Oster® 6-Cup Rice Cooker
Oster® 6-Cup Rice Cooker
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Cook rice to the perfect consistency every time with the Oster® 6-Cup Rice Cooker.
- Dimensions: 11"L x 8"W x 10"H
- Cord length: 28"
- Watts: 300W
For perfectly cooked rice in just one touch. Whether rice is the shining star of your meal or an accompaniment to scampi or stir-fry, you can serve it with confidence knowing it's cooked to the perfect consistency. This one-touch manual rice cooker is designed with automatic keep warm setting and auto shut-off. With the Oster® brand, you can cook with passion and serve with pleasure.
- 6-cup capacity (cooked rice)
- One-touch operation
- Removable, non-stick inner pot
- Tempered glass lid with steam vent
- Automatic keep warm and auto shut-off
- Includes steaming tray, measuring cup and ladle
Oster® 6-Cup Rice Cooker is rated out of 5 by 20.
Rated 3 out of 5 by jly8457 from too fast and too hot The heating element on this cooker is too hot in relationship to the cheap, thin pot. This allows the rice to scorch and burn on the bottom, even if I add extra water. I have used other rice cookers and this one is not the best, by far.
Date published: 2014-05-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by craig k from Mine worked great After reading the reviews, I was worried I had made a bad purchase but when I used the cooker it worked great. I did take Jeane's advice and unplugged it when it clicked to warm and there was no browned or burnt rice. It was all a nice consistency. Don't know why mine was different than the others.
Date published: 2016-02-23
Rated 2 out of 5 by elsita from the rice stick to the bottom I bought this 5 days ago, and I try using with more water, less water, more oil, no oil, and I get the same results, I bought it for my grandson who is 17, thinking that it was going to help him, but it was the contrary, I am returning it to the store
Date published: 2015-01-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by jeane from Great Little Cooker! My first rice cooker, bought on sale over a year ago. At first it seemed flimsy but I have treated it with care & is quite sturdy. I wash it by hand, don't use metal utensils, & press "cook" button gently. I learned to place lid on pot to weigh down so button would stay on "cook" & not go to "warm" setting. By doing so I have been able to brown meat/chicken before adding veggies & liquids and/or raw pasta or rice (variety of one pot meals). Besides rice & using guidelines from recipes on Internet, I have made stews, fried rice, braised meat/chicken with steamed potatoes or veggies, & rice pudding; have yet to make cakes, boiled eggs, frittatas, oatmeal. Trick so cooked rice won't brown on bottom is to unplug cooker when button clicks on "warm" & let rice sit in pot with lid on for about 15-20 minutes. Cleanup is a breeze, chances of boil overs are practically zero, & economy of electricity and use of multiple pans. It's for single person to three people. I never put it away, always next to my stove. "Cook's Country" TV show/website recommends it.
Date published: 2015-07-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by Roxanne from Excellent cooker. I bought this cooker 2 years ago. It has served me well. I think those who don't like it need to remember to put enough water in it. It nice to put the rice on and not worry about any longer. Love this appliance!
Date published: 2015-06-23
Rated 3 out of 5 by Hannumk from It is worth the price I bought this to set rice going while I am working and not have to watch it. It does run a little hot. I adjusted by ignoring the unit's instructions and returning to a 2 to 1 ratio of rice and liquid, I do like my rice a little on the soft side. It does fine for warming for about an hour maybe 2, much over that the rice dries out.
Date published: 2015-12-02
Rated 1 out of 5 by Anil from terrible. do not purchase Worst rice cooker ever. I agree with the reviews below. It burns the rice every time--causing the rice to stick to the bottom. As a result, I have to scrub the inner bowl in order to clean off all the rice stuck to it, which just worsens the problem, as the "non stick" material scrubs off. I guess you get what you pay for--can't wait to get a different one from a different company.
Date published: 2015-05-30
Rated 1 out of 5 by peters from Oster Rice Burner This was a gift to us. It is worse than useless. The rice burns and sticks to the bottom. It is not fluffy and you have no control over the machine. If you let it complete its cycle, burned rice is guaranteed. It has never made a decent pot of rice. I see from other reviews that others have the same problem.
Date published: 2015-03-22