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Salton RA3A 3-Cup Rice Cooker

15 June 2009 No Comment


If you are looking for a cheap, affordable and decent 3-Cup rice cooker, then you should consider the Salton RA3A 3 Cup Rice Cooker.

This rice cooker is small and cooks rice perfectly. It is not the best on the market, but it is very popular. This is mainly due to its cheap price and the ability to create perfect rice. If you have problems cooking a pot of rice, then you should consider this Salton 3 Cup Rice cooker. There is no longer the need to guess if the rice is finished or if it needs to be on the stove some more. This machine cooks rice and it cooks it perfectly.

The Salton Rice Cooker is able to cook 3 cups of dry rice without any problems. Included in the set are a measuring cup, a removable tray that can be used to steam vegetables and seafood and also a plastic spatula. When cooking the Salton rice cooker will have a glass lid, which will allow you to see the cooking process of the rice. It also comes with handles, which means you can move it safely without being worried about getting scorched.

This is a small appliance which will fit perfectly in the kitchen. It is small, but it is still big enough to create enough rice for a full meal. This machine has the ability to cook both white and brown rice. It uses 300-watts of electricity per hour and the end result is 6 cups of cooked rice that will not stick to the pot or have any burning to it.

Salton 3 Cup Rice Cooker Features

  • Has the ability to cook up to 3 cups of dry rice
  • The rice cooker can also be used to steam vegetables and seafood
  • Comes with a spatula and measuring cup
  • Power usage of 300 watts
  • Uses 300 watts of power
  • 8 inches high to knob of see-through glass lid
  • 9-1/2 inches in diameter, including stay-cool handles

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