Zojirushi Rice Cooker & Steamer
Rice is just the start.
Game for all grains: You’ll find built-in settings for every kind of rice—white or sushi, brown, mixed, and sweet, along with settings for porridge and quick cooking.
Not just for rice: Did we mention there’s a preset for cake, plus a steam setting for fish and veg? It’s true—there’s even an extra insert for all the steaming you’ll be doing.
Warm rice when you want it: With handy keep-warm and reheat settings, plus a delay timer that gets the cooking started later, you can say so long to cold rice.
Pick your size: It comes in a 5.5-cup and a 10-cup size—snag whichever fits your kitchen best.
A snap to clean: The nonstick pan and inner lid are both removable for stress-free cleaning (talk about convenient).
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Details & Materials +-
Interior cooking vessel is aluminum with a nonstick coating.
Please note that rice cooker capacity is measured in 6.1oz. dry 'cups' of short or medium grain white rice, based on volume of included measuring cup. Use included rice measuring cup for optimal results. As with all rice cookers, maximum dry rice capacity will vary depending on type of rice used and setting used. Your final cooked volume of rice will depend on rice type and cooking settings. Power cord is retractable.
5.5-cup (4.20 US Cup): 10.00" W x 14.00" L x 8.00" H; 36.00" cord length, weighs 9 lbs.
10-cup (7.60 US Cup): 11.00" W x 15.50" L x 10.00" H; 36.00" cord length, weighs 11 lbs.
Each order includes (1) rice cooker, (1) rice spatula, (1) rice spatula holder, (1) measuring cup, (1) steaming basket, and an operating manual.
Average cooking times for white rice:
5.5 cup model: 45-60 minutes, Quick cook: 29-40 minutes.
10-cup model: 45-60 minutes, Quick cook: 30-45 minutes.
Care & Notes +-
Hand-wash inner cooking vessel. Inner cooking vessel is not dishwasher-safe. Use only mild soap and a non-abrasive sponge. Wipe exterior clean with a damp cloth.
Please reference included instruction manual for full care and cooking instructions.
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