06. 05. 2006
Micro Rice Cooker
I'm really really hoping that this Micro Rice Cooker works as well as it looks because I could use a gadget like this. Even though the effort is probably the same (you still gotta rinse the rice, add water and wait), there's something about using the big rice cooker to make one serving of rice that seems wasteful and more work.
The ceramic bowl has 2 indicator lines on the inside to let you kow how much rice and how much water you need to cook the perfect serving of rice. Let it stand for 15 minutes (did you know that rice tastes best if it's soaked in water for awhile?) and cook it in the microwave on a low setting for another 15 minutes. Take it out and eat. Of course you can just buy one of those ready-to-eat microwaveable rice bowls that you can get at your Asian grocery store, but that gets pricey and I'd like to think that I'm not THAT lazy.
Available at Compact Impact.