Panasonic SR-G10FGL Heavy Duty Automatic Rice Cooker, Silver

June 23, 2017 - Comment

Conquer a variety of culinary endeavors with help from Panasonic’s automatic rice cooker. Create light, fluffy, restaurant-quality rice–perfect for side dishes or stir-fries. Or make sticky rice for rolling sushi, Spanish rice for enchilada night, or hearty wild rice to add to a tossed green salad–or even creamy rice pudding with cinnamon sprinkled on top

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Conquer a variety of culinary endeavors with help from Panasonic’s automatic rice cooker. Create light, fluffy, restaurant-quality rice–perfect for side dishes or stir-fries. Or make sticky rice for rolling sushi, Spanish rice for enchilada night, or hearty wild rice to add to a tossed green salad–or even creamy rice pudding with cinnamon sprinkled on top for dessert. The small electric appliance takes care of cooking the rice, so that busy moms and dads can focus on getting the rest of the meal prepared and on the table.

Product Features

  • 5 Cups Uncooked Rice
  • One-Step Automatic Cooking
  • Keep Warm Feature
  • Non-Stick Heavy Duty Inner Cooking Pan
  • Included Accessories: Rice Scoop, Measuring Cup, Steam Basket
  • 5 cups uncooked/10 cups cooked

Comments

Kerrabella says:

Brown Rice and Oatmeal … YEA !!! We adore our little rice cooker. There are 3 keys to making successful brown rice and oatmeal. #1: Add more water than stove-top cooking. #2: Stir in a bit of olive oil to the mix beforehand, and #3. When the rice cooker shuts off with a click, IMMEDIATELY remove the insert pan and stir. You can cover it again and it will stay hot for a while. I’d guess I use no more than 1/4 tsp of olive oil, which we can’t taste at all. 

Finngirl says:

Nice looking and perfect size I hope this will be a durable investment. Looks good and is about as simple to use as can be. We got it for our college student who so far has only taken a mild interest in cooking food. He may be afraid of burning something on the stove so the oven, microwave and slow cooker have been his preferred methods of preparing food. Now the rice cooker seems to have been added to the “approved” list. This is bound to get plenty of use as his roommate apparently eats a lot of rice and chicken…

Carlos says:

Simple & easy There is only one button to push. Its very simple and easy to use especially, if you cook white rice. No customization or complicated operations. I like t that the rice bowl is plated with non-stick layer. It’s easy to clean. Use only soft sponge and soft liquid.

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