…but help is at hand with a Rice Cooker from Cook Japan – http://www.cookjapan.co.uk
With a rice cooker it doesn’t have to be this way…in Japan, and elsewhere across Asia, a simple-to-use hi-tech computer controlled rice cooker is a sight in every kitchen, ensuring perfect rice at the push of a button every time…
…and not only can they cook perfect rice, but rice cookers from the Cook Japan shop can also be used as a slow-cooker or steamer, to make porridge, congee, soup, and also to braise. This makes it a great multi-purpose rice cooker so there’s really no limit to what you can make. In fact, Cook Japan rice cookers have the functionality and fuzzy logic technology you would expect to find in a Japanese rice cooker:
So does it do anything else?
Well, not only do Cook Japan rice cookers make great rice, with their range of other cooking functions and programmes, a 24-hour timer, and automatically switching to “keep warm” when the cooking cycle is finished, there is no limit to what you can cook. Some of our most recent dishes have included:
For more recipes and to see some of the culinary fun we have with our rice cooker read the rest of the blog or visit: http://www.cookjapan.co.uk/article/rice_cooker_recipes
Oh and with Christmas coming, you can even make mulled wine in your rice cooker!
“So, how does it work then?” I hear you ask, well…
…by using computer controlled technology, commonly referred to as fuzzy logic, the rice cooker is able to make adjustments to both temperature and cooking time to cook perfect rice, for example if the rice is too hot and heating too quickly the heating element will be turned down slightly to balance this. With fuzzy logic the cooking process is improved in 3 key ways:
- The temperature sensor control is more accurate and can therefore allow for fine adjustments to the cooking temperature
- The heat distribution and conduction around the entire bowl produces more evenly cooked food
- The computer can instantly strengthen or weaken the heat ensuring a controlled cooking process
Thanks, now, I’m off to make some rice…