rice cooker recipes
I have an older model Wolfgang Puck Bistro Collection 10 cup rice cooker with recipes which I used for the first time last week to steam vegetables! Some call for using the measuring cup that came with it (especially for rice) calling it a ‘measure’, while other recipes use cup measurements. So I’m a little confused. Any suggestions? One pasta recipe calls for 1 1/2 cups of dry pasta, 2 cups liquid, 1 cup pasta sauce.
Thank you all for your responses! Helps me greatly..
I never use the little cup that came with my rice cooker; always use a regular measuring cup. Wolfgang Puck said that you just need to remember 1 cup liquid to 1 cup dry ingredients. So far that has worked for me and I use my rice cooker ever few days. Love it!
For every cup of dry ingredients (rice, pasta, etc.) use enough liquid to reach the corresponding number on the cooking ccontainer. Don’t worry if you use too much liquid. The 10 cup rice cooker is pretty goof proof.
It doesn’t make any difference. Whichever one you use, the proportions will be the same.
Hello , you’ll be safe to follow the recipe for the rice. I had the same dilemma using my rice cooker at first and successfully landed on following the recipe for the rice and using my standard measuring cup..
Posted in Kitchen & Food
02.25.16 10:50 PM