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    Default Rice cooker recipes or uses...

    I just had my first show and a customer asked me what else can you use the rice cooker for? I told her oatmeal, rice, and of course the cake. What are some other uses for it?

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    I'm new also, but if you search this forum there are recipes and tips for the rice cooker....just read them earlier today.

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    Rice Cooker Recipes

    Make a Microwave Cake in the Rice Cooker
    All you need is one standard-size cake mix and one
    can of prepared frosting. Simply mix the cake mix according to package
    directions, and pour batter into the Rice Cooker. Using the medium
    scoop, drop 4-6 scoops of frosting into the batter.
    Microwave for 10 minutes. Remove cake from Rice Cooker by flipping in
    onto a serving plate.

    Mashed Potatoes in the Rice Cooker Plus
    1. Peel and cut up 5 potatoes, in fairly small cubes so they cook
    faster.
    2. Add 3/4 cup milk (or enough milk to cover the potatoes halfway) and
    half a stick of butter.
    3. Put in the microwave for 10 minutes, give them a stir (open lid away
    from you, for steam to escape) then put them back in for another 6 minutes,
    depending on your microwave, you might need to adjust this time. Test if they are
    tender.
    4. Mash them up with the a masher, then use the whisk, and season them
    with salt and pepper, more milk if required and of course more butter!
    5. Makes approximately 4-6 servings.



    Rice Pudding in the Rice Cooker Plus
    3/4 c uncooked long grain white rice 2 1/2 cups water
    1/4 tsp salt 1 cup milk
    1 cup half and half 1 pkg (3.4 oz) vanilla instant pudding
    1/2 tsp Korintje Cinnamon 1/2 cup raisins (optional)

    Combine rice, water and salt in Rice Cooker Plus. Cover and microwave
    according to package directions.
    In small batter bowl, combine milk half and half, pudding mix and
    cinnamon; whisk until smooth and beginning to thicken using Stainless
    Steel Whisk.
    Remove cooker from microwave. Carefully remove lids; lifting away
    from you. Add pudding mixture and raisins, if desired; mix well using
    Classic Scraper. Serve warm. Yield 8 servings


    You can also cook hamburger meat and frozen chicken in Rice cooker just as you would in the micro-cooker.

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    I make Macaroni and cheese about once a week for my daughter. I put the macaroni in and then cover with water, put the lid on and then microwave for 9 minutes. I stir once in the middle and then drain the water and you are good to go. It is a lifesaver around my house.

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    Mashed Potatoes

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    6 russett potatoes with a TBL water. 12 minutes and you're supposed to have 6 baked potatoes!

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