What can I do in the rice cooker other than rice?

  • Here are 6 things – besides rice – you can do in a rice cooker: 1. Soups and stews – Put some vegetables in the rice cooker with some liquid gold (chicken soup, bone soup, …) and bring it to a boil so that the soup is slowly cooked and full-bodied. 3. Soft-boiled or hard-boiled eggs – This is my favorite thing to do in my rice cooker.

How much water do you use to cook brown rice in a rice cooker?

Rinse and squeeze 2 cups of brown rice.

Get it in the rice cooker.

Instead of filling the stove with water for the “2 cups” line, fill it up to the “3 cups” mark in your rice cooker.

That usually means 3 cups of water for 2 cups of brown rice.

Do brown rice need more water in the rice cooker?

The only difference between cooking brown rice and white rice is the ratio of water to rice. Because the outer shell is made of bran, more water is needed and the cooking time of brown rice is longer. (1 cup rice, 2 cups water, gives 3 cups rice.)

Can a rice cooker cook brown rice?

Rice cookers are popular for their simple installation, multifunction (you can bake cakes there) and easy cleaning with just a single pan. White rice has no bran and germ layers, while brown rice has it all. This is why brown rice tends to be crispy and seems to take longer to cook.

How long does brown rice cook in a rice cooker?

about 30 to 40 minutes

Should brown rice be soaked?

Should brown rice be soaked before cooking? Soaking is optional, but we recommend soaking! Soaking grains helps remove some of the natural phytic acid in grains, which improves digestion and speeds up cooking time.

How much water do I use for 2 cups of brown rice?

The right ratio: Believe us: Even though it is printed on the package, the standard ratio makes 2 to 1 porridge. For long-grain brown rice, use 1/4 cup water for 1 cup rice. For short grains, use 1/2 cup water. Quick cooking time: Bring rice, water and salt to a boil (1/4 teaspoon per cup of rice).