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Aroma ARC-733G 3-Cup Pot-Style Rice Cooker and Steamer
List Price: $14.99

Our Price: $12.98

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Product Description

Cook food & rice simultaneously / Steam fish, meat, poultry & vegetables / Make stews & homemade soups / 1 to 6 Cups / Glass Lid / Tray / Keeps food warm

  • Easy-to-use 3-cup rice cooker makes up to 6 cups of cooked rice
  • 1-touch operation; steams seafood and vegetables; automatic keep-warm
  • Indicator lights; tempered glass lid; stay-cool handles for safe transport
  • Includes measuring cup, steam rack, rice paddle, and instruction manual
  • Measures approximately 8 by 8-1/5 by 10 inches; 1-year limited warranty

Customer Reviews:

  • Great small size cooker
    I have had a rice cooker for years, and needed a small second one. This price beat all local stores, and is just
    the right size to make rice for 1-2 people. I made three cups, it's max and it worked fine. One cup was perfect as well. Keeps rice warm when it is done, and easy to clean when you use Pam spray first. Be sure you use their measuring cup, a cup is not the same as a regular cup!...more info
  • An aluminum pot-- not a good idea
    I bought this with the idea that I would avoid the hazards of nonstick pots (what I have used previously)by using a rice cooker with a good, old-fashioned aluminum pot. Unfortunately, despite my best efforts, I cannot get a batch of rice where the entire bottom of the pot doesn't have rice fused to it. I've experimented with washing the rice, using cooking spray, coating the rice with oil, stirring it once, you name it. In each case most of the rice has turned out acceptably, except for that darn, rock-hard layer at the bottom. After each batch the pot needs to be soaked for hours, then scrubbed--hard. It doesn't seem to me that this rice cooker is more convenient than cooking rice on the stove. ...more info
  • Cooking Rice is as simple as 123
    Great compact gadget for cooking rice, easy to operate and cooks rice without any mess. ...more info
  • Great little rice cooker
    This is a great rice cooker. It is simple to use, easy to clean and does NOT make a sticky spray mess like many other types do. It is also a nice size if you have limited counter space.

    We mostly use sticky Japanese rice, and are very happy with the way it turns out in this cooker. It is great for our family - by making full capacity we can feed up to 6 people at one meal, but on special occasions we do sometimes like to make 4 instead of 3 cups (they say that 3 cups dry makes 6 cups cooked - I haven't double checked this), so the capacity is right at the edge for us.

    Still, great rice cooker for a good price - I highly recommend it.
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  • Rice Cooker
    I always thought a rice cooker was a waste of space, but this one really works, and I'm glad I got it. I've used it 4 times and the rice is perfect each time. Perfect for two!...more info
  • Good quality for cheap price
    I have had this cooker for more than a month. Paid $15 when I bought it.
    It easy to use and works great.
    Rice does tend to stick to the bottom but can be removed easily.
    Also if you switch off the cooker just before it is going to finish nothing sticks. Other option would be to keep a second vessel inside the cooker, but that leaves the rice "wet" with excess water.
    Using more water that required to cook the rice won't help because the way the cooker operates.

    Overall it a good first buy and worth the price. Would definitely recommend it....more info
  • Great value for a small rice cooker
    Watch Video Here: It's a cheap, nice little rice cooker that just works. Here are some tips from the instruction manual:
    1. This appliance is NOT dishwasher safe. Inner pot and accessories are NOT dishwasher safe. (i.e. that stuck-on rice that happens to every rice cooker at some point? yeah, don't try using your dishwasher to get it out.)
    2. Always make sure the outside of the inner pot is dry prior to use. If inner cooking pot is returned when wet, it may damage this product, causing it to malfunction.

    Also, interestingly, it's pretty much a disposable appliance unfortunately. That is, for the fifteen bucks you buy it for here on Amazon (esp. if you have Prime shipping for free), if it breaks, you can return it to the manufacturer, but Aroma Housewares Company [...] for shipping and handling charges.

    I also find one other instruction particularly interesting: "Do not use the appliance for other than its intended use." Take that, Jack Bauer....more info