Aroma Simply Stainless 6-Cup (Cooked) (3-Cup UNCOOKED) Rice Cooker, Stainless Steel Inner Pot (ARC-753SG) Review

Aroma Simply Stainless 3-Cup(Uncooked) 6-Cup (Cooked) Rice Cooker, White

  • Perfectly prepares 2 to 6 cups of any variety of cooked rice
  • 100% surgical-grade 304 stainless steel cooking pot
  • Simple, one-touch operation with automatic Keep-Warm
  • Great for soups, jambalaya, chili and so much more!
  • Easy-to-clean, removable inner pot
  • Includes Rice Measuring Cup and Serving Spatula
Enjoy easy home cooking with the Aroma Simply Stainless 6-Cup (Cooked) Rice Cooker. Restaurant-quality rice. Healthy steamed meals. Delicious one-pot dishes. Prepare all this and more at the flip of a switch! Aroma takes the "cook" out of home cooking - turning kitchen time into your time! Help the kids with homework, get creative at play time or pick up that novel you've been waiting to dive into. All while delivering hot, hearty and healthy meals the entire family will love. This convenient

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3 Comments on “Aroma Simply Stainless 6-Cup (Cooked) (3-Cup UNCOOKED) Rice Cooker, Stainless Steel Inner Pot (ARC-753SG) Review
  1. 464 of 470 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great for small amounts, August 6, 2012
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    This review is from: Aroma Simply Stainless 6-Cup (Cooked) (3-Cup UNCOOKED) Rice Cooker, Stainless Steel Inner Pot (ARC-753SG) (Kitchen)
    I’d been using the Aroma 6 cups (cooked, 3 cups uncooked) rice cooker with the non stick (aluminum) interior for years and have loved it. Rice never stuck to bottom, even if I just made 1 cup of uncooked rice. I replaced that one with this stainless steel inner pot Aroma model and it does a fabulous job. I’ve only used it once and the rice was perfect, but since there are so few reviews, I wanted to add mine for you as soon as possible. I made 2 cups (uncooked) brown basmati rice, according to the directions.

    Since many users comment about rice sticking to the bottom of their rice cookers, this is the method that I’ve been using for years. First, I rinse the rice (in my new Japanese rice washing bowl–OK the bowl is new). I pour a very small amount of olive oil on the bottom of the inner pot and use my fingers to get it to cover the entire bottom. Add rice, then water, then cook.

    This is the part that I think keeps it from not sticking–when the button moves from the cooking to the keep warm position (you can hear it pop), I remove the inner pot with lid on and let it finish off the heat. After about 15 minutes, I fluff the rice with the included paddle (previously I had used a fork) and the rice is perfect.

    For grains, white rice, and brown rice, there is an instruction booklet for grains to water ratio. For white rice, you can also add the measured rice (they provide a rice measuring “cup,” which is ¾ standard cup) into the inner pot then fill with water to the inner pot markings for 1, 2, or 3 cups.

    Stainless steel is a good weight. Doesn’t take up much space. Rice was PERFECT–did not stick or burn. Bamboo paddle, rice measuring cup, and instruction booklet are included. Excellent product and does great job.

    ***Update. I’ve now used this at least a half a dozen times for brown rice, quinoa, and buckwheat (whole kasha) and it’s performed as well as the first time I used it. I’m very happy with this cooker.

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  2. 196 of 202 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Too small — brown rice takes more water, October 25, 2012
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    This review is from: Aroma Simply Stainless 6-Cup (Cooked) (3-Cup UNCOOKED) Rice Cooker, Stainless Steel Inner Pot (ARC-753SG) (Kitchen)
    I returned product (6-cup cooked) and got the next larger size (14-cup cooked). I knew by other reviews that “cup” meant 6 oz and not the usual 8 oz, but I did not know that brown rice takes a lot more water. Manual warns not to place more than 2 cups (12 oz, not 16 oz) of brown rice into appliance; or 3 cups of white rice. This rice cooker can cook only 12 oz of uncooked brown rice; this will make 24 oz of cooked rice [4 cups (using 6 oz cup measure) or 3 cups (using 8 oz cup measure)].

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  3. 158 of 165 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Good quality but smaller than advertised, August 6, 2012
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    This review is from: Aroma Simply Stainless 6-Cup (Cooked) (3-Cup UNCOOKED) Rice Cooker, Stainless Steel Inner Pot (ARC-753SG) (Kitchen)
    This is one sweet little rice cooker. However, when they say it holds six cups of cooked rice, they are NOT talking about six standard-measure 8-ounce cups. They must be talking about six of the 6-ounce ‘cups’ that came with the cooker. That said, I love the little thing. The stainless pot is well made, solid, and not at all cheap or flimsy. Ditto for the lid. The handles are attached with screws instead of rivets. The electric cord is 30 inches long. It is perfect for cooking one or two (standard size!) cups of rice, millet, or quinoa.

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