How To Cook Rice: 5 Cookers You Need If You Eat Rice Daily

From handi to electric cookers to the classic pressure cookers, there are a lot of cookers for you to select from.

How To Cook Rice: 5 Cookers You Need If You Eat Rice Daily

While pressure cookers can be used for plenty of uses, the first obvious use that comes to our mind is for cooking rice. Rice is one of the staple foods of the country and is made almost every day in majority of the homes. And while we have evolved with time, so has our rice cooking habits. If our great grandparents believed in preparing rice in a laboursome handi, we like to cook it in a fuss-free electric cooker. No matter your choice of rice cooking techniques, there are some essential cookers that you should always have in hand if you eat rice daily. From handi to electric cookers to the classic pressure cookers, there are a lot of cookers for you to select from. Confused which one you should invest in next? Take a look at this list.

5 Rice Cookers You Need If You Eat Rice Daily

1. Pressure Cooker:

The classic pressure cooker has been our trusted rice cooking method since time immemorial. This Hawkins hard anodised aluminum pressure cooker is one of the best options available. The hard anodised body comes with stainless steel lid that does not corrode or react with food. The black body heats faster, the curved body is ideal for easy stirring. It is dishwasher safe and will stay looking new for years.

2. Electric Pressure Cooker:

Electric pressure cookers are the advanced and digital versions of the classic pressure cookers. They have programmable intelligent cooking that manages temperature, heat, time, and pressure. They also come with the circumvent cooking process which preserves rich nutritional quotient from pulses, grains, vegetables with cooking. This Geek robocook electric pressure cooker is improvised with 7 safety guards and preset menus controlled by advanced microchips that ensure utmost safety.

3. All-in-one Cooker:

Gone are the days when you needed a separate cookware for individual cooking, today you can find one utensil and can use it for different purposes. This Stovekraft all-in-one super cooker for example can be used both as a pressure cooker and a traditional handi cooker. The pressure-cooking lid is made of food grade stainless steel considering hygiene, durability, ease of maintenance and décor. The unique pair of user-friendly short handles on either side are made of Bakelite. The cooker is both induction and gas stove compatible and metal spoon friendly.

4. Cooking Pot:

A cooking pot to this day is used by many families to prepare rice, although the technique might seem a little time-consuming, it is believed to be healthy and good for digestion. This Meqstore stainless steel pot set is made of 100% food grade material that makes it most suitable for boiling. The food remains fresh and retains the taste given its quality. It is very easy to clean and maintain, it is dishwasher safe or can be cleaned manually too. It's suitable for all kinds of cooking, whether induction, gas, electric or ceramic cooktop.

5. Handi:

A handi is another cookware usually used for cooking rice or rice-based dishes like pulao or biryani. This Prestige non-stick handi comes with new and improved coating that ensures durability and poses no harm to food. All in all, it is a smart cookware for a smart kitchen. This cookware comes with a lid which helps in fast cooking and capacity of this handi is 4 litres. The cookware is designed with scratch and abrasion resistant technology making it extremely durable.

There you have it, try these 5 rice cookers and let us know which one you liked the most.