Aroma Rice Cooker and Some of My Dinner Making Gadgets

Written by Diana - May 17, 2009 1 Comment

Things have been really hectic here.  After the Biggest Loser/ Jennie-O contest, things seem to go weird – I lost some posts and it turned out to be something wrong with the automatic tweet feature.  Then we have had track meets, to keep us really busy (my son’s relay team set the 4 X 400 meet record time for the SVC) and out of the kitchen.  Today’s dinner was a very gadget oriented meal.  I have some gadgets I’m enjoying using and they did make dinner easier for me – thank you gadgets.  Besides being gadget oriented, it was delicious and pretty darn nutritious and probably low fat (but I can’t guarantee that).

I made the rice with a rice cooker – following the directions correctly and it came out perfect.  I grilled the tuna on my grill pan on the stove (less calories that way?), I made some honey mustard vinaigrette with a Black and Decker Gizmo and spinned the water out of my chard with the Spin and Stor.

 

          Professional Series 10-Cup Sensor Logic™ Rice Cooker

    • Prepares up to 20 cups of rice and keeps it warm for up to 12 hours
    • Steams vegetables and cooks rice simultaneously, makes soups and stews
    • Easy-to-use digital control panel with multiple features: White Rice, Brown Rice, Quick Rice, Smart Steam and 15-Hour Delay Timer
    • Sensor Logic™ technology self-adjusts for consistent, restaurant-quality results
    • Water reservoir channels away excess condensation
    • Includes recipe booklet, measuring cup, steam tray and serving spatula

      

 

 

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  1. [...] Aroma Rice Cooker – I never thought I’d care if I had one of these since I made perfect rice(most of the time) without it. However, I found I could have perfect rice every time if I used the rice cooker.  My friend said he read about making steel cut oats with a rice cooker.  I might just try that one out. [...]

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