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The following formula is a great place to start: For oatmeal: Combine 1 cup of whole oats or old-fashioned oats with 3/4 cups of water or milk, or 1 cup of steel-cut oats with 2 1/2 cups of water or milk. Add a pinch of salt. Close the lid, and hit the start button. Walk away.

When the cooker beeps, the oatmeal is done! For multi-grain porridge: Combine 1 cup of grains (a combination of oats, quinoa, amaranth, millet, barley, etc.) with 2 1/2 cups of water. Add a pinch of salt, give the mixture a stir, close the lid and hit the start button. Walk away, and, when the cooker beeps, the porridge is done!

How to Cook Steel Cut Oats in a Rice Cooker: 1 part steel cut oats, 3 part milk, 1 Tbsp brown sugar. Cook in the rice cooker using “Porrige (or Congee/Okayu)” setting. Pour the oats and water into your rice cooker. Stir to moisten all of the oats.

If you want to add cinnamon before cooking your oatmeal, now is the time to do it. Put the lid on the rice cooker. Every rice cooker has different cooking settings and options so cooking oatmeal may need a little test but this method is the best way to start. Check this out!

Ingredients: A cup of oatmeal; 2 and a half cup of milk or water; A pinch of salt; Optional fruits and nuts; Method: Combine all the ingredients inside the rice cooker inner pot. 4. How to Cook Beans in a Rice Cooker. Canned beans are super convenient but also high in sodium. If you are eating too much sodium, it will cause you to retain water and feel bloated.

No one wants that. So, for a healthier alternative that will also save you money, you can easily cook beans in a rice cooker. Yes, rice can be easily cooked on the stove, but rice from a rice cooker is definitely superior to boiled rice. Not just that, but rice cookers are quite dynamic.

If you’re looking for better rice and better oatmeal – yes, oatmeal! – a rice cooker is for you. Cooking oatmeal in a rice cooker is a very easy process. Measure 1 cup of large-flake or steel-cut oats into your rice cooker. Add 2 to 4 cups of water, as directed by the manufacturer.

You can substitute milk for all or part of the water, though you’ll increase the risk of the oatmeal sticking or scorching. Step 4. Convenient Cooking Hack: Rice Cooker Oatmeal | Nutrition | MyFitnessPal.

Creamy Breakfast Oatmeal (Rice Cooker) Recipe Food.com Everyone knows that Rice Cookers are convenient and save time, but did you know you can cook almost anything in them? Even Fried Rice. Try this simple, fast delicious recipe that will have you craving for more.

Aroma Rice Cooker Rice Cooker Recipes Cooking Recipes Cooking Rice Oatmeal In Rice Cooker 10 Min Meals Rice On The Stove How To Cook Rice Oatmeal Recipes Why Oatmeal Made in a Rice Cooker Is Awesome The rice cooker has always been one of my favorite appliances.

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This feature also makes preparing steel-cut oats (the most whole grain kind) a snap because you can set up the rice cooker the night before and have steaming oats ready for breakfast.

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The box gives instructions for simply soaking with boiling water, but cooking in the rice cooker makes for an even better, more tender grain.

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Reheat oatmeal either in microwave or in heavybottomed saucepan over medium-low heat; stir often and add hot water to adjust consistency.)

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Spray the oat mixture with butter­flavoured cooking spray until slightly moist, Place the dishes in the oven.

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For our foolproof approach, we brought the liquid (a combination of broth and water) to a boil on the stovetop, stirred in our rice, then transferred the pot to the oven.

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Steam: Place a steamer basket or wire rack in a large pot of water or a rice cooker.

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Maybe adding a small colander or folding metal basket might enable the rice cooker to work as a steamer, too.

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You can cook and freeze rice in plastic containers for quick use or to throw in your survival kit (discussed in Chapter 14).

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Reduce the heat to very low, cover (with the lid placed slightly ajar, so the oatmeal doesn’t boil over), and cook gently for 25 to 3o minutes, or until the oatmeal is tender.

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  • Huh. I have a bag of steel cut oats that aren’t suited to overnight oats (triedit was a disaster), but they might work in a rice cooker. Great idea!

  • I love this idea. I just got a rice cooker and I would love to make some oats in it. I was just wondering if it is possible to replace the 1,5 cup of water with milk. I always make oats with just milk and no sugar on the stove do you think that that is possible with a rice cooker or do you need the water in the rice cooker?:)

  • I have a little 6 cup Aroma rice cooker and it has cook and warm. That is it and I make spectacular porridge! I just keep an eye on it.

  • Delayed timer… you stick the water and oats in the oats will absorb all the water and it won’t cook correctly… DOESN”T WORK!

  • She said it would take 45 minutes to an hour to cook one cup of oatmeal that’s not convenient for me that’s like three times longer than it should take I can cook oatmeal on the stove in 7 and 1/2 minutes from a rolling boil so no I won’t be cooking it in a rice cooker and what the hell is this $600 singing rice cooker with porridge mode crap? Seems like it takes three times as long and five times as much money to cook so no thank you

  • How about making malt-o-meal in a rice cooker? I’m doing away with my oven and stove. If I can use a rice cooker instead of microwave that would be great

  • Rice cooker oatmeal tastes like old fashioned that’s been cooked for hours, so creamy! I add canned pumpkin to mine, it’s a good nutrition boost plus it’s delicious.

  • Miss Wong, your rice cooker is fancy dancy! I don’t have a porridge mode on mine, I’m a poor person; how do I do it on single setting? LOL

  • I don’t have a rice cooker or a stove (bachelor). I have a food steamer, can I throw the oats in the rice bowl that came with the steamer and cook it? If yes, roughly how many minutes should I leave it given that it’s 1 cup oats and 3 cups of water

  • if you want oatmeal, put boiling water into a bowl of oats…….mix, eat, this way it wont take you 45 minutes!!!!!! if you want congee you may want a rice cooker because it can take over an hour to cook on a stove simmering water….oats dont, so why use the cooker at all?

