Panasonic Rice Cooker India Review


Tradition of cooking rice in India:
Rice needs only water to cook. some cultures (like Indian) insist on a 1:2 ratio i.e. 1 cup of rice needs 2 cups of water, yet others use differing ratios depending on the consistency they want.

When not using a pressure cooker or a rice cooker, there is always a chance that residual water still remains in the vessel and does not boil away, known as ganji in Telugu, kanji in Tamizh and so on.  Congee. So the trick is to know whether your rice has boiled till where you want it, and then drain away the remaining water. That is all there is to it.

Rice Cooking technology in India:
A rice cooker or rice steamer is an automated kitchen appliance designed to boil or steam rice. It consists of a heat source, a cooking bowl, and a thermostat.

The thermostat measures the temperature of the cooking bowl and controls the heat. Complex rice cookers may have many more sensors and other components, and may be multipurpose.Panasonic rice cooker India have managed to establish a place in the kitchens of India by gaining the trust of the customers.


Panasonic Rice Cooker


While Here are some of the leading rice cookers in India
1. Panasonic
2. Bajaj
3  Pigeon
4. Prestige
6. Premier
7. Havells
8. Glen

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