I just got the rice cooker and was wondering if I can use it in place of the large micro cooker to melt the chocolate sauce in the Choc. molten skillet brownie??
Yes, a rice cooker can be used as a substitute for a Micro Cooker when cooking rice in the microwave. Make sure to follow the instructions for your specific rice cooker and adjust the cooking time accordingly.
No, the cooking results should be the same whether you use a rice cooker or a Micro Cooker. Just make sure to use the correct measurements and follow the cooking instructions.
Yes, a rice cooker can be used for cooking other foods in the microwave such as vegetables, quinoa, and pasta. Just make sure to adjust the cooking time and follow the instructions for your specific rice cooker.
One benefit of using a rice cooker is that it typically has a non-stick surface, making it easier to clean. Additionally, rice cookers often come with measuring cups and instructions for specific types of rice, ensuring perfectly cooked rice every time.
No, a rice cooker is best used for cooking rice and other grains in the microwave. It may not be suitable for other types of cooking, such as steaming or heating up soups and sauces, which are better suited for a Micro Cooker.