Aroma Housewares Co. provided me with an Aroma rice cooker shown in this post. All opinions are 100% my own.
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Do you know How to Make Rice in a Rice Cooker? Making rice this way is easy, less messy, and frees up the stovetop for cooking other food while preparing your meal. I wouldn’t have it any other way!
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How to Make Rice in a Rice Cooker
Hi Everyone, I’ve had a few years where I haven’t had a rice cooker.
I had one before that had been a hand-me-down from my parents which I finally donated to charity a few years ago when I had to downsize before we moved to our home almost 4 years ago.
Ever since then, I have been pining for another rice cooker.
They just make life so much easier when preparing a meal because I can just set the rice cooker, prepare the other components in the meal, and then magically the rice is just done right before serving.
There are SO many meals that I love which involve rice and it’s just an easy side to have on a weeknight when I am trying to get dinner on the table.
I feel like having one takes the stress out of preparing dinner plus rice is not expensive and having that food staple as a part of our dinner can be a nutritious and economical addition to our family meals.
I love my new Aroma rice cooker which is shown in all of these pictures.
I had noticed about a year ago that my father-in-law got on and he was so pleased with it.
I’m planning on giving one to my parents for Christmas since they currently do not have a rice cooker and I know they are going to love this one.
Ingredients for How to Make Rice in a Rice Cooker
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- 1 cup white rice, You can substitute desired amount and kind of rice
- water, fill to first line on Aroma rice cooker or about 1 inch above top level of rice
- Measure rice and pour it into the metal inner container of the rice cooker.
- Wash the rice by pouring water over the rice and swishing it around, pouring the water out and adding more water, repeat until the water and rice are clear of any debris. Place the metal container within the rice cooker making sure the right amount of water is added to the amount of rice. A rule of thumb is about 1 inch above the top level of the rice or according to the individual rice cooker's manual instructions.
- Close the lid until you hear a click. Press power on.
- Select the kind of rice you have. Allow the rice to cook.
- When the rice is done, open the lid.
- Serve rice and enjoy!
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Nutrition Information:Yield: 2 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 411Total Fat: 1gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 1gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 8mgCarbohydrates: 89gFiber: 1gSugar: 0gProtein: 9g
Please note that the Calculated Nutrition is an estimate at best.
- First Published: 12/20/2017
- Updated & Republished: 10/21/2022