Good bang for your buck
I was in the market for a rice cooker which wouldnt cost as much as a tiger, but didn't want the cheap target ones. When there was a 20% off deal for good guys ebay I decided to buy this, it was roughly 160$.
I have been using it for the past 3 months and it cooks the rice perfectly! the japanese know how to make their rice cookers. If you are in the market for one and dont want a cheap one and dont want to spend 300+$ for a tiger/cuckoo etc get this!
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Amazing Japanese style rice
After living in Japan for 5 years, I missed my amazing all in one Panasonic Rice Cooker. I couldn't bring the one I had back to Australia due to the wattage difference. After poor quality rice from a $20 rice cooker, I came across this model which is very similar to the one I had in Japan but this time with English settings and instructions - my husband can use it now! The steam mode isn't the best, but that's one of the extra settings it came with and I learnt to not bother with it. I use the white rice (with medium grain sunrice), mixed rice ...(medium grain white and brown sunrice 3:1) and jasmine rice settings and make perfect rice every time. There is no "clay pot" setting like Japanese ones, but the "normal rice/white rice" setting works perfectly making Japanese style "takikomi gohan" which is like a fried rice but not fried. It's a nice medium price for a very good rice cooker. If you want better but more expensive, I suggest a Tiger rice cooker as they are slowly becoming more popular and more available in Australia.
I use this everyday to cook Rice,Cakes ,steam and soups I have had this for 12 months I found it hard to get one that had a cake mode like my last Panasonic rice cooker that I had for 7 years .Mind you my last one did not die I passed it on to my daughter who is still using it. You can not get this at all stores I bought mine at Bing Lee one of the few companies that carry it . If you want more out of your rice cooker then just cooking rice this is so worth the money
Questions & Answers
How long does it take to cook rice? Im desperately looking for a 20 min rice cooker as i often forget to put it on in time.
Panasonic Australia C.Panasonic
Hi Tiggermummy, this will depend on what sort of rice you are wanting to cook and how much. Please refer to page 18 in the user guide for more specific details
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