Tiger 10-cup induction heating rice cooker

Tiger 10 Cup Induction Heating Rice Cooker

Tiger 10-Cup Induction Heating Rice Cooker

The Tiger 10-Cup Induction Heating Rice Cooker allows you to cook perfect rice with the power of IH. With the press of a button, Tiger’s Automatic Cooking Logic system actively monitors cooking temperatures to create perfect rice.

With eight computerized menu settings, there is a setting to fit just about any kind of rice.

Your morning oatmeal can also be made with the oatmeal setting.

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What is a Rice Cooker?

Rice in a Bowl with ChopsticksRice cookers are the perfect small kitchen appliance for making rice, steaming vegetables and more! If you have trouble making perfectly cooked rice on the stove, then a rice cooker is for you.

It is a great gadget to use when you want to make perfect rice anytime. Cooking rice in a rice cooker can also improve the flavor and texture of the rice. Rice cookers are also fairly easy to clean.

The typical rice cooker is a small appliance that uses electricity, timers, and precise measuring to create perfect rice.

Some models utilize gas instead, and a few rice cookers are designed for use in the microwave. Most commonly though, the rice cooker will simply use one of your home outlets, and use electrically produced heat.

More expensive types of rice cookers may have sensors, timers, settings for cooking different types of rice (white, brown or wild), and can keep rice warm for a long time without cooking it more.


Rice Cooker Induction vs. Pressure Cookers

There are a few key differences between induction rice cookers and regular pressure cookers. As with many small kitchen appliances, induction heating in a rice cooker uses an electrical current to heat the entire pot, not just the bottom. It heats the food evenly, and induction rice cookers have the tendency to cook rice faster than a traditional rice cooker – so there is no clumping and the rice will be cooked to perfection.

A pressure cooker works very simply by steam pressure. The sealed pot or pressure cooker builds up high pressure and steam to cook food. Pressure cookers also cook food faster.

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