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Sanyo ECJ-JG10W 5-1/2-Cup Rice Cooker with Induction Heating

Sanyo ECJ-JG10WSanyo ECJ-JG10W Rice Cooker

  • 5-1/2-cup micro-computerized rice cooker with induction heating and variable pressure control
  • LCD clock and 24-hour delay timer; extra-thick nonstick inner pot with copper-coated exterior
  • 1-touch menu and texture options; steam and slow cook functions; auto keep-warm mode
  • Locking device for safe pressure cooking; includes measuring cup, spatula, and manual with recipes
  • Measures approximately 14-7/8 by 10-1/2 by 8-3/4 inches

You can enjoy the benefits of both pressure cooking and induction heating with the new Sanyo ECJ-JG10W fuzzy logic multi-use  rice cooker. Variable Pressure Control Technology creates a rapid movement of rice inside the rice cooker during the cooking process which brings out the delicious taste and flavor of a wide variety of rice and other grains. Induction heating provides quick and efficient heating.

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Sanyo ECJ-M100S 10-Cup Rice Cooker Reviews

Sanyo ECJ-M100S  10-Cup Rice Cooker

Rice, vegetables, soup and more are easily prepared in this versatile Sanyo rice cooker. This stylish stainless steel model is complemented by black accents to present a fashionable look for any kitchen. Prepare meals immediately or use the 15 hour preset timer to have your favorite dish ready when you want it. Multi-menu selections are easy to use and ideal for all types of rice as well as other grains such as millet, oatmeal and quinoa.   You can also even make great soups, steam vegetables and other food  and even make cakes using this rice cooker.

The Sanyo ECJ-M100S fuzzy logic rice cooker makes up to 20 cups of rice, plenty for even the largest family. A thick, 2MM non-stick inner pot creates even heat distribution for optimum cooking results. The reheat function heats rice as hot as when initially cooked and the keep warm function keeps rice warm and delicious after cooking until you’re ready to serve it.  The tight, jar style top along with the steam vent and dew collector monitors the release of steam and moisture to insure food is properly cooked. Prepare healthy dishes using the steaming function and steamer tray.  Also included are a measuring cup, spatula, spatula holder as well as an instruction manual

Sanyo 10 cup rice cooker

Sanyo ECJ-M100S rice cooker

ECJ-M100S Rice Cooker Details

-10-cup micro-computerized rice cooker with Fuzzy Logic technology
-Digital control panel; menu options for rice, steaming, soup, cakes, and more
-15-hour timer; keep-warm mode; reheat function; nonstick inner pot for easy cleanup
-Steam tray, measuring cup, spatula, spatula holder, user manual, and recipes included
-Measures approximately 11 by 10-1/2 by 11 inches

Sanyo ECJ-M100S  Customer Reviews

By T. C. Salazar (Virginia)
After receiving a defective product and having it quidkly replaced by the company, I have come to really enjoy my rice maker. I primarily bought it for its “porridge” setting and have not regretted it. Making old fashioned oat meal has become a breeze, and I now enjoy it six days a week as part of a healthy nutrition plan. Making good rice has also become effortless, and I am now beginning to experiment with variations on the basic recipe. It is also a breeze to clean up after using it. I am happy with my purchase.

By Timothy D. Heitman (Colorado)
I’ve only had the cooker for a few months, but so far it has done an excellent job on everything I’ve used it for. I’ve cooked rice, steamed eggs, veggies and have always had consistent results. So far, so good. I have no reason not to recommend this product, as it has worked very well for me.

By B. Tan (Urbana, IL USA)
I owned two cheap $20 rice cookers from Walmart. When cooking they would spit rice water all over the place (always a nightmare to clean up), and cooked rice would stick to the bottom (so a lot of rice wasted). I bought this unit for a change and I’m very satisfied. The non-stick surface works perfectly; not a single grain of rice clings to the inner surface. The enclosing lid keeps all chemical/physical reactions inside so I don’t need to worry about cleaning the counter-top. The timing functionality comes very useful, as I can set it to start cooking 10 hours later, so it’ll be ready when I get back from work.

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