybe prevent the sticking to the bottom of the pan.
2 cups of dry rice with 4-5 cups of water yields 700g or cooked rice. I portioned them up into 100g so a quick thaw and its ready to go.
Don't know that I'd recommend it on account of the awful mess it made but the rice was tickety boo and tho I have yet to trust it to turn itself off it will certainly be okay for my dearly beloved and me.
People will say "I don't need a rice cooker, I can cook it fine on the hob". I will reply by asking if they grill their bread or do they use a toaster. Rice cooker is the best kitchen aid I've bought, so useful, perfect rice everytime and this Quest one come recommended by me
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