  • I don’t have a porridge mode, I wonder if I cook it normally or let it sit overnight so the oats can soak the water. I’ll try the 1:3 ratio

  • Hi Angel I’ll make mine the same as yours, but when in the plate I’ll add milk to it. That’s the way we Scots make our porridge. Cheers for the recipe, & new subscriber

  • Just came home with my new Zojirushi Rice Cooker! Can’t wait to try your Steel Cut Oatmeal Recipe. I will set the timer and wake up to a wonderful smell of oatmeal. Excited.

  • If a rice cooker doesn’t have the porridge mode, will oatmeal still be able to turn out like that in a standard old-school rice cooker?

  • My rice cooker came with a recipe for porridge, but says I have to open and stir it. It also has a slow cooker setting, so I am going to try this on the low slow cooker setting. I usually add apple, cinnamon and walnuts, then top with a little maple syrup.

  • hi Angel! I’m making oatmeal in the rice cooker too and on top I’m steaming 1 apple…mmm!!! My rice cooker is not as cool as yours though.

  • Porridge isn’t another word for Congee, congee is a type of porridge made from rice. Porridge, just means any kinda thick dish made from boiled grains. Whether it’s boiled rice(congee), boiled oats(in Scotland, where it comes from, we call this porridge, but Americans call it oatmeal, but Scottish oatmeal is traditionally salty as adding sugar is seen as a symbol of oppression of the Scottish peoples), or even things like grits(American porridge made with corn grain) are all porridge.

  • After using this rice cooker for about a month now, >>> ur2.pl/1063 I am amazed by how fast and convenient it is. When cooking rice in the flash rice option, it only takes around 20-30 minutes, and the quality of the cooked rice is good. Overall, I’m satisfied with this product and I would recommend buying it.?

  • Awesome little rice cooker.>>> t.co/kthEssjwPB Cooks rice fast and nice and it’s super easy to clean out. It has a nice simple digital display and settings for white and brown rice. Also the keep warm setting is nice when it’s done cooking and you have other things to do at the moment.?

  • Are you guys sure that you are not cooking whole rolled oats instead of steel cut oatmeal? The proportions of water and the cooking time makes me wonder. But that said, we often do this with whole rolled oats and it is always perfect. Great video.

  • Awesome little rice cooker.>>> t.co/kthEssjwPB Cooks rice fast and nice and it’s super easy to clean out. It has a nice simple digital display and settings for white and brown rice. Also the keep warm setting is nice when it’s done cooking and you have other things to do at the moment.

  • I cook everything in my rice cooker lol Reheat soups and curries, heat up canned soups, oatmeal. Most things that I would boil in water on the stove I can do in my rice pot… or if not, then my instant pot:)

  • Haha, whenever I hear the mechanical Twinkle Twinkle and Amaryllis, I think of oatmeal because every night I put my steel-cut oats in my rice cooker and set the timer for the morning. It’s so easy and so yummy:) The smell of the oatmeal wakes me up and then I get up when I hearAmaryllis (the song that plays when cooking is done). It’s a very cozy, comfy way to wake up.

  • I am not okay with sugar free so you could at least put honey. My cooker has 45 minutes programmed for porridge but I use 15 minutes only with less water (I add milk too) and that’s very ok for me.

  • Gah I want one of these cookers so bad! they’re a perfect size for one person!
    If any of you know websites that have them and ship to NZ, please let me know:)

  • Although my son and I love rice I don’t have a rice cooker. I prefer cooking it on the stove top because the bottom is never burnt that way like at my mother’s since she does use a rice cooker. I might try it once I get a VitaClay cooker. I hear even white rice tastes better cooked in clay. Not really planning to buy things like that until after we move to our own property so it will be one less thing to pack and move. I like to make a big batch with extra fixings as I like to add fruit and nuts. Then I’ll reheat a portion of it when I’m ready to eat. Alternatively you can pack it tight and store in the fridge and then when your ready to eat slice it and pan fry it in butter. Learned that from The Boss of the Swamp. It’s like dessert that way especially if you add maple syrup or honey on top. I do best though if I limit grains though so I mainly just have my protein and vegetables.

  • I used this recipe to make oat bran. I used milk instead of water and added bananas and blueberries. My oat bran needed a little more time. I’m not sure if was due to the texture or the fact that I didn’t stir enough prior to starting the zest. It was very creamy. Thanks for the guide.

  • Hi I have just ordered the zest but I have to wait for it to be delivered cause I am over seas and I thought I would let you know that I was looking on amazon and they have a cookbook for kindle and paperback if this helps.. I have enjoyed watching and can’t wait to start cooking

  • What is the cleaning process for the pot after you make the oatmeal? Like is it really messy and takes a while to clean or is it a simple scrub with soap and water then dry?

  • These Banana Oatmeal Cookies are great for breakfast or as a snack any time. So, don’t wait! Just make them! Use Sugar free or Vegan chocolate chips to meet your dietary need.

  • But the real funny thing is that Vince does everything on the floor xD. I mean imagine a guy cooking oatmeal on the floor, just sitting there without any kind of chair.

  • Love this video. Like to see the other sides of you man <3 loved your bboying tutorials been watching you since 2014. And now this <3 just love it.

  • Looks like a fucking gourmet meal to me! Looks hella healthy and cheap! Maybe add some more fresh and/or dried fruit to it to make it even tastier and add more nutrition. The netflix documentary Forks over Knives is also great for this kind of eating. I healed my inflamed knees this way and can now dance again after a several years break.