Hario Rice Cooker Clay Pot with Glass Lid 1-2 Cups
Hario's new unique ceramic rice cooker features a glass lid that cooks rice with ease. Many rice enthusiasts believe that rice made in a clay pot is softer and fluffier than rice made in an electric rice cooker. The base of the rice cooker is made from Banko ware, a type of traditional Japanese pottery from Mie Prefecture. The glass lid allows you to keep an eye on the rice as it cooks. Simply soak the rice and then heat. The handle of the glass lid houses a handy whistle that will signal when the rice is ready. Then turn off the heat and wait. Perfectly delicious rice is ready in minutes.
Body - Heat-resistant ceramic
Lid - Heat-resistant glass
Lid Knob - Polypropylene, silicone rubber
• Dimensions: 8.3" (21cm) x 6.9" (17.4cm) x 7.7" (19.5cm) H
• Loading Capacity: 1~2 Cups uncooked rice (1cup=180ml)
• Made in Japan (Banko ware)
1. Rinse your rice and drain water with strainer. Put rice into the pot and add water following indication line, or add 220 ml water for 1 cup of rice, or 400ml water for 2 cups of rice.
2. Soak rice in water for 30 minutes or about 1 hour during winter.
3. Cook rice over medium heat for about 7- 10 minutes. Adjust the heat if boiling over the pot. Turn off the heat 1 minute after the sound of the whistle is blowing or when you see bubbling inside the pot.
4. Allow the rice to settle about 15 minutes and it's ready to serve!
Other size available
California Proposition 65
WARNING:This product can expose you to chemicals including chloroprene, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer, and lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.