What are things you can cooker in a rice cooker other than rice?
There are plenty of things that you can use a rice cooker to make. On the Zojirushi website you can find details of a range of things that you can cook.
http://www.zojirushi.com/user/scripts/u … ricecooker
Personally I like to cook oatmeal as well as rice dishes where I just throw in a load of other ingredients including meat, vegetables, little bit of a stock cube and some herbs and spices.
You can use it as a slow cooker for veggies or meat, too. Or you can stack a steamer on top and steam whatever you like at the same time you cook your rice. It saves a lot of time and energy.
You can make so many things in your rice cooker! I have baked a cake, and made soup, as well as beans and grains. I also have a steam function. You can steam vegetables to which you can add back the water which was used for steaming (and/or you can add some cream), spices, put through a blender and you have a nice soup. I use the steamer to make baby food as well. You can even meat, as your rice cooker can be used as a slow cooker, and towards the end you can add vegetables, grains or rice for a full meal.
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