PARS Automatic Persian Rice Cooker (10 CUP)

September 26, 2015 - Comment

The Pars Rice Cooker is among the best in its class for creating the deliciously popular “Persian Rice”. It features a customizable timer to get the “tah dig” (rice crust) as preferred, removable teflon non-stick pot , measuring lines that let you add water, removable cord (for easy storage), works with US electric system (110V),

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The Pars Rice Cooker is among the best in its class for creating the deliciously popular “Persian Rice”. It features a customizable timer to get the “tah dig” (rice crust) as preferred, removable teflon non-stick pot , measuring lines that let you add water, removable cord (for easy storage), works with US electric system (110V), and an attractive and white exterior design. Approximate dimensions are 12 3/4″ x 9 3/4″ x 10 3/4″. (For 10 cup cooker ONLY) Cook your rice to perfection using this specialty rice cooker for Persian rice. Instructional booklet for new cooks included. Recipe booklet is combined with the instructional manual.

Product Features

  • For U.S.A. 110V use
  • UL Certified Removable cord
  • Each cup serves 1.5 individuals.
  • Guide book, manual included
  • Automatic shut off and ‘keep warm’ function

Comments

Z. Khan says:

An excellent rice cooker for making the famous Iranian Tehdegh rice An excellent rice cooker for making the famous Iranian Tehdegh rice. It is very easy and straightforward to make. The instructions are confusing. Suggest you follow the rice and water proportion and use your judgement for oil and salt. You can vary the cooking time depending on how much crunchy you like the Tehdegh (bottom crust). You will need to cook at least for an hour, the maximum timer limit. I have experimented with 1.5 and 1.25 hours so far. Both turned out pretty good. Next I am…

Jennifer Edwards says:

For all the fuss over lack of instructions, incredibly easy to use The main thing people seem to note about these cookers is a lack of instructions, so I want to address that for any skeptics. There is a booklet that tells you the water-to-rice proportions, but it doesn’t say how long to cook it. Don’t let that deter you; a quick google search turns up a multitude of sets of instructions, and they all pretty much say the same thing: cook for an hour and a half. Some say clean and soak the rice, some don’t, some are very detailed, some aren’t. It’s all a…

Kyle S Storms says:

Great cooker! Love the cooker, although the lid is a chrome lid – not the glass lid pictured here. Other than that – the cooker is great!

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