Can you use easy cook rice in a rice cooker
No – absolutely not. Please do not use any type of easy cook, quick cook, parboiled or pre-cooked rice in any of our rice cookers. This type of rice is only meant to be used in saucepans or microwaves for rapid boiling.
Based on intuition, this result unsettled me a lot because I genuinely saw no reason why a rice-cooker wouldn't work. So I re-thought my approach to resolving and confirming this query.
I considered the cooking methods I had available to me, the convenience of any method, and the energy involved with the preparation of Easy Cook Rice - then compiled the following question for AI:
What is the very cheapest yet most convenient way to cook 'easy cook' long grain rice out of the following methods... 1) A convection hob and a pan, 2) A multi-function microwave combination oven, or 3) A rice-cooker, please?
Of the three methods you mentioned, using a rice cooker is likely the cheapest and most convenient way to cook 'easy cook' long grain rice. Here's why:
Overall, a rice cooker is likely the most convenient and cost-effective method for cooking 'easy cook' long grain rice.
My AI Input:
I made a google enquiry as to whether I can use a rice cooker to cook easy cook rice and it said, basically, absolutely not - why do you think that is wrong, please?
I'm not sure why your Google search result said that you cannot use a rice cooker to cook 'easy cook' rice, as rice cookers are actually designed to cook various types of rice, including easy cook rice.
Rice cookers are programmed to automatically adjust the cooking time and temperature based on the type of rice being cooked. Easy cook rice is a type of long-grain rice that has been partially cooked and then dried, and it typically requires a shorter cooking time than regular long-grain rice.
Therefore, rice cookers have settings to accommodate for this type of rice.
It is important to note that different rice cookers may have slightly different cooking times and water ratios depending on the brand and model, so it's always a good idea to consult the manufacturer's instructions or recipe booklet that comes with the rice cooker to ensure that you are using the correct settings.
In summary, it is perfectly fine to use a rice cooker to cook 'easy cook' rice. Rice cookers are designed to cook a variety of rice types, and they typically have settings that are specifically tailored to accommodate for different rice types, including 'easy cook' rice.
I feel settled that using the 4 Kg of Easy Cook Long Grain Rice will be a pleasure and a convenience to consume despite purchasing that instead of plain old normal Long Grain Rice.
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