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Hamilton Beach 30-Cup Rice Cooker - Black

Item# 210-80014057-AF | Model# 80014057 | Added on August 12, 2016 |
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Hamilton Beach 30-Cup Rice Cooker - Black
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Hamilton Beach Rice Cooker Make mounds of delicious, fluffy rice with minimal effort. Making rice and whole grains in the Hamilton Beach Rice Cooker is as easy as placing the ingredients in the nonstick bowl and turning it on. The rice will cook perfectly on its own, giving you time to prepare the rest of your meal. There’s no need to worry about boiling water, adjusting the temperature or even setting a timer - it will automatically shift to warm once the cook cycle is complete. And with a 30 cup cooked rice capacity, you’ll have enough to feed a crowd. The included steamer basket is ideal for steaming meats, seafood and vegetables while your rice is cooking. And the removable basket divider lets you prepare an entire meal by steaming two different foods at once. Clean up is a snap with the dishwasher safe nonstick cooking bowl and glass lid. Key Features: • Versatile - cooks rice from all over the world • Cooks up to 30 cups of every kind of rice (15 cups uncooked) • Automatically cooks rice, then shifts to warm • Steaming basket with removable divider lets you steam 2 different foods at the same time • Dishwasher safe - nonstick bowl and glass lid • Accessories included - steaming basket, with removable divider, rice paddle and measuring cup Steam Multiple Foods at Once Make dinner in one cooking cycle. Steam seafood, poultry or vegetables in the steam basket while the rice cooks, or steam them on their own. A removable divider lets you cook two different types of food at ... read more
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