Rice cookers are such amazing stuffs, they just don't cook delicious rice every time you press the button they also keep the rice after you have prepared it. They are handy for your kitchen and the dorm room as well. If you have got frozen beans vegetables or even smaller cuts of meat, rice cooler will handle them absolutely. But on the other hand, have you ever taken your time and wondered how a rice cooker works out its wonders? Well, the answer is not wonders, its science. Now let's take a partial view of how and why the rice cookers perform so well.
It all starts with how it is made. There is an outer container, which is actually the part of the cooker which gets the work done. This amazing part comes fully equipped with a small heating device, a control system and a temperature sensor. In the most affordable (Inexpensive) rice cookers, the control system usually consist of a little single button switch, but if you choose to upgrade to a more costly (expensive) model, you will get all the settings for other kinds of rice as well as other style of dishes.
Inside the container, there is a metal pot with enamel coating or non stick which holds the water and the rice. A perfect made pot must fit snugly inside the container. There is a little top that is attached to it which contains the steam in. most of the times, the top is usually attached to the pot, although more often than it attaches disjointedly.
When you are ready to cook, and you turn the switch to the 'on' position, the heating device will automatically spring into action. slowly turning the water inside up to a boiling mode. Once it starts, the temperature will destabilize the rice will begin to absorb the water inside. Now here is the best thing. Once the boiling water has cooled down, the heating elements will start working again. This means that the temperature of the food will begin to rise slowly. Once it goes just a single temperature above the maximum boiling point, the sensor will send a message directly to the cooking elements and the rice cooker will turn off.
This will keep the rice perfectly cooked. Majority of rice cookers do have warming settings, therefore, instead of entirely keeping the rice off, it will cut the heating element down to a low setting. That will keep the rice warm for sometimes hence it will keep off the bacteria from growing on it. Since bacteria can form on the rice in a period of less than thirty minutes, it will eventually become a health hazard if it stays in the open for quite sometimes.
Finally, real expensive rice cookers will come with something little called “a fuzzy Iogic” Rice cookers like this can offer more heat when there is more water and less if there is less water. Now this means that if you have exact measurements, you are still going to have fluffy and amazing rice.