Rice cooker – common questions

Published On: May 10, 2024

In this blog, we will answer a number of frequently asked questions about rice cooking. Let us introduce the Instant Rice Cooker as a new essential gadget for any kitchen looking to move away from the hob while ensuring consistent rice and perfectly steamed veggies.

Can you cook rice in an air fryer?
Can you cook rice in an air fryer?

Cooking rice in an air fryer is possible, but it may not yield the best results according to Tilda. The process involves straining the rice, preheating the air fryer, cooking the rice covered in a cake tin for 25 minutes, then letting it dry and fluffing it with a fork. However, traditional methods like boiling or steaming may be more reliable for cooking rice evenly and achieving the desired texture.

It’s best not to attempt cooking rice in the air fryer, as adding water or liquid to the cooking chamber contradicts safety advice from the product manual. Stick to traditional methods like boiling or steaming for cooking rice. For more information on cooking with an air fryer, please refer to our product manuals.

Can you cook rice in an air fryer?
Small rice cooker for 1 person?

Our Rice Cooker is the perfect kitchen appliance for individuals or families, capable of cooking portions ranging from 2 to 12 servings. It’s ideal for students or those living alone. Beyond rice, it’s versatile, acting as a steamer, slow cooker, and sauté pan, providing convenience and efficiency. With the Rice Cooker’s low Wattage of only 600W, it is by far a more energy-efficient way to cook your veggies compared to the oven which requires an average of 1500 Watts per hour as quoted by Endesa. Its foolproof design simplifies cooking, automatically adjusting time and temperature for consistent, mess-free results every time.

Small rice cooker for 1 person?
Small rice cooker for 1 person?
Different types of rice
Different types of rice

There are countless types of rice out there, on our website we offer a large range of rice recipes. Whether it’s white rice, brown rice, sushi rice, basmati rice, cauliflower rice, yellow jasmine rice, or rice pudding, we have you covered. Plus, we provide a handy cooking timetable tool, ensuring precise cooking times for each type of rice, guaranteeing perfect results every time you cook.

Different types of rice
Is a rice cooker really worth it?

Considering a rice cooker for your kitchen? If you frequently cook rice or desire hassle-free meal prep, it’s a game-changer. Modern rice cookers offer versatility beyond rice, with features like steaming vegetables and sauteing. They’re a time-saving convenience, ensuring consistent results without constant supervision, and they’re energy-efficient and easy to clean. If you want to simplify your cooking routine and elevate your meals with perfectly cooked rice and more, a rice cooker is definitely worth the investment.

Is a rice cooker really worth it?
Is a rice cooker really worth it?