Best rice cooker?
- IndyGirl Feb 18, 2012 02:27 PM
I'm interested in a rice cooker that does NOT feature teflon... but I don't want to spend $200 either if I can help it!
We have some older National Panasonic rice cookers with bare aluminum pots and they work great. No real keep warm feature. The current one in use is a Zojirushi, induction. The pot is coated. After a little over two years, no peeling or scratches. We always use a bamboo or plastic rice paddle. It does have a very good keep warm feature. Purchased from an on line company called Very Asia.
I responded to another thread with a similar request. The two I recommend (from experience) is the Miracle rice cooker or the Oyama. Both have stainless steel inserts - not teflon. I know the Miracle was on Amazon. The Oyama came from a different place. They were not that expensive - I think I paid around $60. They are very easy to clean........
I just checked Amazon and they sell both the Miracle and the Oyama. I use the Miracle mostly. The price ranges from $65 to $80 or so. Plenty of reviews for you to look at.
There are many that are below $200. I agree with Terret that Zojirush, Tiger, and Panasonic are great brands. Aroma is another rice cooker I would recommend also. They all have difference sizes, features, and price range. You just have to research which one fits your cooking needs.
Found this article for you which compares a few of these rice cookers: