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    Rice Cooker Meals

    These are recipes from the rice cooker booklet that I have made and family tested.Also now have added some recipes posted by other Zaar Chefs.

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    set and forget until the smell makes you eat it all up

    Recipe #307019

    Rice cooker recipe from Wolfgang Puck. Remembering that short grain rice is always measured using the cup measure that came with your cooker, this is 3/4 of a regular measure cup.

    Recipe #254086

    We love this recipe! After looking at a few other paprikash recipes I saw that a lot of them had peas in them. So I added about a cup of frozen peas to the recipe and it turned out great! I also skipped the step of browning the chicken and onion and just threw everything in and hit cook. I highly recommend it to those with a rice cooker.

    Recipe #240218

    7 Reviews |  By Bev

    I love this recipe. You can use fresh or frozen peas with this. Using fresh peas, add them at the beginning. If you are using very young and tender fresh peas or frozen- add at the end. You can expect this rice to have the texture and consistency of a creamy risotto. From The Ultimate Rice Cooker Cookbook.

    Recipe #223430

    13 Reviews |  By Bev

    This recipe comes from The Ultimate Rice Cooker Cookbook. I recently tried this recipe with a Crockpot Chicken and it was wonderful. I hope you will love it too!

    Recipe #220533

    My husband loves this rice pilaf. Everytime I make rice he requests it. Hopefull you'll like it too! It takes a little extra preparation than a rice mix, but I think it's well worth it. You can also use wild rice, instead of white rice, but you'll need to add more liquid and it will take longer to cook.

    Recipe #175027

    Easy to make rice like you get at the mexican restaurant. Cooks up in your rice cooker without any fuss, mess or stirring! Haven't tried it- but could be made on the stovetop in a covered pot.

    Recipe #159900

    I got very bored with standing around for 15 or 20 minutes every morning, stirring oatmeal. Wasted time! I kept thinking, "I could be on 'Zaar instead!" Then I came up with this idea, and now I am.

    Recipe #86820

    3 Reviews |  By Tebo

    If you own a rice cooker this is a unique way to prepare a main dish or use this as a side dish. Can also be done on the stove top in about the same time.

    Recipe #12276

    This is from Wolfgang Puck and his Rice Cooker manual.

    Recipe #291461

    Recipe #270800

    Rice cooker recipe from Wolfgang Puck.

    Recipe #254290

    This is a rice cooker recipe.This is from Wolfgang Puck,

    Recipe #254117

    Found this on the forum on rice cookers at HSN.com. You can use the steaming basket at the same time as cooking the potatoes and make hardboiled eggs!

    Recipe #240495

    This is simple, while you are making your salad, slicing the bread, pouring your wine, and setting the table, your meal will be made all in twenty minutes. This does not come out starchy, it cooked exactly right. Give it a try in your rice cooker soon. Please remember the sauce you use should be the one that you like the best. Measure accurately the water, sauce, and the pasta. Do not think heaping is the same as two cups, if you do, then you are risking a starchy saucey result. Also I have used rigatoni and penne always with good result.

    Recipe #231964


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