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Cuckoo Automatic Rice Cooker CR-0632 6 Cups, 2.8 Kg

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Delivery to UK only
£87.09

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1313 reviews

Making great-tasting rice could not be easier.

Turn the task of preparing rice from a grueling chore to a piece of cake with Cuckoo's CR-0632 electric rice cooker. Made in Korea, this rice cooker comes with a number of handy extras for perfect rice cooking and warming, including a non-stick removable inner pot, heaters along the top, bottom and sides, as well as an inner insulator for keeping rice warm, double safety devices, and a detachable steam vent and dew dish for easy cleaning. Rice cooker measures approx. 25.5cm in height including handle, 23cm in length, 21.5cm in width. Serves 4-5 people.

Contents:
• Non-stick inner pot
• Inner lid and detachable dew dish.
Accessories:
• Measuring cup and spatula
• Instruction booklet

ITEM ID: #2196

Background

Rice is well-known for being tricky to cook on the stove, as it requires constant care and attention to ensure that it neither burns nor turns out too sludgy. In countries like Japan, where rice is the culinary staple, rice cookers are an absolute lifesaver. Ever since 1956 these handy devices have rendered the task of cooking rice as easy as adding rice and water and flipping the 'on' switch. For more rice cookers and other handy Japanese kitchen utensils, take a look at japancentre.com's Cooking Equipment section.

Item Detail

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REVIEWS

13 reviews
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19-05-2016
I eat rice everyday so this rice cooker will be pretty busy! I highly recommend this product to everyone who loves rice and prefers an easy way of cooking it. Excellent make!
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19-01-2017
very compact rice-cooker, which does the job well.
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29-07-2017
Product is used every day. I have shown off my rice cooker to family and friends and even boasted about it. Its so easy to use, clean etc. I am over the moon with this purchase.
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17-10-2017
Straightforward and good quality. Cooks rice perfectly.
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09-06-2018
Makes the best rice ever. Looks really cute as well for a rice cooker.
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19-06-2018
Perfect rice! :D If you buy this and find you have a plastic-like film on the surface of the pot wehm you use it, it is most likely starch!
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04-07-2018
Decent size rice cooker for beginners
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23-09-2018
Description very accurate,I have not used it yet,but I am very pleased with it.
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19-03-2019
Excellent rice cooker, simple operation, just on off and keep warm, however the cooker produces excellent results with fuss.
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29-04-2019
Brilliant product, easy to use and amazing quality.
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02-10-2019
Love it
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22-03-2020
Great rice cooker
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01-07-2020
I was especially interested in locating a simple to operate rice cooker of the type we have been using at home, which have been, mostly, rice cookers purchased in Japan where the standard is usually very high for this type of item and where they tend to have a long product life.\n\nThe price range for this item can vary between under £30.00 to £50.00 for most recent models, however these usually now come with digital displays and since my elderly *** finds it difficult to deal with more and more technology in the home it was necessary to find one that would involve a less steep learning curve or none at all, preferably.\n\nThe Cuckoo rice cooker is Korean-made and the six cup capacity model I purchased is very compact and has a small footprint for its capacity so it doesn't take up a great deal of space on a counter top, unlike our previous larger but cheaper rice cooker that only lasted a year !\n\nI would expect the build quality to be more robust than cheaper models, outside of how they are operated - this has no electronic functions that could become faulty over time and is operated by a simple switch for "cook" and "keep" functions - more importantly it cooks rice very well.\n\nMore sophisticated rice cookers cater for the different rice types often consumed in Japan and elsewhere but this is very straightforward to use and success depends more on experience in cooking rice, knowing the right amount of water to use etc and after that you just leave it to do its thing.\n\nPrice-wise, at around £80.00, it is at the upper end of what to expect in rice-cookers but I felt it was better to spend a little more since you are paying for better quality and longevity than cheaper varieties.