The Everything Rice Cooker Cookbook

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Adams Media, Jul 18, 2010 - Cooking - 304 pages
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Think a rice cooker is just for rice? Think again! While it's true that a rice cooker can save time when cooking rice, you can also cook hundreds of dishes in a rice cooker--and author and food blogger Hui Leng Tay can show you how. Inside you'll discover how to cook 300 delicious and versatile meals in your rice cooker, including:

  • Mini Indonesian Potato Cakes
  • Coconut Chicken Soup
  • Seafood Congee
  • Spicy Italian Sausage Pasta
  • Garlic-Infused Glass Noodles with Tiger Shrimp
  • Sweet Corn Pancakes
  • Toasted Pita Pizza

From breakfast porridges to noodle entrees, this cookbook has it all. Whether you're looking for new ways to utilize your trusty ol' rice cooker or experiencing this resourceful appliance for the first time, you will delight in these recipes for Asian favorites, American comfort food, and more!

 

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Hui Leng Tay is the author of the popular food blog called ?Teczcape--an escape to food? (http://teczcape.blogspot.com), which was recently featured in a New York Times article about rice cookers. Her three-year-old blog, which focuses on fresh, innovative cuisine, receives more than 20,000 hits per month. Tay has been concocting delicious meals in her rice cooker for more than ten years and has come to depend on it as one of the most useful (and time-saving) tools in her kitchen. A graduate of Stanford and MIT, Tay is a true believer that with a base knowledge of flavors, the recipe options are endless.

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