How long to cook rice in a slow cooker?

Cook rice in a slow cooker in the “Rice” mode for 25 minutes , steam rice in a slow cooker – 30 minutes .

How to cook rice in a slow cooker

You will need – 3 cups of rice, 5 cups of water

1. Rinse rice.
2. Put the washed cereal in a slow cooker.
3. Add boiling water at the rate: for 3 multi-glasses of rice 5 multi-glasses of water.
4. Salt the rice, add oil, put on the “rice” mode, cook until the readiness signal with the multicooker lid closed for 25 minutes, then leave for 10 minutes.
If the multicooker does not have an automatic shutdown program, then cook in the “porridge” or “rice” mode as follows: for 1 glass you need 30 minutes – 10 minutes of heating to a boil and 20 minutes of cooking, for 2 glasses – 40 minutes, for 3 glasses – 50 minutes. In all cases, cook with a tightly closed lid.

How to steam rice in a slow cooker

If a container for steaming rice is included with the multicooker, it is enough to fill it with rice soaked in water for 20 minutes and select the steam cooking mode – steam rice is even more nutritious. Boiling time is extended, typically by 10 minutes, but always taste test to be sure. Some types of multi-cooker baskets have too wide holes for cooking rice, in this case the foil will save, which should be covered with the bottom of the basket, and make holes of small diameter with a knitting needle. Also, make sure that under the rice, in the capacity of the multicooker, the water does not run out during the entire cooking time.

Tasty Facts

Rice in a slow cooker turns out to be very fragrant and evenly cooked, as it is cooked with a hermetically sealed lid.

Before pouring water over the rice, lightly roast it directly in the multicooker container with the addition of a small amount of oil – it will turn out to be especially fragrant and remain crumbly even the next day.

Different manufacturers prescribe their proportions and cooking time. For example, on some multicookers (of any manufacturer, be it Panasonic, Redmond or Polaris – it doesn’t matter) there is no “rice” mode, but there is a “multi-cook” mode,