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2.8L Rice Cooker with Steamer Rice Cooker Geepas | For you. For life.
2.8L Electric Non-Stick Rice Cooker and Steamer
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2.2L Rice Cooker with Steamer Geepas | For you. For life.
2.2L White Electric Rice Cooker With Steamer
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4.2L Stainless Steel Electric Rice Cooker and Steamer
4.2L Stainless Steel Electric Rice Cooker and Steamer
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3-In-1 'Smart Steam' Rice Cooker and Steamer 0.6L
3-In-1 'Smart Steam' Rice Cooker and Steamer 0.6L
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8L Stainless Steel Automatic Rice Cooker and Steamer
8L Stainless Steel Automatic Rice Cooker and Steamer
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White Mini Electric Rice Cooker and Steamer 0.6L
White Mini Electric Rice Cooker and Steamer 0.6L
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3-In-1 Rice Cooker and Steamer 1L
3-In-1 Rice Cooker and Steamer 1L
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1.8L Rice Cooker with Steamer Rice Cooker Geepas | For you. For life.
Rice Cooker 1.8L
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1.5L Rice Cooker with Steamer Rice Cooker Geepas | For you. For life.

FAQs

The rice-to-water ratio varies based on the type of rice you're cooking. As a general rule, for white rice, the ratio is usually 1:2 (1 cup rice to 2 cups water), while for brown rice, it is often 1:2.5.

Many rice cookers come with a steaming tray on top of the rice cooker, allowing you to steam vegetables, fish, dumplings, and other foods while your rice below is cooking.

The cooking time depends on the type of rice and the specific rice cooker model. On average, white rice takes about 15-20 minutes, while brown rice may take around 45-50 minutes.

Rice cookers work by using an electric heating element to bring the water in the pot to a boil, then switching to a simmer once the rice reaches a certain temperature. This ensures perfectly cooked rice without overcooking or burning.

Yes, rice cookers are versatile and can be used for various types of rice, including white rice, brown rice, basmati rice, jasmine rice, and more. Some advanced models even have specific settings for different types of rice.