Panasonic SRG06FG 3-Cup Automatic Rice Cooker, For up to 6.6 cups of cooked rice at the touch of a switch, this easy-to-use, fully automatic rice cooker/steamer takes the guesswork out of making great rice. The appliance features a tempered glass lid that allows for monitoring food while it’s cooking, and it shuts itself off automatically when the cooking is done. Stay-cool handles on either side and one on the lid provides safe, convenient handling. In addition, the steamer’s non-stick coated pan helps prevent cooked rice from sticking and makes clean up a snap. A measuring cup and English/Spanish operating instructions are included. The compact rice cooker/steamer measures 10 by 8 by 8 inches and is designed for household use only.
Fully automatic rice cooker/steamer makes up to 6.6 cups of cooked rice, Tempered glass lid allows for monitoring food while it’s cooking; auto shut-off, Non-stick coated pan helps prevent cooked rice from sticking; stay-cool handles, included.
Panasonic SRG06FG 3-Cup Automatic Rice Cooker Features
- Automatic Rice Cooker
- Automatic Shut-Off
- Keep Warm Function
- Non-Stick Interior
- Includes Glass Lid
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Panasonic SRG06FG 3-Cup Automatic Rice Cooker Reviews
This is a really great, basic rice cooker. It doesn’t have the bells and whistles of the more expensive rice cookers (no warming feature, no different settings, etc.), but it works well for cooking rice, it’s compact, and reasonably priced. Prior to buying this one, we had another basic model made by another company that broke. We replaced with an identical one, and it broke as well. After going through two rice cookers, we decided to pay $5 more to get a different brand- this Panasonic. We have had no problems with it, and we also like the non-stick pot. With our old rice cooker, the rice would stick to the bottom of the pot, so we couldn’t eat all of it. The Panasonic doesn’t have this problem, so we can make smaller quantities of rice without wasting most of it. I have made white rice, brown rice, and quinoa in the rice cooker, and all have turned out well.
Works just fine. It’s simple and basic, and good for cooking small quantities of rice. Just right for 2, or maybe up to 4, people. The non-stick coating makes for easy cleanup. And since it doesn’t have a “warm” feature, there’s even less chance of rice sticking to the bottom. The warm feature isn’t really needed, since one is likely to use up what’s been cooked during one’s meal, before the rice gets cold.
Sometimes, while cooking, the rice water will foam up and sputter out the side.
Well, some varieties of rice DO create more foam than others.
I don’t think foaming is the fault of the rice cooker; rice just tends to foam while cooking. Try rinsing the rice several times before cooking. That usually reduces the amount of foam. Some people even soak the rice for a while before cooking, but this can be a nuisance if time is an issue.
This IS a rather small cooker, so cooking 2 or more cups of uncooked rice will be more likely to cause some sputtering, although, once again, the variety of rice that you cook and whether you rinse the uncooked rice a few times first makes the difference between sputtering out or not. But really, it’s not a big deal if it does!
I paid just $21.85 for it from Amazon, and since the total was over $25(I ordered another item along with this cooker), I had it sent via Super Saver, which meant no shipping charge.
A really good rice cooker at a really good price!